Mayhew is more than an animal rescue centre. We are working to improve animal welfare in the community and to support the people who live in it. Our team work with people in crisis or in need of support and protect the vital bond they share with their animal.
At Mayhew, we rescue and rehome hundreds of animals every year. We help dogs, puppies, cats and kittens that are looking for their second chance. Every animal receives a full behavioural and health assessment so that we can find them their ideal family.
Meet our dogs and cats looking for a home.
If you need help rehoming your animal, please contact our Reception team on 020 8962 8000. Our office hours are 9-5pm, Monday – Saturday.
We provide shelter and care for the pets of people in crisis for short periods of time.
We are working to improve animal welfare in the community and support the people who live in it.
Our volunteers take their behaviourally assessed dogs into hospitals, mental health centres, SEN schools, care homes and hospices to help improve the quality of life for those interacting with the animal.
We work closely with homelessness charities across London to make sure we keep people and their animals together. We also provide food to food banks in our 5 boroughs.
We currently work to provide pet supplies to struggling pet owners in our community, along with 1:1 advice and support.
Mayhew’s community veterinary clinic provides free preventative veterinary interventions for low-income pet owners living within one of five London boroughs - Ealing, Brent, Hammersmith & Fulham, Kensington and Chelsea, and Westminster.
Has your pet suddenly fallen ill or had an accident? We have a list of contacts for emergency help with your pet.
At our community vet clinic, we offer free neutering services for eligible pet owners.
Mayhew’s community veterinary clinic provides free preventative veterinary interventions for eligible pet owners.
At Mayhew, we offer free microchipping at our community vet clinic for eligible pet owners.
Flea and worm prevention and treatment for cats and dogs with eligible pet owners.
Find out if you are eligible for our preventative vet care services.
We address issues around free-roaming dog and cat populations, assisting local and national governments to proactively deliver programmes in a more humane and effective way. We also provide capacity building for the local veterinary profession through access to training and work to change people’s behaviours and attitudes towards animals.
Mayhew has been working in Kabul, Afghanistan since the early 2000s but was officially registered as an NGO in Afghanistan in 2016.
Mayhew started working in Georgia in 2014 and registered as an NGO there in 2018 under the name Mayhew Georgia.
Mayhew offers veterinary training, shelter medicine and management courses to animal welfare organisations from abroad.
Mayhew is entirely funded by public donations. Please consider supporting us.Donate