The QAWS official also stated that the facility will be able to accept animals only in emergency cases.
Over the past 10 years, QAWS volunteers have rescued over 3,000 animals and provided them with new homes both in Qatar and abroad.
has plans in place to relocate its 300 animals to a purpose-built permanent shelter, which is a process that could take up to 18 months.
In addition they also collected QR200 cash, which was presented to QAWS
officials in the form of a cheque.
Qatar Academy students volunteer their time as part of their community service curriculum at the QAWS shelter which was reduced to ashes last year.
On receiving the donation, Janet Berry of QAWS said, "Since we are not a registered charity we can only accept donations for payment of services and at the moment QAWS has a very large medical bill to pay.
Over the past 10 years, QAWS volunteers have rescued over 3,000 animals and provided each one with shelter, medical care and attention before finding them new homes both in Qatar and abroad.
With more than 200 animals to find homes for before the September 30 deadline, QAWS is asking for help from the public in securing the future of these animals.
With the group set to celebrate its eighth birthday this year, QAWS
has grown on an annual basis and is now well known throughout the country, having become for many the first port of call when dealing with issues related to animal welfare.
secretary, Kelly Allen: "Were delighted with the news that animals entering the UK from Qatar will no longer require quarantine.
Phyllis the goat, one of the more unusual animals at QAWS
With the soaring temperatures capable of causing serious health issues and even death for animals used to living outdoors, QAWS
adoption co-ordinator Kelly Allen offered some advice to ensure that pets survive the summer heat in good shape.