Friday 7th, Saturday 8th & Sunday 9th December
Linda from the Uckfield shop decorating our tree for the Holy Cross Festival of Trees in Uckfield.
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My name is Alfie. I am a 5 year old, neutered, collie cross.
Despite my bad experiences I am very affectionate towards humans, especially women, although I am wary of some men.
I currently live with three other dogs and get on well with them.
However, I am very wary of unfamiliar dogs and these should be approached with caution.
I will make a wonderfully loyal and loving friend to my new owner.
Unfortunately, my human dad has recently come out of hospital and is no longer able to give me the exercise and attention I need.
I lost a front leg in my home country, Egypt, and spent most of my first year in kennels before I was rescued by the Kit Wilson Trust and came to the UK.
Despite this I am very nimble and manage stairs etc. with ease. I am also very healthy, I have not had a vet visit in the 4 years my Daddy has been caring for me. I am a lovely, loving dog. I crave love and understanding, preferably from someone able to give me their undivided attention. I am also an excellent guard dog.
Thank you for reading. If you are interested in meeting me, please contact The Kit Wilson Trust as I am still currently residing with my family and we all want me to avoid going back into kennels.
Lots of love and licks,
These cute and furry Flimpets are now available to order.
The Trust was established in 1975 when Katherine Wilson (always known as 'Kit'), a well known cat show judge and campaigner for animal welfare, left a small legacy to be used for the benefit of animals.
A cornerstone of the Trust's founding policy then, as now, was to promote the spaying and neutering of pets. The need for the Trust's work in rescuing and re-homing unwanted cats and dogs would be greatly reduced if there were fewer kittens and puppies being born. Animals rescued by the Trust are the lucky ones - thousands of unwanted pets are destroyed every year by other organisations and authorities.
From a modest beginning the Trust has grown and in 1986 set up its own Animal Rescue Centre in Hadlow Down, near Uckfield, in East Sussex.
In addition to the animal rescue and re-homing work, the Trust has become increasingly involved in wildlife rehabilitation and operates a wildlife emergency help line.
Over the years, the Rescue Centre has also become a permanent home to many animals that it is not possible or desirable to re-home; these include horses, donkeys, cats, goats, birds and small mammals.
The Trustees give their time on a voluntary basis, including the Chairman who has overall responsibility for animal welfare, the organisation of the Rescue Centre, its staff and volunteers.
Funds are raised mainly through local supporters' groups, individual donations, legacies, animal sponsors and our Charity Shops.
We receive no Local Authority,Government or Lottery funding, relying on our supporters to continue our work.
A Company Limited by Guarantee
Registered in England and Wales,
Company No. 07690478
Registered Charity No. 1143338
Animal Rescue Centre
For all enquiries and particularly for all animal enquiries - 9am - 5pm daily. Telephone:- 01825 830444
Wildlife Emergency : 01825 830735
This is for non animal contact only please