Welcome to Our Wild Acre Rescue Charity’s Website
Wild Acre Rescues Objectives
Our objectives are to promote the welfare of ill-treated, abandoned and homeless animals in the area. To also provide advice, support and education to the general public in all matters concerning the welfare of domestic pets.
Wild Acre Rescues Aims
Our aim is to take domestic animals into care and restore their faith in human nature so that they are ready to move on to new homes.
What we do
We deal with health and behavioural problems as far as is possible, using our experience for both cats and dogs which, over the years, has proved very successful.
Sometimes it just takes care, understanding, and a little time.
We look to place them with families who understand their individual needs. This is in the hope that a “FOREVER HOME” is found for every animal passing through our hands.
All animals are neutered before homing (unless, of course, they are too young) but even then we follow up at the appropriate time to ensure it is done. We also ensure all cats and dogs are vaccinated, microchipped and are fully up to date on flea and worm treatment before moving to a new home.
All potential homes are vetted to ensure the dog or cat goes into a home which is right for both the new owner and the animal.
We firmly believe that care and understanding of animal welfare should start at an early age. Therefore, we encourage children to become involved. All of our own children help our rescue group in whatever way they can.
Wild Acre Rescue have many volunteers who work closely with us – just because they enjoy working with animals. Our foster homes and volunteer workers contribute a great deal to the rescue. Helping with the animals, giving them temporary or permanent homes, walking the animals and transporting them to and from the vets. They also play a vital part in fundraising. This includes collecting items which are donated, helping at our shop and other events. We couldn’t do what we do if we didn’t have people like these to help us. It is with the biggest thanks to them for helping us to continue.
The work we all do is rewarding enough, just to see another animal safe and cared for.