Hounslow Animal Welfare Society
Established in 1976, Hounslow Animal Welfare Society (HAWS) rehomes hundreds of abandoned cats and other domestic animals (except dogs) each year. The charity has a strict non-destruction policy.
Age: 4 years
Fostering or adoption
Foster homes are always needed for cats, kittens, rabbits and guinea pigs while the charity finds new homes for them. Sometimes our foster homes adopt the animals they are looking after.
Please note that the charity is nearly always full of animals looking for homes, but if you would like to make an enquiry about rehoming please click on the following links for cats & kittens, or rabbits & guinea pigs to email us
Appeal for Georgie
Help us raise £1,500.
Georgie was diagnosed with bladder stones which must have been very painful and she has had to have them surgically removed. We have set up this fundraising appeal to cover her treatment which has already cost £1,500, as we have had a few cats recently needing a great deal of expensive veterinary care.
To see what’s new at our charity go to our News pages. We have various news categories including External, HAWS news, Fundraising, Happy endings,| Rescue stories. If you have any articles for our website/e-shots you’d like to submit please email us. Also if you’d like to be kept up to date when news comes in, subscribe to our e-shots by filling in the form on the right of this page.
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Become a member of HAWS
To be more active within the charity, you can join us by becoming a member.
Homes wanted for feral cats
Please neuter your kittens!
One of the key reasons for the huge number of unwanted pets and strays coming to our charity, is that people are not neutering them. Neutering your animals has lots of benefits, both for their health and wellbeing. They are less likely to become problem pets due to territorial issues and/or being allowed to breed.