Email:  info@anim-mates.org.uk            Tel:  Cats: 07808 625519   Admin: 07743 331397

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 Anim-Mates

Animal Rescue based in north west Kent
Registered Charity No. 1098252

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Animal Sanctuary

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

Outreach programme

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 HOME has 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-Mates can benefit - as long as you nominate us as your chosen charity.    



 Office:  Anim-Mates • Olivers Farm • Ash •  Kent • TN15 7HF

Latest news

Updated 24 January 2017

Rescued kittens and cats are lovingly cared for in foster homes

Welcome to Anim-Mates

Quick-click  photos  to see animals  needing  homes

Pets at Home

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 Patron Jenny Seagrove

Give as you Live

Cat missing

Anim-Mates mascot

Anim-Mates, which is run entirely by volunteers, has a no-kill policy

Stop
unwanted kittens being born

For full size
Click HERE
Willy Wonka,who was rescued 14 years ago, was born with deformed legs.

We were advised at the time that Willy should be put to sleep, instead he became our mascot, and for 14 years has proved everyone wrong who thought he didn’t deserve a chance in life.

MORE…


Willy has just recovered from an extensive dental operation having had six teeth removed.


If you wish to donate towards Willy Wonka's dental treatment

Cats

Latest Newsletter

Cats Become a Friend Lost and Found Cats

Have you seen Oscar who is missing from his Gravesend home? Click photo for details.

More news >

Click the cat above to read or download the Anim-Mates Winter Newsletter

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 Latest press report


Medway Messenger

Click above to read

Cats

Found and back home