Donate today to help more families escape domestic abuse and keep pets safe.
Animals can often be used to make people stay in abusive relationships. Threats, actual abuse or neglect towards pets can force survivors to remain in dangerous situations or put themselves in danger by returning to feed or care for their animals. Most refuges and hostels are unable to house animals.
The Pets Project helps women and their children, reluctant to leave abusive relationships because of their pets, by providing a fostering home for their animals. Pets are cared for by volunteers who have been checked for their suitability whilst the women continue to pay for their animals feed. Every attempt is made to find appropriate foster homes for each animal and we are always looking for fosterers for all types of animals.
Where do we cover?
We work with animals across Nottinghamshire and also in parts of Derbyshire and Lincolnshire.
Can you help?
If you or anyone you know, might be able to offer a foster home to a family pet, get in touch with us at email@example.com or on 07971 337 264.
This project is supported by the Petplan Charitable Trust.