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Pets Corner is dedicated to helping local charities. Our store in Horsell, Woking supports Next Chapter Animal Rescue. We spoke to Regan Clarke at the charity to find out more about what they do to give rescue animals a fresh start in a safe new home.
What is Next Chapter Animal Rescue?
We are a fairly new charity which was founded in 2014. Our aim is to give animals a fresh start. Animals come from many different backgrounds and our job is to help them move on and adjust to a new home, and a life of love and safety.
What does Next Chapter Animal Rescue do?
We rehome animals in Surrey, Hampshire and Berkshire by finding short or long term fosterers and families to adopt animals who have been rescued by us. All Next Chapter animals are neutered, microchipped and vaccinated before they are rehomed to our approved and vetted families. If animals arrive at Next Chapter Animal Rescue in a neglected state, we will also ensure they get the necessary treatment to return them to good health.
How many animals has Next Chapter Animal Rescue helped?
In 2015 we rescued and rehomed over 76 dogs, 56 cats and helped a further 40 other types of domestic companion animals to undergo veterinary treatment, including neutering operations. In addition, we have rehabilitated hundreds of wild birds including a partridge and two geese. We have even rescued a five-foot Python!
How does Pets Corner support Next Chapter Animal Rescue?
Pets Corner Horsell store donates their left over pet food – a necessity for all of our rescue animals and a huge benefit to ensuring we can continue to operate our service.
Where does Next Chapter Rescue's funding come from?
Our funding comes from the generosity of the general public and our network of fosterers who open their homes to love and care for our rescue animals. Without the adopters, fosterers and donators we simply couldn’t operate.
How does Next Chapter Rescue use this funding?
Our funds go towards neutering, microchipping and vaccinating all our animals before they are rehomed, as well as paying for any vet bills for animals that come to us in a state of neglect.
Next Chapter is primarily a foster-based rescue service so, while we are searching for foster space and suitable homes, funding also goes towards kennel providers in the Guildford and Bracknell area.
To find out more about Next Chapter Animal Rescue or to make a donation please visit their website www.nextchapteranimalrescue.co.uk/
Here are just some of the wonderful local & national charities we support
Petey is our 3rd sponsored dog with Canine Partners, thanks to your support we are able to sponsor Petey through his training to become an assistance dog.
Helping to improve the lives of rabbits across the UK
We are working with the Rabbit Welfare Association and Fund to stop the illegitimate and unregulated sales of rabbits online and by raising awareness of the dangers of purchasing animals from unlawful pet shops. Learn more
Giving disabled children brighter futures
Sullivan’s Heroes provides fundraising support for families raising essential funds towards home adaptations for disabled children.
Financial grants and support from Sullivan’s Heroes help families to create the optimal environment to care for their child at home, safely and with dignity. Learn more
Investing in entrepreneurs
Our MD Dean is no stranger to entrepreneurial spirit having started his first business in his teens making bird feeders from his parents’ garage at home, which is why he wants to help others to fulfil their potential.
In 2015, we became Cornerstone Patrons of the Peter Jones Foundation, an organisation that helps budding young entrepreneurs get the support they need to succeed in business. Learn more
Respecting and preserving the treasured relationship between owners and their pets
They seek to relieve the anxieties, problems and sometimes injustices faced by elderly and terminally ill people and their pets, thereby saving a great deal of human sadness and animal suffering.
We help to promote the Cinnamon Trust to our customers who are keen on volunteering. Learn more