HEAVY HORSE SHOW Shoreham, Kent (just behind the train station)
RAIN will be in the main marquee from 10am on Sunday September 7th. Come along to join in the festivities, we hope to see you there.
EXCITING NEWS ! we are now on FACEBOOK
Keep an eye on what's happening on the RAIN front by going to our Facebook Page and follow us. Check out all the gorgeous photos of recent RAIN cats and kittens.
NEED HELP WITH NEUTERING YOUR CAT (OR DOG) ?
RAIN aims to reduce the number of unwanted pets (cats and dogs) by helping those struggling with neutering costs - Please contact us .
STORE COLLECTIONS AND FETES
RAIN will be at various locations in the area during the next few weeks. Check out the details by going to the EVENTS page. This is updated regularly when more events are confirmed so keep an eye out.
Who are we?
Rescued Animals in Need is made up of a group of hard working volunteers in the Sevenoaks area. Our main aim is to rescue, rehabilitate and then RE-HOME cats and kittens, and to provide any help that is needed in terms of general care and veterinary treatment.
Please note we work with cats and kittens only. We don't have our own premises as we are a small, volunteer led charity. We use a boarding cattery for our rescued animals and for this reason we are limited at any one time as to how many animals we can manage. We can only assist with re-homeable cats and kittens.
What area does RAIN cover?
Although only a small charity, Rescued Animals in Need covers a wide area south-east of London and includes: Bromley and surrounds, Orpington area, Sevenoaks, Edenbridge, Tonbridge, West Malling, Kings Hill, Tunbridge Wells, Maidstone, Westerham and surrounds, Biggin Hill and surrounds.
MAKING CONTACT with RAIN
Please contact us by email ensuring you give your FULL address including postcode and all relevant details relating to your enquiry
When Animals are Rescued by RAIN
As soon as animals come into RAIN's care they are taken to a Veterinary Surgeon where they receive any necessary attention. All animals are vaccinated and neutered, if this has not already been done, and are routinely treated for worms and fleas. On veterinary advice, any cats felt to be at risk are blood-tested for certain diseases. Animals are then settled into the boarding cattery that RAIN uses and cared for whilst a permanent home is sought for them. Homes are sought for the animals through advertising, in local papers and through this website.
Find out more and HOW TO DONATE
Have a look at our EVENTS PAGE for details of forthcoming fundraising events and HOW YOU CAN HELP; our Success Stories page to find out how animals homed by RAIN are doing; our more about Rain page for a brief history of the charity and more details about how we help. If you would like to make a donation to help the animals please visit our Just Giving Page