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Our work is only possible due to kind people like you who give what they can to help the cats and dogs in our care. Some examples of how your donation will make a difference are:

  • £5 could pay for a microchip to help unite a lost pet with their owner
  • £10 could pay for flea and worm treatment
  • £20 could pay for a warm and cosy bed for an animal to rest and recover in
  • £32 (cat) and £35 (dog) could pay for an essential veterinary health check and essential vaccinations 
  • £300 could pay for dental treatment such as the removal of a sore or infected tooth
  • £1000 plus could pay for entropion surgery for a dog suffering from this painful condition

Thank you for your help. It is always needed and always very much appreciated. 

       

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Leicester Animal Aid

Leicester Animal Aid is a rescue and rehoming centre for cats and dogs, based just outside of the South Leicester village of Huncote.

Every year, we care for more than 400 dogs and cats who are lost, abandoned, neglected unwanted or relinquished because their owners can no longer care for them.

We provide care for up to 40 dogs and 30 cats at any one time. Each and every one receives good food, veterinary care and individual attention to help them feel secure and loved, perhaps for the first time in their lives.

Each dog and cat that comes through our doors is assessed by our experienced team and our goal is to ensure the right home is found for every animal, no matter how long it takes.

We provide on-going guidance and practical help to both new and existing pet owners, so when you offer one of our animals a home, you can rely on us for advice for months, and even years afterwards.

We also run a unique Community Pet Support Scheme (CPSS) that helps to keep people and pets together. Our Scheme provides those who are elderly, have disabilities and those who are housebound with free professional support to help them care for their pets.