Meet baby Willow, found crawling the dirty streets with her siblings, motherless, hungry and exhausted. Little Willow has been gently nurtured back to health by Team Flori and is now looking for a family to call her very own. This lovely little lady has so much love to give and really enjoys affection from humans …
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Peaches has spent her whole life tied to a short chain, starved and beaten day in, day out – she is 8 years old and has spent all her life enduring a living hell. Find out how she’s doing now.
Gift Aid – an easy way to help us raise more money if you are a UK Taxpayer
Gift Aid is an easy way to help us to raise more money. It allows charities to claim an extra 25p from HMRC for every £1 donated by most UK taxpayers and it makes a huge difference to us, without costing you a single penny extra. If you’d like us to be able to do this on any donations you make to us, find out how, here.
Have your Flori’s Rescue feature in our 2022 calendar
Find out how your Flori’s rescue could feature in our limited edition 2022 calendar.
Could you Fundraise for Flori’s?
With lockdowns easing, we’re looking for help with our fundraising. We’ve got some big plans to enable us to rescue even more animals that desperately need our care, so if you like to set yourself a challenge, then please think about doing it for Flori’s!
Giselle’s journey to walk again
Giselle has now received her prosthetic leg and is undergoing hydrotherapy to strengthen her chest.
See how she’s getting on with gaining some of her mobility back.
Support us when you shop at Pets at Home
Help support Flori’s Friends Rescue every time you shop at Pets at Home, the Groom Room, Vets 4 Pets or Companion Care.
Cats with FIV needing forever homes
Whilst there is no cure, cats with FIV can have a similar life expectancy to cats without the disease and make very happy indoor companions, for those that are looking for an indoor only cat.
Bramble was discovered in Romania with a broken spine and therefore paralysed. He underwent a double rear amputation over there, but unfortunately suffered a number of healing complications and so was transferred to us to continue his care.