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Shelter Life: May 2018

It is with great pride we can announce that Cheltenham Animal Shelter has been chosen, alongside Pied Piper Appeal, to be the Mayor of Cheltenham’s charities for 2018-19. Mayor Bernard Fisher was inaugurated on 16th May at Pittville Pump Rooms, where the outgoing Mayor Klara Sudbury passed on the chains of office in an official […]

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Shelter Life: April 2018

Think before you tick…or don’t. Have you heard of GDPR? Chances are you are already being affected by it even if you didn’t realise; General Data Protection Regulation comes in to effect on May 25th and is the reason you will be receiving lots of requests for permission to keep in touch with you. The […]

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Shelter Life: March 2018

Your opportunity to be a part of something special at Cheltenham Animal Shelter. We are nearing completion of a brand new state-of-the-art Young Animal Centre to provide the best possible start to kittens and puppies born or left at the Shelter. The new facilities include a kitten maternity unit, puppy accommodation and new feeding and […]

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Shelter Life: February 2018

Here at Cheltenham Animal Shelter we are constantly striving to provide the best environment for the animals in our care. We know that kennels and cat pods can never replace a loving home, but while pets are here waiting to be adopted we want them to be as comfortable and relaxed as we possibly can. […]

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Shelter Life: January 2018

Later this month our Education Officer, Deb Morgan, leaves us on maternity leave and this seems the perfect time to reflect on her incredible 12 years of service at the Shelter so far… Deb joined us way back in 2005 as a kennel hand, working on our boarding block. “During my studies at University of […]

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Shelter Life: December 2017

It’s a busy time for us here at the Shelter! We have over 100 animals with us at the moment, looking for their new forever homes. While things for the cats remain pretty much unchanged – their individual, heated pods are quite cosy during the winter – for the dogs and small animals it is […]