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Opening Hours

Please note PACT is not a visitors centre.

PACT Animal Sanctuary in Norfolk East Anglia.

Open for viewing animals  Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday.

12 noon - 3.30pm or by appointment.

THE GOOD NEWS
 

IN 2016 WE MADE A DIFFERENCE TO 

 

1081     &    1188

    DOMESTIC ANIMALS              WILDLIFE ANIMALS    

PACT animal sanctuary animal rescue



THE BAD NEWS

DONATIONS DOWN BY 22%

SHOP TAKINGS DOWN BY 18%


COSTS UP BY 10% - FEED+PETROL+LIVING WAGE+PENSIONS
 

WE MUST MAINTAIN OUR STANDARDS

 

PLEASE BE GENEROUS IN 2017
 

HELP US MAKE A DIFFERENCE

 


Please do not light Chinese lanterns, says the government

They do untold harm to animals and have been known to cause major fires resulting in loss of lives.

See the new government guide lines here.

 


 

PACT animal sanctuary rescues, rehabilitates, and where possible re-homes, neglected, injured and abandoned animals. Their specialty is 'problem animals', victims of physical or mental abuse, they are coaxed back to health, overcoming their behavioral distress, and restoring their dignity. In most cases these poor creatures would have had no option other than euthanasia. There are more than 1600 animals/birds being cared for at the sanctuary.

PACT has never and would never share information about their supporters with any 3rd party

Cattery Closure

Cattery Closure

PACT and other cat rescue centres occasionally admit cats suffering from a virus that gives then sore mouths.

At least 75% of all cats in any area will be carriers of this virus and many will suffer from symptoms.
This is a problem that we, along with other rescue centres and boarding and breeding catteries have faced for a considerable time.

Although here at PACT we do have a lengthy quarantine procedure this is not sufficient to control the disease as cats can be devoid of symptoms and yet still be carriers. There has been further recent studies carried out and PACT has taken part in addition to doing our research as to the best way we can protect our cats as well as the interest of our supporters who wish to offer homes to rescued cats.

This has meant that sadly we have had to close our cattery whilst this research was carried out and a new protocol was worked out to minimise the risks.

PACT is one of the few rescue centres that fully quarantine and carry out expensive routine tests on our cats.

Hopefully once staff are comfortable with the new protocol we will be able to open our cattery visitors. Hopefully this will happen within the next two weeks but please call us before you start your journey to check.