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Animal Rescue Centres in and around Tunbridge Wells

Find Animal Rescue Centres in and around Tunbridge Wells, Kent, including contact details, local maps and information

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Folly Wildlife Rescue, Tunbridge Wells, Kent

Based in Tunbridge Wells in Kent, Folly Wildlife Rescue is a charity dedicated to the rescue and rehabilitation of injured, orphaned and distressed wild animals and birds throughout West Kent, East Sussex and the surrounding region. Registered Charity No. 1091857.


Last Chance Animal Rescue Centre, Edenbridge, Kent

Last Chance Animal Rescue Centre is a registered charity based in Kent, UK. We rescue, rehabilitate and re-home dogs, cats, rabbits and guinea pigs. All our animals are health checked, inoculated and identi-chipped. We have a full neutering policy. We carry out home checks and are able to re-home to most areas of the UK. We operate a no destruction policy.


RSPCA Tunbridge Wells and Maidstone, Tunbridge Wells, Kent

RSPCA Tunbridge Wells and Maidstone District Branch, caring for the welfare of local animals for over 100 years, cat and dog rescue, rehoming, adoption, pet clinic, healthcare, events, Kent, UK


The Celia Hammond Animal Trust, Wadhurst, East Sussex

The Celia Hammond Animal Trust. Rescue and homing shelters for unwanted and abused cats, dogs and other pets. A registered UK charity. Two London vet clinics, East Sussex sanctuary and Tunbridge Wells branch.


The Fox Project, Pembury, Kent

The Fox Project is a charity dedicated to the red fox. We operate in parts of Kent, Surrey, East Sussex, West Sussex and South East London, dealing with sick and injured foxes and abandoned fox cubs and working with a large team of volunteers to provide for their care, treatment and rehabilitation back into the wild.




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