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bruno post surgery

Bruno’s story

Sadly, our lovely Bruno has had to be put to sleep. The complexities of his condition were just too much for him to manage in the end and the kindest thing to do was to let him go.


Appeal to help dog left with only one working leg after horrific accident

Giselle is our most complex case to date. After suffering a horrendous accident she’s been left with just one working leg.

Daisy getting comfy after surgery

Daisy’s Story

A very sad message, regarding our golden oldie Daisy, who was run down by a car and left at the side of the road for 4 days.

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WIN a Pet Portrait!

Win an A3 Pet Portrait of your adored pet from the incredibly talented Sarah Mirfin Art!


Agnes’ Story

Poor Agnes had to endure around 6/7 years of torture from her owner. The rescue tried to take her from her owner many times, but sadly as there is no law enforcement in Romania against animal cruelty, we could not get her.

Flori's Volunteer of the Month

January’s Volunteer of the Month – Gary Barrell

Gary has volunteered with Flori’s Friends Rescue for nearly two years, fostering many of our more serious cases and helping to rehabilitate them into their new homes. All of Gary’s fosters are still in their forever homes, doing extremely well.


Hank’s Story

Meet Hank, a 4 year old boy weighing in at a whopping 8.5kg! Hank was part of stray colony living in Herne Bay, Kent.

Erin Shepherd - Animal Welfare Manager

Meet our Animal Welfare Manager – Erin

This month, we spoke to our Animal Welfare Manager, Erin, to find out how she got involved with Flori’s and how she helps our rescues to find their forever homes.


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6 ways you can support Flori’s Friends

We’re often asked how people can help support our work in rescuing cats and dogs from a sad, often desperate life. As such, I thought I’d set out some of the top ways that our wonderful supporters make it possible for us to continue with our lifesaving work and make such a difference to these animals’ lives.