Ensuring your beloved pet has a home, no matter what life throws at you.
A small local charity, set up to help the elderly and terminally ill with their pets when they cannot manage alone.
Who We Are
The Mutts Nutts Rescue works with individuals and their families to secure a safe and happy future for beloved companion pets. Our unique and personal approach means that we can keep a lifetime watching brief on pets registered with us, so ensuring their future wellbeing and safety. We also help elderly members of the community to rehome older pets when they find themselves alone but still able to provide a loving home for a furry companion.
The charity’s core team comprises our CEO/Operations Manager, Bec Wilson Sarah Kinkade, Assistant Operations Manager and our ‘hands-on’ Founders and Trustees.
Together they run the charity on a day-to-day basis, nurturing a talented and dedicated team of volunteers who provide support in the form of fostering, dog walking, transporting pets to the vet or groomer, and fundraising.
We are based in Stamford on the border of Rutland and Lincolnshire and became a Registered Charity in 2013. The Mutts Nutts Rescue team are proud to have helped many elderly and poorly owners with their pets through difficult times and to have brought joy and companionship to new owners who have provided loving homes to pets in need.
What We Do
The charity’s primary objective is to respect and preserve the special relationship between owners and their pets. Our core team and volunteers work in partnership with owners to overcome difficulties and provide practical help and support. This could be any aspect of day-to-day pet care, such as dog walking, trips to the vet or groomer, and foster care.
The Mutts Nutts Rescue provides a fostering service for pets whose owners face a spell in hospital, with volunteers taking pets into their homes and supplying love and care in abundance until the owner and pet can be reunited.
In addition, we offer long-term care for pets whose owners have died or moved to residential accommodation. Arrangements should ideally be made between owners and the charity well in advance, so owners have peace of mind knowing that their beloved companion will have a safe and happy future.
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About The Mutts Nutts Rescue
From the moment Charlie strolled through the door he became a part of my life, and whilst my plan was to foster him until a permanent home could be found, it took just a couple of weeks of getting to know the little chap to decide that he and I were made for each other!
Charlie helped me through the loneliness of lockdowns when, in common with “elderly” people everywhere I missed mixing with my family and friends. He was always there to make me smile and come rain or shine we would walk around the village where he has made many friends, human and canine alike.
I am eternally grateful to The Mutts Nutts Rescue for introducing me to Charlie, he has brought real joy and companionship into my life and I, in return, have been able to give him a loving forever home that he so deserves.