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Animals in disasters

Several animal welfare charities have disaster relief response teams designed to help animals affected by natural disasters.

This can often be the most effective way to reach as many animals as possible, and to prevent disease spreading.

For example, since the earthquake in Haiti, the World Society for the Protection of Animals has provided veterinary treatment to over 50,000 animals, restocked veterinary supplies, and helped to show Haitians how to look after their pets and livestock in disaster situations.

There are also a number of charities in America who can help you adopt individual animals (usually dogs) from Haiti.

View all animal charities on our site here

Tax exempt status of registered charities and online security

All of the charities listed on this website are registered with the Charity Commission in the United Kingdom. Like any business, charities have to submit Tax Returns to HM Revenue and Customs, but all donations are declared and the charities do not have to pay tax on them. This means all your donation to charity will help to further their vision and goals.

Registered charity numbers

Each charity's registered number can be seen prominently displayed on the bottom of their respective pages on this site and underneath their logos.

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