The Mayhew has set up an appeal for an animal ambulance that was stolen on July 8.
Mayhew CEO, Caroline Yates, said: “Our Mayhew ambulances have been on the road helping thousands of animals since 1925. They are vital to our work and having one of them stolen is having a huge impact on the number of animals we’re able to rescue.
“We desperately need to raise enough funds for a replacement, so anything anyone could donate would be very much appreciated.
“The animal ambulance is vital to our work and transported hundreds of sick and injured animals throughout its service with us. Being one ambulance down is having a huge impact on the amount of animals we are able to rescue. We urgently need to have an ambulance back on the road and we need to raise the funds as quickly as possible to make this happen.
“The new van we want to get is larger, safer and will be completely electric which will save us money in the future by being more efficient as well as being exempt from paying various road taxes and congestion charges.
“Any donations to help us pay for this ambulance would be greatly appreciated by all at Mayhew and will enable us to get back to offering our full service as soon as possible.”