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    Our own Dr. Mohammadzai leads training of vets in reproductive surgery in Algiers

    Caroline Yates, Head of International Projects & Relations, Mayhew, says, “We are incredibly proud of Dr Mo for delivering such…

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    Dog saved from drowning in London canal now has loving ‘fur ever’ home!

    A female dog rescued from Brent canal in London by two observant passers-by, now has a loving forever home. When…

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    First not-for-profit neutering clinic set to open in Tbilisi, Georgia  

    As part of Animal Welfare Week 2022, Mayhew Georgia, has today announced that it is set to open the first…

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    Facing the cost-of-living crisis this Animal Welfare Week

    Animal Welfare Week (3–9 October) and World Animal Day (4 October) are marked annually by those whose mission is to…

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    Mayhew Georgia kicks off mobile clinic season!

    During the first half of 2022, Mayhew Georgia has been working with local NFP group “Kakheti” on a project to…

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    Black cat Molly reunited with her owner

    Molly, who has also since been neutered by our Veterinary team, is back living with her loving owner Colin who’s…

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    An interview with a cat foster carer

    Have you ever thought about fostering cats, but wonder how it works? We interviewed Sana, one of our dedicated cat…

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    Everything you need to know about fostering kittens

    Have you ever thought about becoming a kitten foster carer? Fostering kittens (or any animal) is an incredibly rewarding experience,…

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    An interview with a Mayhew reception voluteer

    It’s Volunteers’ Week, and we’re celebrating the hard work and dedication of Mayhew’s amazing volunteers. We interviewed Nynke, who has…

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