Happy National Pet Day

April 11th is National pet day, this is a day where we show our appreciation for our fluffy companions. The nation is a lover of pets, whether this be a dog or a cat or another exotic animal, and we treat them as a member of the family.

So as you hold your furry friend a little closer today it’s important to remember there are many animals who are not blessed with a loving family and here is just some of the ways you can show them some love on this day.

By supporting the animal shelters who provide for these homeless pets you are bettering their lives, this is a list of local shelters you can get involved with:

  • Manchester and Cheshire Dogs home

Manchester and Cheshire dogs home pride themselves on taking in and caring for abandoned dogs, the home takes in over 7,000 dogs each year. The home ensures all their dogs are fit and ready to be taken in by a loving family before they are put up for adoption. They also welcome support and donations from the community.

For ways to donate and get involved visit their website: http://www.dogshome.net/

 

  • Millstream Animal Shelter

Millstream is home to cats, dogs, rabbits and ferrets. This is a charity where animals are looked after even if they are yet to find a loving family. The shelter even offers support and advice to families who want to provide the best life for their pets.

For ways to donate and get involved visit their website: https://millstreamanimalshelter.co.uk/?p=a1_about_us

 

  • RSPCA

This charity works nationwide to ensure animals are loved and protected. They aim to defeat animal cruelty and are trusted to rescue animals in need. The RSPCA provide a home and care for animals in need and once they are healthy they are put up for adoption so they can grow old in a caring household.

For ways to donate and get involved visit their website: https://www.rspca.org.uk/home

April 11th is National pet day, this is a day where we show our appreciation for our fluffy companions. The nation is a lover of pets, whether this be a dog or a cat or another exotic animal, and we treat them as a member of the family.

So as you hold your furry friend a little closer today it’s important to remember there are many animals who are not blessed with a loving family and here is just some of the ways you can show them some love on this day.

By supporting the animal shelters who provide for these homeless pets you are bettering their lives, this is a list of local shelters you can get involved with:

  • Manchester and Cheshire Dogs home

Manchester and Cheshire dogs home pride themselves on taking in and caring for abandoned dogs, the home takes in over 7,000 dogs each year. The home ensures all their dogs are fit and ready to be taken in by a loving family before they are put up for adoption. They also welcome support and donations from the community.

For ways to donate and get involved visit their website: http://www.dogshome.net/

 

  • Millstream Animal Shelter

Millstream is home to cats, dogs, rabbits and ferrets. This is a charity where animals are looked after even if they are yet to find a loving family. The shelter even offers support and advice to families who want to provide the best life for their pets.

For ways to donate and get involved visit their website: https://millstreamanimalshelter.co.uk/?p=a1_about_us

 

  • RSPCA

This charity works nationwide to ensure animals are loved and protected. They aim to defeat animal cruelty and are trusted to rescue animals in need. The RSPCA provide a home and care for animals in need and once they are healthy they are put up for adoption so they can grow old in a caring household.

For ways to donate and get involved visit their website: https://www.rspca.org.uk/home

April 11th is National pet day, this is a day where we show our appreciation for our fluffy companions. The nation is a lover of pets, whether this be a dog or a cat or another exotic animal, and we treat them as a member of the family.

So as you hold your furry friend a little closer today it’s important to remember there are many animals who are not blessed with a loving family and here is just some of the ways you can show them some love on this day.

By supporting the animal shelters who provide for these homeless pets you are bettering their lives, this is a list of local shelters you can get involved with:

  • Manchester and Cheshire Dogs home

Manchester and Cheshire dogs home pride themselves on taking in and caring for abandoned dogs, the home takes in over 7,000 dogs each year. The home ensures all their dogs are fit and ready to be taken in by a loving family before they are put up for adoption. They also welcome support and donations from the community.

For ways to donate and get involved visit their website: http://www.dogshome.net/

 

  • Millstream Animal Shelter

Millstream is home to cats, dogs, rabbits and ferrets. This is a charity where animals are looked after even if they are yet to find a loving family. The shelter even offers support and advice to families who want to provide the best life for their pets.

For ways to donate and get involved visit their website: https://millstreamanimalshelter.co.uk/?p=a1_about_us

 

  • RSPCA

This charity works nationwide to ensure animals are loved and protected. They aim to defeat animal cruelty and are trusted to rescue animals in need. The RSPCA provide a home and care for animals in need and once they are healthy they are put up for adoption so they can grow old in a caring household.

For ways to donate and get involved visit their website: https://www.rspca.org.uk/home

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