Freshfields Animal Rescue

Freshfields Animal Rescue

Charity information

Freshfields Animal Rescue

A non profit making charity caring for abandoned, abused and unwanted animals, we act as a temporary refuge and sanctuary for an endless cycle of horses, ponies, domestic & wild animals.

Founded 1979

  • Mission statement

    The charities main aims and objectives are to provide sanctuary and relief to all animals who need it. To improve the welfare status of all companion animals. To provide a focus of learning, education and example in man’s association with animals and to encourage and resource the neutering of companion animals for those families unable to afford the service.

    Our work also extends to the trapping and neutering of feral colonies and we operate a programme throughout Liverpool which is dedicated to this work.

  • Aims

    Freshfields Animal Rescue aims to:

    • •To provide sanctuary and relief to all animals who need it.
    • •To improve the welfare status of all companion animals.
    • •To provide a focus of learning, education and example in man’s association with animals.
    • •To encourage and resource the neutering of companion animals for those families unable to afford the service.
    • •To highlight the welfare needs of all farmed animals by advocating a meat free diet.
  • Overview

    Established: May 1979

    Registered Charity Number: 508579

    Board members: 7

    Full time staff: 20

    Part time staff: 14

    Volunteers: 50

    Phone number: 0151 931 1604

    Address: East Lane Ince Blundell Liverpool L29 3EA

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