This last year was an unforgettable challenge but our teams have still achieved some incredible feats to help both animals and humans.See our impact
This gorgeous girl is looking for a home where she can sit and watch the world go by, whilst getting some nice tickles behind her ears of course! Could you have the purrfect home for Felix?Meet Felix
Have you bitten off more than you can chew with your pet? Check out our brand new advice hub, offering plenty of tips, suppawt and fun ideas for you and your pet.Take me to the hub
What are Mayhew doing during the coronavirus pandemic?Find out more
We are an animal welfare charity working to improve life for dogs, cats and the people in our community – at our home in London and internationally.
During the current coronavirus pandemic we are adapting how we work to ensure we can be there for as many animals and people as possible:
All of the latest updates about Mayhew's operational changes and our advice for pet owners during Covid-19.
We are offering a variety of support for those who need it during Covid-19.
We have been inundated with calls from our local community who are desperately in need of help.
At the end of July 2021, the team at Mayhew Afghanistan reached a significant milestone when they passed more than…Read More
At the end of April, Mayhew Georgia together with Doggie Doc started their campaign of spay & neuter drives in…Read More
Road to recovery – and reunion Jacqueline unfortunately had a few more roadblocks to navigate before they could all be…Read More
Our friends at Burns Pet Nutrition are here to help If you suspect your dog is overweight, you’re not alone….Read More
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We receive no government funding and your donations allow us to take care of animals that desperately need our help.
The Duchess of Sussex is a Patron of Mayhew. We are thrilled that The Duchess shares our commitment to improving the lives of animals and people at home and internationally, and are extremely excited to make a real difference to dogs, cats and communities together.Find out more