Community Pet Support Scheme (CPSS)

Aims to enhance and sustain human and animal well being within the community

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Meet your match Wednesday

Hi, I'm Fonzie I found my forever home on "Meet your Match Wednesday"

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Urgent Permanent Foster Home Needed For Molly

Molly is a six year old Labrador cross who has severe Hip Dysplasia

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Celebrate LAA's Diamond Jubilee Year with us

2016 sees LAA celebrate its Diamond Jubilee and there are some fantastic events planned including a Big Doggy Reunion Walk and a Tea Party. Watch this space for more information.....

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Join us for our LAA Doggy Reunion & Sponsored Walk

As part of our 60th Anniversary Celebrations, we are hosting a Doggy Reunion and Sponsored Walk at Burbage Common on Sunday 17th July from 11am - 3pm.

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Community Pet Support Scheme (CPSS)
Meet your match Wednesday
Urgent Permanent Foster Home Needed For Molly
Celebrate LAA's Diamond Jubilee Year with us
Join us for our LAA Doggy Reunion & Sponsored Walk
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Latest News

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Snowdon Cycle Challenge

Roger, Jack, Harry and Stef took on the Snowdon Cycle Challenge and have raised over £300 for Leicester Animal Aid

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LAA Chair Anne Martin receives Special Recognition Award

Anne Martin, LAA Chair, has dedicated her life to the care and wellbeing of animals has collected the first Special Recognition Award from the Association of Dogs and Cats Home (ADCH) after being nominated by her colleagues at Leicester Animal Aid.

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Upcoming Events

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60th Tea Party and Summer Mini Market

Come and grab yourself a bargain, tea and cake at our 60th Tea party and Summer Mini Market on Saturday 18th June from 10am - 2:30pm. 

 

 

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What does your donation buy?

Click here to insure your pet todayLeicester Animal Aid is a rescue and re-homing centre
for dogs and cats. 

Every year, we care for more than 500 dogs and cats who are lost, abandoned, neglected, unwanted or relinquished because their owners can no longer look after them.

We do not receive Government funding or National Lottery grants. We rely entirely on the generosity of people like you to keep our doors open to the hundreds of animals who need our help. 

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