Together For Animals - May's Featured Cause


Posted on April 30th, 2019 by Nina Chinsky

We believe that no animal should suffer from injury, disease, abuse or neglect.

Together for Animals raises much needed funds for its five member charities – Animal Health Trust, Blue Cross, Mayhew, SPANA and World Horse Welfare – who work to save pets and working animals from disease, neglect and abuse.


Together we are able to help change the lives of cats, dogs, donkeys, and horses by:

  • Fighting to ensure animals are treated with the respect and kindness they deserve
  • Finding happy homes for abandoned or unwanted pets and horses
  • Campaigning for animal welfare
  • Providing free veterinary care for working animals in the world’s poorest communities
  • Researching and treating disease and injury in animals

Every cat, dog, donkey and horse helped is dependent upon donations from people who share our love of animals.


Each year our members rescue and rehome 10,000 unwanted, abandoned, or neglected animals in need. In the UK and abroad in some of the world’s poorest communities, they provide 340,000 animals and their owners with support, including free veterinary treatment, saving animals from suffering as where their owners struggle to afford the treatment their animals need.

As well as caring for animals’ immediate and urgent needs, our members also are looking to improve their long term futures – by educating 200,000 people each year on the best ways to care for their animals, and developing better diagnosis, preventions and cures of disease and injury.


Supporting Together for Animals is an easy and effective way of helping a variety of animals in need, making a difference to their lives, now and in the future. Your donations are shared equally between all five charities. They receive no government funding and are totally dependent on the generosity of people like you.

Animals contribute so much to our mental and physical wellbeing. By working together we are ensuring that they can enjoy happier, healthier lives.



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