The centre cares for more than 200 stray animals
Thousands of pounds worth of equipment has been stolen from a dogs home in Warwickshire.
Computers, video cameras, mobile phones and collection boxes were taken from The National Canine Defence League, near Kenilworth.
The dog rehoming centre, which relies solely on public money, cares for more than 200 stray and abandoned animals.
Jane Rose from the centre says they are in the middle of a million-pound expansion project to build more kennels.
"We just think it's absolutely disgraceful," she said.
"Staff are shocked and just can't believe it's happened."
The equipment was stolen from temporary offices, set up because of the building work.
There will be three times as many kennels when the work finishes in the New Year.