FinD out all about our work in this documentary by our new patron, TV Vet Dr Scott

Animal Rescue Centres in the UK are in crisis | Rescue Vet with Dr Scott Miller: Dr Scott learns the shocking truth about the Rescue Centre crisis in the UK in this documentary about the essential role of NCAR in helping animals in need.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Here are some of the frequently asked questions we get but we are sure there are more! If your question is not answered here let us know and we will add them!

It’s easy! Just go to this donation page Thank you!

We receive NO government funding. We can only continue our work with animals in need due to your generosity.

Our opening times are: Tuesday – Sunday | 11am – 3pm (Closed on a Monday)

NCAR is located in Trelogan, Flintshire, North Wales

Our address is:

North Clwyd Animal Rescue
Maes Gwyn, Glan yr Afon Road
Trelogan, Nr.Holywell
Flintshire CH8 9BD

Our what3words address is: ///protests.engineers.scrubber

Doris’s Bunker is open Tuesday – Sunday | 10.30am – 3.30pm. You can read more about this lovely dog friendly cafe here

You may still be able to! We accept adoption requests from people who live up to 70 miles away.

Adam from K999 is a recognised clinical behaviourist and has supported North Clwyd Animal Rescue for over 15 years. You can visit his website here

Check out the information on our lost and found page for dogs here

Check out the information on our lost and found page for cats here

It costs between £200 and £350 to adopt a NCAR dog. This depends of the age and if the dog is a full Pedigree or not. All of these funds are used to help run our charity and enable us to help more dogs in need of our care. Find out more about dog adoption here.

It costs £95 for a cat (over one year old) and £120 for a kitten (under one year old) All of these funds are used to help run our charity and enable us to help more cats in need of our care You can find out more about cat adoption here

Unfortunately we cannot take in and treat wild animals. However if you visit this page on the British Wildlife Rehabilitation Council website there is a list of helpful organisations that can be searched by area.

The rabbit adoption fee is £60 for one rabbit and £100 for a pair. For guinea pigs the fee is £20. All of these funds are used to help run our charity and enable us to help more rabbits and guinea pigs in need of our care. Find out more about rabbit and guinea pig adoption here.

First of all a BIG thank you! Yes we have a Happy Tails section on this website and are always on the lookout for more Happy Tails. Just get in touch with us with a paragraph or two about your pet and some photographs! Check the Website topics and questions box on our contact form – it’s the last one..

Yes we can. Visit our rehoming page here where you will also find information that may help you to keep your pet

We are always in need of bric-a-brac, furniture, toys and good quality clothes. There is probably an NCAR shop near you – check out the list of charity shops here If you have a bulky item get in touch as we may be able to arrange collection if you can’t deliver the item yourself.

Sadly we cannot accept duvets, pillows or cushions for bedding for our animals. Our animals love their comfort, but they also like to create a snow storm during the night, we also cannot wash these items easily and they end up having to be thrown away, which cost the charity money to dispose of them.

First of all a BIG thank you! We now have a paying in funds raised form on the website – view it here And don’t forget to add details of how you raised the money so we can feature you on our website. And you can send photos via our contact form. You can also drop off payments at NCAR or post cheques to us.

Go to our cat adoption page here

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