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Uckfield, East Sussex, UK About Blog At International Animal Rescue we save & protect animals from suffering around the world. Our work includes cutting free & caring for dancing bears in India, rescuing primates from captivity in Indonesia & sterilising and vaccinating stray dogs & cats in developing countries. Wherever possible we return rescued animals to their natural environment but we also provide a permanent home for animals.
Frequency about 1 post per week.
Since Jul 1999
Also in Animal Rescue Blogs
Facebook fans 388,349. Twitter followers 20,751.
Dorset & Devon About Blog Established in 1965, Margaret Green Animal Rescue is the oldest and largest animal rescue charity founded in Dorset. Every year we cares for over 1,200 animals, many of which have been abandoned, unwanted and ill-treated, and rehome them to loving owners.
Frequency about 12 posts per week.
Since Mar 2012
Also in Animal Rescue Youtube Channels
Facebook fans 13,894. Twitter followers 2,005.
Brighton, England About Blog Welcome to the Sussex Brighton and East Grinstead Branch of the RSPCA. We are an entirely self-funding charity, run by an active committee of volunteers who are trustees of the Branch funds. The Branch is responsible for the Brighton Animal Shelter at Patcham. Over 3000 animals are cared for at the Shelter each year, including dogs, cats, rabbits, hamsters, guinea pigs, reptiles, foxes, badgers, hedgehogs, chickens, ferrets and various birds, both wild and domestic.
Frequency about 5 posts per week.
Since Mar 2018
Facebook fans 6,853. Twitter followers 49.
UK About Blog Dogsblog is a unique and innovative online resource for would-be dog owners to help them find a new dog to adopt from an animal rescue in the UK.
Frequency about 84 posts per week.
Since Jan 2007
Also in Dog Blogs, Dog Blogs UK
Facebook fans 5,011. Twitter followers 2,888.
Sheffield About Blog We are a new and very small rescue, set up with the aim of helping cats in need in the Sheffield 8 post code. “8 Lives” reflects both the post code and the sad reality that cats and kittens who come to us have invariably lost at least one of their 9 lives by the time they get to us.
Frequency about 2 posts per month.
Since Jul 2013
Also in Cat Rescue Blogs
Facebook fans 1,359. Twitter followers 296.
South East England. About Blog Give a Dog a Home has some wonderful fosterers and volunteers who are experienced with all types of dogs and who often help in other practical ways as well. Helping you find the right rescue dog or puppy in Kent, Sussex, East Sussex and Surrey
Frequency about 2 posts per month.
Since Aug 2015
Facebook fans 4,262. Twitter followers 311.
Derby, England About Blog Just for Dogs was founded in August 1997 by a handful of like-minded people who simply wanted to rescue and re-home abandoned dogs. Get the latest news and views from Just For Dogs, Brailsford, Derbyshire.
Frequency about 2 posts per week.
Since May 2016
Facebook fans 7,646. Twitter followers 248.
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