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We have done some little videos of some of our cats so you can see how grateful they are for a little love and affection.  We are trying to do more but meanwhile please have a look at some of our kitties.  They are gorgeous and really deserve a good home.

T.A.G. Pet Rescue tries to rehome unwanted pets looking for new homes in Margate, Broadstairs, Ramsgate and the surrounding areas.  Our animal sanctuary is based at Lydden Farm, Valley Rd, Margate Kent CT9 4LF Telephone 01843 822931  Our Registered charity number  is 1110837

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If you would like any further information about the work of TAG, please send us an email: tagpet@btinternet.com – Don’t forget to include a telephone number with your enquiry.

To see some of the pets desperately needing a home

CLICK ON THE LEFT PANEL under ADOPT A PET

and you can then choose cats, dogs, bunnies etc.

Check out our ‘Archive’ section, here you will find animals who are still needing a home even after many months, in some cases years, of being in our care.

TAG’S DOG OF THE MONTH 

NEO

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Neo is a beautiful 8-year old medium-sized black Lurcher (Whippet/Labrador cross) who previously lived for many years as part of a family and who came into care through no fault of his own.   Brought up with children, he was relinquished to TAG when another baby was due so now he very much deserves a ‘forever’ home.  He is a happy, loyal and affectionate dog with many endearing qualities. Fit and healthy with a shiny, glossy coat, he has an intelligence that is a delight to experience.  In his temporary home, he is to be found either curled up near the feet of his foster carer or ‘chilled out’  nearby, totally relaxed.

Neo would do best in a home with no small dogs or cats but perhaps with larger dogs and maybe older children/grandchildren within the family.  Since being in foster care, Neo has enjoyed twice-daily walks (something he may not have been previously exposed to).  He is learning how to walk well on a lead and is becoming more accustomed to outside stimuli.  He is beginning to mix well with larger dogs but can become excitable around small dogs.

Neo has been neutered, vaccinated, chipped etc.  If you could consider giving Neo a forever home to retire to.’  Please call Debbie on 07986146145.

WHY REHOME A RESCUE PET?

If you’ve had pets before, you’ll remember that feeling of bringing a new furry friend through your front door for the first time. Watching them sniff around their new home and get adjusted, thinking ‘is this where I live now? Great!’ Having a pet who loves you unconditionally and wants nothing but cuddles, a warm bed and a nice meal can be so rewarding. Imagine if you rescued that pet from a rehoming centre knowing they needed your love and patience even more than most animals, after being abandoned, mistreated or simply given away?

WHY TAG PET RESCUE?

At TAG, our mission is to care for and rehome as many animals as we can. We don’t receive government funding so we rely on donations, income from our shops and the tireless work of volunteers to keep the centre going; it’s a true labour of love!

We’ll pop by your house for a visit before you rehome one of our pets. This way everyone can be really confident that you, your home and your pet are a perfect match before making a decision.

All of our cats, dogs and rabbits are spayed or neutered, something we feel very strongly about

  • Our cats and dogs are microchipped and the cats are vaccinated
  • Our cats and dogs are treated for fleas when they arrive at the centre
  • Our cats and dogs are all wormed and rabbits are inoculated again myxamotosis

 

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Call: 01843 822931
Email: tagpet@btinternet.com


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