Many thanks to all our supporters who give their time and energy to raising money for our Charity. We are extremely grateful for their hard efforts and realise that, without their help, we would find it very difficult to carry out our valuable work at our rescue centre in Earlston.
To try to relieve the suffering of animals in the Scottish Borders who come into our care.
Borders Animal Welfare Association take in dogs, cats, and small animals that are no longer able to be cared for in their present home for whatever reason. We receive no funding from any local authority and rely totally on donations from the public to fund our work.
We have successfully rehomed hundreds of animals within the Scottish Borders and even further field. We employ staff trained in both dog and cat care with experience in the assessment of both the health and training needs of the animals. We provide training to all the dogs coming into our care to ensure they are rehomed as soon as possible and with the best possible chance of success.
K I T T E N S
We have some kittens looking for new homes between 12 and 16 weeks. If you would like to give one or two of them a loving home please get in touch.
CATS IN PAIN
Would you be able to recognise if your cat is in pain?
It seems that 75% of us cannot recognise the signs that our cat might be in pain.
Launched by feline charity FAB through its fabcats website, and supported by Vetmedica, the animal health division of Boehringer Ingelheim, a campaign has been launched in response to this new research that involved 3,000 cats. Click on this link for more details: http://www.spotcatpain.co.uk
You can help us by buying your Christmas presents online by clicking here………… www.easyfundraising.org.uk
You can buy from hundreds of well known stores who will give us a small donation.
Please help us help more animals