In a year when we have all lost so much we must continue to reflect on what is important. We have been so lucky at St Giles in that we continue to be supported so well by local businesses, by a truly amazing group of volunteers and you, our community of ‘rescue friends’. We could not have got through the year without each and every one of you. Times like these highlight the need to keep focusing on what we do best, which is to be able to provide care, shelter, hope and the forever loving homes every cat and dog deserves.
This year, due to such unprecedented circumstances, we have seen many more animals come through our door and sadly we anticipate the same in the New Year so we will need your continued support more than ever.
So as 2020 draws to an end I really want to take this opportunity to say a BIG THANK YOU. Also to wish you a Happy Christmas, albeit a very different one than we would like, and lets all hope for a much better 2021.
Chair of Trustees
At St Giles Animal Rescue we look after and care for abused, abandoned and displaced pets. We take in dogs, cats, small animals and even the odd sheep!
All our rescues are ready for adoption; after they have been treated, trained and prepared for a better life. You can find a list of pets, ready for their forever home, on our Pets for Adoption page. We are always looking for for volunteers and fosterers so please, if you’d like to help in other ways here’s how.
As a charity we rely on your support and that of our sponsors to help cover the costs of veterinary, boarding and food bills. We run regular online campaigns to help raise funds during the COVID crisis.
If you could buy a ‘dog a dinner’, ‘knit a kitty’ for the cattery or’ bake buns to raise funds’ we appreciate every single penny you raise on behalf of our rescues. Getting involved couldn’t be easier and here’s where you start.
We have been blessed with so many amazing animals who have found a better life with families that truly love them. Although we can’t feature all our rescues here are just a few that have found their ‘happily ever afters’.