Paws And Whiskers Sussex Dog and Cat Rescue

Pet of the Month

We were barely established as a rescue when Jess came to us. She was the first dog we took in… but she is still waiting for that special someone to pick her. Jess is a playful and friendly girl who is very affectionate once she trusts you. She is much happier in a pack so will need to be homed with another dog. She loves being outside and is happy to entertain herself throwing a ball or squeaky toy around outdoors! Jess’s foster mum has put in an amazing amount of effort to help her overcome her anxieties. She has really grown in confidence during this time and has been described by her foster mum as a “goofball”. We believe Jess is an Anatolian Shepherd so she is quite a big girl and will need an owner who can continue her training and socialisation. Must be homed with another dog Can be homed with children over 12 Not cat tested Toilet trained Neutered
Paws And Whiskers Sussex (P.A.W.S) is founded by a team of experienced rescue volunteers. We are a foster-based rescue with volunteers all over the U.K.

A New Breed Of Rescue

David Wise, one of our Founders, is cycling an incredible 1,000 miles to raise money for P.A.W.S and two other worthy charities - My Name’s Doddie and The Harlequin’s Foundation, both rugby charities as Dave is a massive rugby fan. My Name’s Doddie supports families with Motor Neuron Disease after rugby player Founder Doddie Weir was diagnosed with the condition. Doddie helps fellow sufferers and seeks ways to research this, as yet, incurable disease. The Harlequin’s Foundation uses inspirational, sustainable and transformative solutions to tackle inequality, poor health and the challenges faced by the most vulnerable in society. They use education, skills development and entrepreneurship. The donations will be split 50% to P.A.W.S, 25% to My Name’s Doddie and 25% to The Harlequin’s Foundation. Dave will ride from the most north-eastern part of the U.K. to the most south-westerly point over ten days in April 2022, averaging 100 miles a day. You can follow his journey on his Facebook page or donate at .

John O’Groates to Land’s End Cycle Ride

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