Many Tears Animal Rescue
Many Tears Animal Rescue (MTAR) is a rescue based in South Wales but has dogs in foster homes throughout the UK. We also take in a small number of cats each year. Read more ...
Many Tears Animal Rescue, Many Tears Rescue and Many Tears are all trading names of Many Tears Animal Rescue a company registered in England and Wales No 6200947.
Reg. Office: Cwmlogin House, Cefneithin, Llanelli, Carmarthenshire SA14 7HB.
Photo courtesy of Adrian Sherratt
Many Tears Animal Rescue was set up as a Not For Profit Company. The objectives of this Association are: to take in and re-home unwanted dogs; to provide a special living environment; to help them adapt and find permanent homes of their own.
Latest News & Requests
IT TAKES LESS THAN A MINUTE TO HELP SAVE LITERALLY THOUSANDS OF DOGS.
A ridiculous EU ruling to enforce rabies jabs to allow dogs to travel from Ireland (A RABIES FREE COUNTRY) to the UK will cost literally thousands of dogs lives.
The cost and waiting time to be allowed to travel will make it impossible for dogs and pups from pounds to be rescued by dog lovers in the UK. This rule only applies to Southern Ireland NOT northern Ireland.
Please sign this petition set up by one of the many rescues heart broken thinking of the deaths that will occur.
If you are in the media, in the public eye, an avid writer or just someone who cares, PLEASE do more.... Time is running out and sadly, there will be many more dogs that cannot be saved. We have already heard of rescues that have cancelled trips from Ireland to the UK this week in fear of fines and the dogs being impounded. This means that *right now* dogs that would otherwise be saved are being euthanized because there is no rescue space for them.
To recap, the issue is that although, technically, dogs coming from Eire to the UK are subject to EU passport rules, they have never been enforced because there is no rabies in Ireland (north or south) and no border controls between the the North and the Republic. Now rescues are being asked to comply with a completely unnecessary rabies vac and extra quarantining. This is expensive (an extra €90 per dog) and ties up kennelling space that is in desperately short supply already. Dogs Trust, which has a centre in Dublin and sends about 1,000 dogs a year to the UK through their rehoming centres here, estimate it will cost them close to an £1 million a year - a complete waste of donated funds that could be used to save more dogs.
Please CLICK HERE and sign the petition and share it.
COURSES FOR HORSE LOVERS
After years of a love of horses Sylvia wanted to do something to help the plight of unwanted and mistreated equines. Many Tears is running a FREE program to help anyone who has an interest in horses or who owns one or is thinking of owning one. Katy, who runs the courses, will do regular writeups about the horses at Many Tears which will be posted on our Courses for Horse Lovers page.
Read Katy's write ups about what's going on at Many Tears HERE