What We Do
We specialise in trauma and neglect cases, with 70% of our dogs having been subjected to excruciating pain and injury/torture. 50% of them come from killing stations in Europe. Dogs that end up in these places are either severely abused and mishandled, or destroyed using inhumane treatments such as being hit around the head with hammers or injected with paint stripper.
We also take in many unwanted and neglected dogs and cats from across the UK. These have been abused or abandoned and in need of someone to show them some love. This includes trapping many colonies of stray cats and kittens and rehabilitating them into pets.
As a UK registered charity, we have rescued over 1500 animals from across Britain and Europe, providing health care, rehabilitation, training and the loving new home that each one deserves.
Operating a strict ‘no-kill’ policy, we work with both disabled dogs and those with behavioural problems, to fully rehabilitate them, getting them wheelchairs and behavioural therapy to allow them to enjoy their life just like any other dog. This often means taking the ones that other charities will not touch and working with them, no matter how long it takes, to give them a second chance to lead a happy and fulfilled life.
Each soul is cared for by a skilled member of our team with compassion, respect and dedication. We truly believe every single soul deserves 100% effort and compassion to get them back on their feet.
All animals are matched as closely as possible to adopters and full aftercare support is provided by our qualified and devoted team throughout each animal’s life. It is not just the animal that needs support, we truly believe supporting adopters throughout their journey is just as important. To enable us to provide great aftercare, adopters are provided with a dedicated support member who can offer 1-2-1 follow-ups and access to our team of behaviourists. Adopters are also invited to join our online support group; our family of adopters that share stories, give support and provide plenty of laughter!
How You Can Help
Did You Know?
We provide emergency accommodation and treatment for dogs at local homeless shelters until their owners can get back on their feet. Our street team also provide a stream of blankets and dog coats throughout the winter months for the homeless and their dogs.
Our founder runs small after-school dog training sessions for secondary school pupils in the Kent area that are on behavioural report. These sessions help provide these kids with a sense of responsibility and a hands-on approach to learning. Many of our sessions result in a huge improvement in behaviour at school.
Our team give educational talks at schools, colleges and universities across the UK. No matter the level of education, Flori’s provides students with knowledge on topics from general pet husbandry to street dog behaviour as well as spreading the word on supporting animal rescues.
I adopted my beautiful girl Happy from them just over 2 months ago and the support throughout and after the adoption was faultless. I could not recommend Floris more and am so thankful to them for rescuing my baby girl and bringing her into my life.
We are so grateful to Flori’s for giving our girl Poppy a second chance at a good life. The support we have had post-adoption has been better than I could have ever imagined. They are a wonderful, selfless charity who are making massive differences to hundreds of animals (and peoples) lives.
They brought the most amazing beautiful dog into our lives ❤️ so professional and informative and genuinely care for their animals and where they go. Amazing Charity ❤️