Along with donations and adoption fees, we rely on fundraising and practical support to help care for our cats, kittens, rabbits, guinea pigs, gerbils, hamsters and mice who, through no fault of their own, find themselves in a hard spot and in desperate need of a second chance
There are various ways you can donate to BARKS - cash, goods or gifts from our Amazon Wishlist.
If you prefer a more “hands-on” approach, consider becoming a part of our marvellous volunteer team.
Do you have space to give temporary shelter (and cuddles) to an animal while they wait for their new home?
We aim to show young volunteers just how their time can help transform the lives of our furry friends. Young Barks is closed for the time being due to lack of adult supervisors
Sadly, not all animals can be re-homed, but BARKS will never put a healthy animal to sleep. That’s why some animals become permanent residents at our BARKS care centres.Sponsor an animal
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Adorable cats, tumbling kittens, romping rabbits and a host of fluffy pocket-sized companions - all looking for and love and a place to call home. Below are just a few.