ARC takes in many animals, most are for adoption, but also sadly we sometimes have animals that are not possible to rehome or require ongoing medical care. In these, thankfully quite rare cases, we continue to support these animals to live in permanent foster homes in line with our values

We passionately believe that every animal is entitled to be loved and cared for and live a healthy and happy life

We believe that euthanasia is only ever an option when an animal has a poor quality of life or if they are a potential threat to other animals or humans.

This page will showcase the sanctuary animals currently in our care and share their stories. From time to time we fundraise specifically to cover their medical bills as this can be quite a burden despite the vet discounts we already are fortunate to receive.

If you would like to support our  Sanctuary animals, please visit our Donations page Thank you!

2020-09-08T09:07:28+01:00

Molly

Molly is owned by an elderly lady in Northolt. She has renal problems and a history of weeing out of her litter tray so ARC support Molly's renal food and the occasional visit to the vet.

2020-09-08T09:05:39+01:00

Polly

Polly is a 17 year old torti, again with renal problems. ARC supports her vet care.

2020-09-08T09:13:17+01:00

Blue & Logan

Logan and Blue are two sweeties that have found their perfect home which is supported by ARC due to Logan's health condition. They love snuggling together and sit waiting for treats. Blue was very nervous when she first came but has come out of her shell and loves coming out and [...read more]

2020-09-08T09:10:18+01:00

Boo

Boo is an angora rabbit, the breed which is reared for their 'wool'. Her coat is incredibly high maintenance, needing constant clipping otherwise it form painful matts at the roots, constricting her movement like a strait-jacket. Angoras are subject to awful cruelty in countries like China where they are kept in [...read more]

2021-04-18T15:49:34+01:00

Ziggy

Ziggy is a dear little tabby cat who was brought to ARC by social services after being literally removed from the walls of a very dilapidated property the council were about to renovate. She is very frightened by humans but lives happily in the utility room of one of our Trustees, coming and [...read more]

2021-04-18T15:48:46+01:00

Holly

Holly is a cat who came in as an older feral kitten. Unfortunately she did not tame as well as some of her siblings so she lives permanently with one of our Trustees.

2020-09-19T10:54:53+01:00

Scooter

Scooter suffers with diabetes and needs special support for this condition. Quote from Scooters new owner: Always having had cats as part of our family home , it was very sad when we lost Alfie & Leo after a lovely 16 years together. 8 months passed and my Daughter was moving [...read more]

2021-04-18T15:47:06+01:00

Pearl

Pearl is a delightful old lady who came into our care after being taken to the vet to be put to sleep because she had uncontrolled diarrhea. After several months of care, and with the help of our wonderful vets at Twickenham Veterinary Surgery, Pearl was well enough to be adopted. [...read more]