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We are a group of people based around Alderley Edge, Cheshire who are dedicated to helping animals in need. We can very occasionally offer some financial help with regard to veterinary treatment, neutering, special diets etc. (If funds permit!)

A limited number of cats can be taken in with a view to re-homing them and we have some facilities which are especially suitable for outdoor or feral cats. *

A register is operated, giving details of dogs and cats needing new homes for one reason or another.

Road Traffic Accidents: On receipt of a telephone call, one of our members will collect the casualty and attempt to identify and contact the owner.

We offer practical help to owners who are unlucky enough to have a pet go missing, using our network of supporters to circulate details and suggesting websites on which to post notification of the lost animal/bird. We have pages on our website for you to use.

PET SITTING For a donation to our funds, we can also look after your pets (mostly cats) in your own home whilst you are away (we can water your plants too, but take no responsibility for them!) We can also undertake short notice sittings, so a family emergency need not be a problem to you in respect of the livestock.

If you think you would like to use our services - or assist us to help others:

Please call us on Freephone 0800 298 4884 or send an email to:

We look forward to hearing from you! Remember, we are not yet a registered charity, due to our low income - but we are certainly a "not for profit" concern - one look at our vets' bills will confirm this!

If you would like to make a donation to help the Animal Support Volunteers, please go to our page entitled To Donate where there is an on-line facility and also details of off-line giving.


* Two of our outdoor cats enjoying their "stable" life at Bradford Lane! Jasper the Ginger and his best friend Edward Appleton !!


More rescued cats enjoying their new life with ASV at the stables!

Rosie and Sybil (the grey cat) in the Cosyhomes

Collymore and Edward Appleton (again!) on the hay

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