Welcome to the new Barks website.
Banbury Animal Rescue and Kindness Service is a small,
local, self-funding, volunteer run local charity dedicated to
the rescue, care and re-homing of cats, kittens, rabbits,
guinea pigs and small rodents.
We have been operating since 1986 and became a Registered
Charity in 1997. A monthly meeting is held of our small
committee of core volunteers to organise fundraising events.
If you’d like to join our friendly and informal committee,
then please get in touch. We take in stray and unwanted cats,
kittens, rabbits and guinea pigs and find them good, caring,
Various colours and ages, If interested contact
us on 01327 263 373
BARKS IS SEEKING
Barks has been successfully re-homing cats and small animals
around Banbury for over 30 years. We rely totally on volunteers
to make this happen and the Board is now seeking to recruit new trustees with governance, secretarial, fundraising, finance, ICT,
PR or legal experience to help us run the charity and to realise
our goal of establishing a permanent centre.
If you have around 15 hours to donate every month and would
like to be part of our established management team and exciting
new venture, please phone or email Sue Gunn (Chair).
Phone: 07787 406 915
If your pet has gone missing or you have found an animal you
believe to be lost please contact your local veterinary practice
as they will have a list of missing/found pets, also contact
Animal Search UK, the UK's leading search service for
missing pets. Here is the link to their details,
If you have lost or found a cat please also contact us at
BARKS as we keep a register of local missing cats and
small furries reported to us.
We survive on your kind donations, and you adopting
our animals, Without you, we wouldn't be able to
operate and help.
Our address has changed to:
c/o 80 Wykham Place,
Saturday, Oct 6, 2012
B.A.R.K.S. would like to thank Pets at Home for their recent kind donation.