Our day at the North Clwyd Animal Rescue

North Clwyd Animal Rescue (NCAR) is a registered charity founded in 1978 by Anne Owen. From one thin little Lurcher, we now care for over 1800 domestic pets a year. We have grown to meet these new demands and with the current economic situation these services are vital for the wider community. North Clwyd Animal Rescue is affiliated to the Jean Sainsbury Animal Welfare Trust and we are also members of the Association of Dogs and Cats Homes (ADCH) and attend their annual conference.”

NCAR look to re-home abandoned and unwanted pets, in particular dogs and cats. In addition to this they help care for poorly animals when owners may not know the

right treatment and can offer education and advice going forward.

Another part of the centre is to deal with pets that have behavioural issues, so that they can also have a bright future!

NCAR always welcome volunteers to help out with the daily centre tasks, in the café, and with 80 dogs in at any one time alone, it is a mammoth task.

With a van full of donations consisting of dog/cat food & cleaning ma-terials for the centre, a group of Axis CSS management volunteered their services for a day to assist with a full day of dog walking and cleaning of some of the facilities for the centre, which was greatly received. There is now also an on-going donation box located in the Office for continued support.

A great day had by all!