Garston Animal Rescue
Where it all began: The rescue began by chance in 1984 with the rescue of a mother cat and her new-born kittens who had been dumped in a bin in Liverpool city centre. This dreadful incident served to highlight the plight of unwanted pet animals across the city
and so Garston Animal Rescue was born and in 1988 it was granted charity status.
Our Work: Due to our facilities at the moment, the majority of animals in our care are cats. There is a relentless stream of stray cats in our city and we are constantly inundated with phone calls from people either wanting to offload their cat or reporting a stray cat or cats in their area. If we have the space we will take in the cat or cats, provide veterinary treatment, which can include worming, defleaing, neutering and in many cases medical treatment for illness or injury. Our aim is to rehome the cats in our care with suitable families.
Charity No: 701001
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