Society for Abandoned Animals


Established in 1966, The Society for Abandoned Animals take in and re-home unwanted and abandoned cats, dogs and rabbits. In 2010, we re-homed 196 cats, 5 dogs and 83 rabbits. We believe in giving our animals every chance to make a new and successful start in the right home.

All mature animals are neutered, micro-chipped and vaccinated.Pre-adoption visits are carried out for all animals to assess the suitability of potential new homes. We do not put any animal to sleep unless it is suffering physically, or psychologically, and the damage is irreparable, or in the case of dogs, where they display serious aggression problems and therefore cannot responsibly be re-homed. We successfully re-home a number of elderly animals, and animals with ongoing health and/or behavioural problems.

Society for Abandoned Animals, The Peggy Henderson Animal Charity, Mosley Acre Farm, Barfoot Bridge, Stretford, Manchester M32 9UP

tel: 0161 973 5318


The Cheshire Pet Charity Network is funded and run by the Willows Veterinary Group. This independently owned group comprises Abbeycroft Vet Surgery (Northwich), Acorn Veterinary Centre (West Kirby), Alsager Veterinary Surgery, Beech House Veterinary Centre (Warrington), Bridgefoot Veterinary Surgery (Warrington), Broom Cottage Vet Surgery (Wilmslow), Clarendon Vet Surgery (Altrincham), The Firs Veterinary Surgery (Kelsall), Holly House Veterinary Surgery (Knutsford), Laurels Veterinary Surgery (Runcorn), Lymm Veterinary Surgery, Manchester Vet Centre, Middlewich Veterinary Surgery, Station House Veterinary Centre (Hale), Willows Veterinary Hospital (Northwich)  and  Winsford Veterinary Surgery along with Oakwood Veterinary Referrals, Ashbrook Equine Hospital and 3 Farm Offices. We also have websites for Canine Reproduction , Shar Pei breed dogs and Lungworm In Dogs #.