Easy Paws partners with the National Animal Welfare Trust

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Easy Paws is delighted to announce that we have partnered with the National Animal Welfare Trust – one of the UK’s leading animal welfare charities operating six rehoming centres across the south of England, which cares for and rehomes around 1800 animals a year.

The partnership includes financial support from the sale of Easy Noodle Mats, the donation of Easy Noodle Mats to use at their shelters, and the appearance of Easy Paws’ mascot - Paws the Dog - at National Animal Welfare Trust fundraising events.

Easy Paws co-founders Adam and Alex toured their Watford centre in January 2018 and were highly impressed by their commitment to animals. They said:

“Easy Paws was founded by animal lovers, for animal lovers. ‘Making a difference’ is at the heart of what we do. We are delighted and proud to support the National Animal Welfare Trust – an organisation that fights for animals every minute of every day.”

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Paws the Dog at the National Animal Welfare Trust's Watford Centre.

National Animal Welfare Trust

The National Animal Welfare Trust is one of the UK’s top animal welfare charities operating six rehoming centres across the south of England in Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Cornwall, Essex, Hertfordshire and Somerset. It was founded in 1971 as an independent charity, and now cares for and rehomes around 1800 animals a year, mainly cats and dogs, but also rabbits, guinea pigs, birds and field animals.

The charity operates a vision and mission of promoting responsible pet ownership, educating on how to look after their needs and how to be prepared for what pet ownership entails. Its pioneering care included being the first animal shelter in the UK to implement Open Paw – a programme to provide animals with the enrichment, training and social skills they will need to make them more rehomeable and to enable them to successfully settle into life in their new home. It also offers a pet bereavement support programme for the local community.

Find out more about them online - https://www.nawt.org.uk

You can also donate to support their amazing work - https://www.nawt.org.uk/support-us/donate

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