Many Tears Animal Rescue
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|x||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 was originally 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.
In November 2020 Many Tears Animal Rescue became a registered charity. (No: 1192227). Reg. Office: Cwmlogin House, Cefneithin, Llanelli, Carmarthenshire SA14 7HB.
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|LADY C ANNOUNCED AS PATRON OF MANY TEARS ANIMAL RESCUE|
The best-selling author, socialite and TV personality - Lady Colin Campbell or Lady C as she is often referred to, has become the Patron for Many Tears Animal Rescue, a rescue centre that is most well-known for the rehoming of dogs, many of these previously used for breeding.
The charity, which rehomes in the region of 3000 dogs a year is based in Llanelli, Wales but has a network of volunteer fosterers across the UK who help widen the reach of potential adopters.
Lady C said she heard about the charity from one of their fosterers who lives locally to her and was so moved to hear of their work that she asked whether there was a way she could help them.
Founder and CEO of the charity, Sylvia Van Atta, said she was “Absolutely thrilled’’ when she heard of the kind offer and invited her to become Patron.
A true lover of animals, Lady C has a King Charles spaniel called Mickie (pictured) and a cat called Treasure. She refers to them as her “very spoilt furry family”.
Many Tears Animal Rescue has been featured on several television channels highlighting its work in taking in dogs that have never experienced the love or kindness of humans. Often they will not have been inside a home before and are frequently in need of veterinary treatment on arrival.
Speaking from her home in West Sussex Lady C said “If I can help raise the profile of this incredible charity and bring attention to the amazing work they do, I will be absolutely delighted’’.
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Many Tears has a YouTube channel where you can find out more about the
rescue and the work we do.