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HEARTRescued Animals Awaiting Homes Now

Call Gill on 0117 382 4351 or email if you can offer homes for these animals

HEART was formed in 1996 and is based in the Bristol area.

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Our aim is to find secure new homes for animals that have been abandoned or whose owners can no longer care for them. We help dogs, cats, rabbits, horses, goats and many other animals throughout the South West and South Wales. Find out more about HEART.

Scroll down to view just a selection of the animals that are currently awaiting new homes; the situation is changing day by day. If you do not see the companion for you please contact us as we may have just what you’re looking for waiting to come in.


Bertie is an 8 year old Pug x Chihuahua, he is loving and affectionate, mostly obedient but can be stubborn.

Bertie is looking for a home with an enclosed garden, adults only, he is not used to living with children and though there is no malice he can be a bit of a cat chaser so would be best as an only pet.

Bertie is in the process of trying to lose some weight so new owner must be prepared to continue with Berties goal to find his waist!


Missy is a young cat probably 1 or 2 years old, she is spayed, vaccinated and microchipped.

Missy has had a hard life and is not very trusting of people, she will take a long time to settle and relax in a new home. She is looking for someone in a quiet area who lives a quiet life, she would not be happy with children or other animals.

Missy's new mum/dad must have lots of time and patience and she must be kept indoors for the foreseeable future, she would also benefit from the use of a spare room where she can get to know you without so many places to hide.

Missy is a work in progress but once you break through her shy outer shell we are confident you will find a loving, affectionate little girl on the inside.

Call Gill on 0117 382 4351 or email if you can offer homes for these animals

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