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The Sanctuary's fields and woodland provide a valuable safe haven to a wide variety of wild animals who live in and pass through our land and a 'safe' buffer zone for our animals between the Sanctuary and surrounding land.The central area of the Sanctuary is fenced with double height stock fencing within which all the cats sleeping chalets are contained.We are proud to work alongside local training establishments to provide support and ongoing involvement with our dogs once they have moved on to their families.We are a foster based rescue, and our foster families provide us with vital information during assessment of our animals, and provide lots of ongoing training, love and input whilst animals are with them.We have all sorts of cats needing homes – from pairs of kittens to elderly cats; cats needing homes with gardens and cats suitable for indoor-only homes; single cats, pairs or trios; and (not forgetting) feral and semi-feral cats who are seeking suitable outdoor homes.
Since then we have successfully rehomed well over 300 dogs, who are happily living with their new families.
We very rarely use kennels, only ever as a short term back up, whilst making onward training programmes and formulating foster plans for our dogs.
The Celia Hammond Animal Trust website brings you news from across the charity, our two London Veterinary Clinics, East Sussex Sanctuary and Head Office.
The events of Tuesday 9th Jan were extremely traumatic for our resident animals and shocking and distressing for our staff and volunteers who for about an hour and a half struggled to chase the large fox hounds back out of the Sanctuary grounds.
We have lodged a complaint with the Police and East Sussex and Romney Marsh Hunt and will be seeking legal advice on the way forward.