Adoption appeal by The Mayhew Animal Home

Nick is a 12-year-old stray who was found by a member of staff from The Mayhew.

Nick is a 12-year-old stray who was found by a member of staff from The Mayhew. - Credit: Archant

Every month the Times features a selection of pets that are up for adoption from the Mayhew Animal Home.

Rudolph ended up at The Mayhew because his owners were moving to a home without a garden.

Rudolph ended up at The Mayhew because his owners were moving to a home without a garden. - Credit: Archant

Established in 1886, the charity in Trenmar Gardens, Kensal Green, is a sanctuary for all creatures that need a roof over their heads.

Roman is a Jack Russell and Bassett mixed eight-year-old.

Roman is a Jack Russell and Bassett mixed eight-year-old. - Credit: Archant

It relies entirely on donations and legacies from benefactors to meet running costs of £3,000 a day, and for kind-hearted volunteers to help staff with their duties.

Caesar ended up at The Mayhew because his owners felt they no longer had the time to look after him.

Caesar ended up at The Mayhew because his owners felt they no longer had the time to look after him. - Credit: Archant

In addition to looking after the animals, which are usually dogs, cats, rabbits and guinea pigs, the Mayhew offers veterinary services, including free neutering of “bull breed” dogs.

Sinbad was found abandoned in a flat for two weeks and although someone was feeding him he was left

Sinbad was found abandoned in a flat for two weeks and although someone was feeding him he was left on his own. - Credit: Archant

If you are interested in any of the featured animals call 020 8969 0178. For more information about The Mayhew visit www.themayhew.org.

Sandy is a six-year-old Staffy who is an active and out-going girl who gets along with everyone she

Sandy is a six-year-old Staffy who is an active and out-going girl who gets along with everyone she meets. - Credit: Archant


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