LIFELINE - Transport Service for Sick or Injured Animals and Birds LIFELONG - Commitment to Rescued Animals

IMPORTANT STATEMENT

The Charity does not deal with healthy strays and unwanted pets. We will only collect those animals needing veterinary attention and are vulnerable because of condition, such as pregnancy, or age ( kittens or elderly animals) or badly neglected or injured animals and birds.

There are many local rescues that will take healthy strays and unwanted pets. Animal Accident Rescue is not one of them, due to limited resources. We would ask callers to understand and respect our role, in order that the Charity can continue to help those animals that most need our specialist attention.

If you are concerned about the welfare of a healthy stray, please contact a local rescue for advice. There is help and information on the RSPCA, Cats Protection League and Cat Chat websites. If you find a stray dog that doesn’t need veterinary assistance, please contact the Dog Warden at your local council.

 imageRueben (formerly known as Rocco) has found a new life with a lovely couple after his previous owners had to part with him due to a relationship breakup. He was one of the 15 puppies abandoned by the cannel back in 2013. We wish him a long and happy life in his new home.

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Recent News

Volunteers Needed!

Volunteers Needed!

A monthly Saturday fund-raising sale, lasting for a couple of hours, is held at Lowdham Village Hall for Animal Accident Rescue Unit. Due to the ill health of a couple of volunteers, the Charity would...

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Urgent appeal for cat fosterers and for dog fosterers

Urgent appeal for cat fosterers and for dog fosterers

With so many abandoned animals coming in, we have run out of room to care for them.  Please help us to help these dogs and cats who need the charity’s support to survive. If you can offer a shor...

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Recent Animals for Adoption News

Tilly – Will you give her a second chance?

Tilly – Will you give her a second chance?

  Tilly is looking for her forever home. Poor Tilly has had more than her fair share of bad luck – could you be the person to turn her life around? Tilly has been returned to the Charity th...

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Ginny – A gentle lady who enjoys the finer things in life

Ginny – A gentle lady who enjoys the finer things in life

  Hi, my name is Ginny and I’m around 5/6 years old, although I don’t think I look a day over 2! Not a lot is known about my past but one thing is clear, I’m definitely a lady. Maybe I have arist...

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Tinker – A wonderful cat

Tinker – A wonderful cat

Hi, I’m Tinker – and according to my fosterer appropriately named! I was rescued by the Animal Accident Rescue Unit last September and I was so grateful for the food and warmth after being...

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