Poor Tiny arrived at RSPCA Northamptonshire after his owner went to hospital. With a heart murmur and epilepsy, Tiny was a poorly boy. With careful attention and medication, Tiny got a new ‘leash’ of life and he has now been happily rehomed. Pets at Home Foundation gave the branch £12,000 to help with their vet bills. As an independently funded charity operating separate from the National RSPCA, RSPCA Northamptonshire found the grant essential in helping dogs like Tiny.
Similar Case Studies
The Racehorse Sanctuary
In June 2020 Pets at Home Foundation awarded The Racehorse Sanctuary £7,500. The Racehorse Sanctuary, based in West Sussex, provides…Find out more
Rabbit Rescue and Friends
Rabbit Rescue and Friends is a small rescue based in Worcestershire, rescuing and rehoming small animals such as rabbits and…Find out more