THE BEAST FROM THE EAST BITES HARD
Winter at PACT is always challenging for both staff and animals but with this much snow and sub-zero temperatures it is our worst nightmare come true.
We need your help now more than ever – our income is down, and our costs are up during this extreme weather.
The increased costs of keeping our animals warm and comfortable plus the loss of income from the shops mean that we are over £30,000 down for this period.
Please click here for pictures, details and to see how you can help.
Please note PACT is not a visitors centre
PACT Animal Sanctuary in Norfolk East Anglia.
Open for viewing animals Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Cattery open hours: 1:30 - 3:30pm
Other animals: 12 noon - 3.30pm or by appointment
Please do not light Chinese lanterns
They do untold harm to animals and have been known to cause major fires resulting in loss of lives.
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