Warrington Animal Welfare

Warrington Animal Welfare

Charity information

Warrington Animal Welfare

Promoting responsible pet ownership in Warrington and the surrounding areas - offering low cost neutering for pets and helping abandoned and unwanted domestic pets.

Founded 1983

  • Mission statement

    Warrington Animal Welfare (WAW) was established in 1983 to promote responsible pet ownership and neutering.

    It offers low cost neutering for pet owners on low income or benefits in a bid to reduce the amount of stray, abandoned and unwanted pets in Warrington and the surrounding areas.

    WAW opened its first rescue centre in 2013 and mainly rehomes cats, kittens, dogs, cats, rabbits and guinea pigs.

    WAW is also involved in numerous community campaigns related to feral cats and responsible pet ownership.

    The charity is solely funded by kind donations and fundraising.

  • Aims

    Warrington Animal Welfare aims to:

    • Reduce the number of unwanted, stray and abandoned pets, by promoting responsible pet ownership in Warrington and the surrounding areas – neutering, microchipping, vaccinations and being responsible.
    • Reduce the number of unwanted, stray and abandoned pets, by offering low cost and in some cases, free neutering for those on benefits and low incomes.
    • Rescue and rehome – using our small rescue centre and a network of foster homes to find forever homes for cats, kittens, dogs, cats, rabbits and guinea pigs.
    • Reduce the number of unwanted, stray and abandoned pets, by working and educating the community, especially in deprived areas on the importance of being a responsible pet owner.
    • Reduce the number of feral cats, by supporting local feral cat colonies with neuter and release campaigns.
  • Overview

    Established: June 1983

    Registered Charity Number: 1057149

    Board members: 5

    Full time staff: 1

    Part time staff: 3

    Volunteers: 80

    Phone number: 01925 748638

    Address: 198 St Peters Way WA2 7BW

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