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LIFETIME PET CARE For Pet Owners, Elderly and the Terminally Ill – Leave a Lasting Legacy To The Animals

We never know when illness may strike and if the worst happens who will look after a beloved cat or dog?   Pet Samaritans have been ‘here to help for over twenty five years.   We give priority to pets who are bereaved or whose owners have had to go into hospital or a care home.

We take in cats, dogs, small animals and even ponies at times.   We never put any healthy pet to sleep and ensure that they have a happy and comfortable life.  It’s home from home with the very best of care, love and affection.

We have residential care facilities and our ‘golden oldies’ can stay with us for the rest of their lives.

We use natural farming methods with access to plenty of land, so younger and larger dogs can have as much as exercise as they need.  Cats too, are loved and well cared for with freedom to explore and join in with sanctuary life in they wish.

If we can help please do not hesitate to get in touch. The loving and laid back, home from home lifestyle suits our residents.  Our oldest feline resident lived to be 25 years, we have a Jack Russell still going strong at 18 years and a pony who made it to 55!   Her last birthday party was on T.V. – Look North.

There is a way to help

Legacy pack A legacy to the Pet Samaritans would really help us to continue our work and help all animals, great and small, in our care.

If you are thinking of leaving us a legacy and would like us to look after your pets, please get in touch with us to make arrangements for them and we’ll send you out our legacy pack.

Your solicitor will be happy to advise you on the different ways you can help the Pet Samaritans. If you already have a Will you can add a Codicil (a legal addition) to remember the animals.

You can also ask your friends and family to make a donation to the Pet Samaritans rather than send flowers in your memory.

Thank you for considering a bequest to the animals at the Pet Samaritans Animal Sanctuary.