Animal Rescue based in north west Kent Registered Charity No. 1098252
At the Anim-Mates private sanctuary in Ash, Kent, we care for 100+ animals who are all permanent residents.
There are cats, dogs, rabbits, goats, sheep, poultry and ponies. Most are elderly, infirm or have special care needs.
Like any charity, we can only carry on our much-needed work with public support, through donations and voluntary help.
Whenever you use the features below, the firms give a donation to Anim-Mates which helps us to meet the costs of rescuing, caring for and rehoming many unwanted animals
Rescued animals, including cats, rabbits and guinea pigs, are cared for in the homes of fosterers, while we seek new owners for them.
To help decrease the feral cat population in the Medway area, we trap the cats, have them neutered and then return them to their colony. Very young feral kittens are often domesticated by our fosterers and then found homes.
PETS AT HOMEhas a free VIP club card for their customers. You can pick one up at any Pets at Home store or online From here.
Every time your club card is swiped at the till Anim-Matescan benefit - as long as you nominate us as your chosen charity.
We have recently rescued Herbert, a timid gentle boy who has been living rough for a number of years. He is currently being assessed and treated for cat flu. Once Herbert has recovered, he will be looking for a calm indoor home as an only cat.
Rescued kittens and cats are lovingly cared for in foster homes
Typical days for the animals at our sanctuary
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When we found him, feral Snowy had lost an upper canine tooth and had a wound in his front paw. He also had entropion, where the eye lids are folded inwards and cause great discomfort as the eye lashes rub against the cornea.
Snowy has had both eye lids surgically corrected. We also got him neutered, microchipped and flea and worm treated.
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Your UNWANTED can help our UNWANTED
please call Lisa 01634 578258 or 07796 368243
Your unwanted presents can help give a new life to the unwanted animals who come into our care