Garston Animal Rescue

Liverpool, United Kingdom, L19 0PB

Started in 1984 with the rescue of a starving mum cat and her 5 new born kittens from a bin in Liverpool city centre. Rescues, rehabilitates and re-homes abandoned animals.

We provide a safe space and veterinary care for an animal who may be sick, injured or in danger. The team offer a gentle voice, a reassuring hand and loving care. Our aim is to rehabilitate and where possible rehome the animals that come in to our care. 

The rescue was established by Nancy and is run day to day by a small group of amazing people, volunteers who give their free time to help the rescue with cleaning, feeding, doing vet runs and trapping/rescuing cats across the Liverpool area.  We are a small independent rescue that is run from local premises; it’s not fancy or purpose built but we are fortunate that it has a large enclosed yard, which enables some of the cats in our care to enjoy fresh air and hear the sounds of the birds. We are not a funded rescue and space is limited, so critical to the work we do is our much relied upon network of wonderful foster homes - without them we simply couldn’t support the amount of cats we do due to the limited space at the rescue premises.

The rescue is volunteer-led and uses foster homes to help socialise and assess new intakes, together with a sanctuary from the founder's own home. Struggles for resources.

Does TNR (trap, neuter, return) of feral cats to reduce the numbers of kittens living rough on the streets, living in precarious situations with little or no food. Incurs huge vet bills as a result of such work.

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29 Broughton Drive, Liverpool, United Kingdom, L19 0PB