|WSPA works with more than 700 member organizations in over 140 countries to raise the standards of animal welfare throughout the world. Our vision is a world in which the welfare of animals is understood and respected by everyone, and protected by effective legislation. Through our collaborative projects WSPA is Campaigning Against Cruelty by exposing animal abuse and enforcing stronger laws; our Animal Rescue teams are working to save abandoned or neglected animals or those stricken by disasters; and by Changing Hearts and Minds amongst people living and working with animals, WSPA is forging a safer future for all animals. Support the WSPA by giving just £3 a month!|
“Thanks to the fantastic generosity of our supporters WSPA has been improving the lives of animals of all species and promoting the concept of animal welfare all over the world for 25 years. We are delighted to be working with Petmillions to offer our supporters the chance to raise funds for us in this new and exciting way.” Conor McGeown - Fundraising Officer - WSPA
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|The Rabbit Welfare Fund is a charitable trust set up by the British House Rabbit Association in 1996. The fund is dedicated to improving the standard of life of domestic rabbits kept as pets in Britain. We want everyone to know how to give their rabbit the life they deserve. Rescue centers are full of rabbits who have suffered through ignorance of their owners and then through no fault of their own become unwanted. We help educate and inform rabbit owners, through schools, vets and publications what you need to do to provide for a healthy happy life for a rabbit. If you love rabbits then please consider supporting the Rabbit Welfare Fund (RWF).|
"Rabbits are the 3rd most popular domestic pet in Britain, yet statistics show they are often the most neglected. We are calling for all rabbit lovers to help us in our mission to improve the standard of life for domestic rabbits. Petmillions is the perfect fundraising idea and we are very delighted to be a preferred charity partner" Lizze Smith - Marketing Executive - RWF
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|Border Collie Trust GB exists to help Collies in need, and make every effort to place them in suitable homes. Our objective is to rescue and provide care and shelter for lost, abandoned, neglected and ill treated dogs and with particular regard to dogs of the Border Collie breed and other working dogs and to find new homes for such animals wherever possible. The Trust relies on public donations to care for and re-home the many border collies that require help.|
"Here at the BCT we try to raise funds and awareness for the charity whilst informing and entertaining, not an easy talk! The petmillions contest certainly fits the bill as a fun and valuable fundraising initiative!" Ben Wilkes - Trustee - Border Collie Trust
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|This is the UK branch of the Born Free Foundation, an international wildlife charity working with compassion to prevent cruelty, alleviate suffering and encourage everyone to treat all individual animals with respect. Born Free believes wildlife belongs in the wild and is dedicated to the conservation of rare species in their natural habitat, and the phasing out of traditional zoos.|
"It's not just small cats that need your help, one of the Born Free Foundation's projects is to rescue Big Cats from terrible captive conditions and return them to their natural habitat. We are delighted to be on board and Petmillions is a fantastic way to support our work." Trisha Loveland - Fundraising Officer - BornFree Foundation
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|This is the USA branch of the Born Free Foundation, an international wildlife charity working with compassion to prevent cruelty, alleviate suffering and encourage everyone to treat all individual animals with respect. Born Free believes wildlife belongs in the wild and is dedicated to the conservation of rare species in their natural habitat, and the phasing out of traditional zoos.|
"Born Free USA was established to bring the organization's message of compassionate conservation to America. At Born Free, the individual animal matters and deserves protection. People who enter petmillions understand this respect for animals and we’re grateful for the support they’re helping generate for our work" Adam M. Roberts, Vice President, Born Free USA
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|Cat Chat, the Cat Rescue Resource was set up in 2000 to help rescue centres and rehoming groups across the UK find loving, permanent homes for cats and kittens in their care. Through Catchat.org's network of 'Virtual Shelters' we are currently finding homes for around 4,200 homeless cats each year. Our services are offered free of charge to all UK cat rescue groups, from branches of Cats Protection and RSPCA, to the hundreds of smaller independent rescue centres. For many rescues, Catchat.org is a rehoming lifeline, by helping us - you help them all. All support greatly appreciated.|
"Catchat.org and Petmillions have one thing in common, we both use the internet to help animals in need. Catchat.org are currently finding homes for around 4,200 homeless cats each year. Petmillions is a great way to support Catchat.org and will help these cats find the homes they deserve. " Mandy Cotter - Founder, Catchat.org
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|In 2007 PDSA celebrates 90 years of caring for the sick and injured animals of people in need. We are proud of our heritage, our achievements and our values. For it is these that have made PDSA what it is today; the UKs leading veterinary charity. But we cannot afford to stand still as the need for our veterinary care is as great as ever. As is PDSAs determination to expand our PetAid services.
PDSA is the largest private employer of fully qualified veterinary surgeons and veterinary nurses in Europe. Have a look at our case studies section to see some of the amazing work undertaken by these skilled and dedicated individuals.
PDSA was founded in 1917 by Maria Dickin CBE, an animal welfare pioneer.
PDSA is non-campaigning, and non-political.
