• Could Scooby be the dog for you?

    Adopt and Re-home one of our amazing rescue dogs...
  • The gorgeous Tigger is looking for a home

    We have lots of gorgeous cats at the minute looking for homes
  • Alice and Stanley need a forever home...

    We have many rescue rabbits looking for a new home...
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Welcome to Pawz For Thought

Pawz for Thought is a small but very active animal charity operating throughout the North East of England. It was formed as a positive response to the distressingly high number of animal welfare issues in the region.

The Charity always has many cats for adoption. There are fewer dogs for adoption as we spend many weeks with each animal getting to know them to ensure their next home is a ‘forever home’

Rabbits available for adoption are always plentiful either as singles or in pairs. Help can be given bonding a new rabbit with your existing bunnies.

Not being a traditional cat and dog shelter with large capacities we are limited in the number of rescue cats, dogs and rabbits that can be taken in. We also work in the rescue and rehoming of smaller animals.

Our work is mainly in Newcastle, Sunderland and the North East Counties of Northumberland, Durham and Tyne and Wear, however, distance is never a barrier if the home is right.

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Latest News

  • Fantastic day at Kirkley Hall - May 17th

    We had a fabulous Sunday at Kirkley Hall's Sring Fair.

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  • Duckling Daze - 20th May

    Baby Ducklings rescued by police!

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  • Boxing Day Dip - 15th May

    The cheque for the Boxing Day dip has arrived.A total of £344.00 Brrrrr......illiant!

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  • "Well done" Rachael - 3rd May

      Wow! read what Rachael went through to train for the London Marathon amazing Lady

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  • Cat and his new dog - 15th April

    On the night of Maundy Thursday, at the beginning of the Easter Bank Holiday, we had a phone call asking if we could help with a dog and a cat who's owner had died.  We went straight out to pick them up as there was no

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