Support the PDSA by giving just £3 a month! |
|The Petfinder Foundation helps support the thousands of animal organization members of Petfinder.com by raising funds for them. Our objective is to increase the adoption of homeless pets in the USA. We help not only the four-footed animals waiting to be adopted, but also the people who care for them. We supply equipment and funds so that thousands of homeless pets have healthier and happier lives and thousands of shelter and rescue folks can do their jobs better.|
|The Blue Cross is Britain's pet charity, providing practical support, information and advice for pet and horse owners. Through our network of adoption centres we rehome thousands of animals each year. Our hospitals provide veterinary care for the pets of people who cannot afford private vets' fees.|
"The Blue Cross has been helping pets and people for over a hundred years. We understand the unique relationship between people and their pets, and wish petmillions.com every success in helping people to share the joy their pets bring them" Peter Jones - Head Of Fundraising
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|The Mayhew Animal Home was established in 1886 and today is one of the busiest animal sanctuaries in London, rescuing thousands of animals from cruelty and neglect each year. We provide shelter and care for cats, dogs, rabbits and when the need arises, for a wide variety of other animals. The Mayhew Animal Home has a vision of a world where all companion animals are wanted. We offer a wide variety of community services providing advice, care and assistance to animals and their carers whatever their circumstances and strive to tackle the companion animal welfare crisis from every possible angle.|
"The Mayhew Animal Home is a London based charity that works locally, nationally and internationally for the improvement of animal welfare. We receive no state aid or lottery grants and are entirely dependent on the generosity of the general public. Without the support of individuals, corporations and great ideas like Pet Millions, we simply wouldn't be able to continue our valuable work." Paul Herring - Fundraising and Communications Officer
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|For over fifteen years, Alley Cat Allies has helped thousands of individuals improve the lives of tens of thousands of stray and feral cats and kittens and has motivated and assisted hundreds of grassroots activists to found feral cat groups in their communities. Many of these small organizations have expanded to become models for other cities. In addition, veterinarians, wildlife biologists, humane organizations, animal control agencies and animal shelters frequently request information and guidance from Alley Cat Allies to develop programs and policies for nonlethal control of felines. Your contributions to Alley Cat Allies help stray and feral cats and kittens live longer, healthier lives by providing us with resources to assist the legions of volunteers throughout North America who practice Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR). Your generosity helps to control the feline population while providing feral cats and kittens a dignified, healthy life under the loving care of informed caregivers|
"With so may animal lovers in the world petmillions is a wonderful venue for people to proudly share their companion animals and show their support for ALL creatures – great and small – with the world. Many thanks to petmillions for providing an opportunity for us all" Elise Ravenscroft, Development Director - Alley Cat Allies
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|North Shore Animal League America is the worlds largest no-kill pet rescue and adoption organization. Our mission of rescuing and restoring animals to loving homes was expanded by Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Lewyt, and is now carried on by Our President, J. John Stevenson. We have been successfully placing homeless pets into loving homes for over 60 years. It is this experience that makes North Shore Animal League America the best place to adopt a pet.|
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|Founded in 1891, Dogs Trust, formerly known as the NCDL, has always campaigned on dog-welfare related issues to ensure a safe and happy future for our four-legged friends.
Dogs Trust is working towards the day when all dogs can enjoy a happy life, free from the threat of unnecessary destruction. Dogs Trust has 17 rehoming centres throughout England and Ireland. The health and happiness of every dog is at the heart of all our efforts and we try to find each and every dog in our care a loving home for life. the Dogs trust never destroy a healthy dog.
for more information on what Dogs Trust do and how you can help please click through.|
"petmillions.com is a fantastic idea for raising money for animal charities, we are pleased to be one of the charities benefitting from the contest donations." Laura Rippon - Fundraising Team Dogs Trust
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|Formed in 1927, Cats Protection (CP) has grown to become the UKs leading feline welfare charity. We now rescue and find new homes for around 60,000 cats and kittens every year, through our network of 29 Adoption Centres and 260 voluntary-run Branches.
Support the Cats Protection League by giving just £3 a month!|
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|The ASPCA is guided today by the same belief on which it was founded in 1866, that animals are entitled to kind and respectful treatment at the hands of humans, and that this is not to be left to the compassionate impulses of humans, but is an entitlement that must be protected under the law. The vision of the ASPCA is that the United States is a humane community in which all animals are treated with respect and kindness.|
|The guardian angel scheme provides peace of mind that your bunny will be cared for in the exact way that you desire should the 'unavoidable' or 'unthinkable' happen to you|
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|CavyRescue (reg. charity 1111583) is the UK’s first and only dedicated rat rescue charity. Run by Jason and Stella Hulott, the aim of the charity is to educate individuals and organisations on small animal healthcare and welfare, including the use of an underground dog fence, and we regularly run successful campaigns to this effect. Originally set up to rescue guinea pigs, rabbit and hamsters etc, we found that there were few other rescues who took in rats. We are based in Kent and both work full time to help pay for the costs associated with running the Rescue - we are juggling our two 'jobs' successfully at the moment, although get very little sleep! The basic costs of caring for our permanent residents averages at around £200 a month, but that is without vet bills. Our annual vet bill averages out at around £15,000 a year and these costs are all paid for by ourselves and from donations, so every donation, however small, is very much appreciated.|
"CavyRescue are very pleased to be part of the petmillions fund raising programme. It is an excellent way not only to raise much needed funds for charity but to heighten name and general awareness of all animals that have been abused, abandoned and unloved." - Jason Hulott CavyRescue Trustee
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