An annual appeal helps bring Christmas to neglected dogs and cats..
Cats and dogs will love the food you donate this Christmas season.
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For the fifth year the “Give a dog a bone ..keep kitty content “ appeal is asking you to add an extra item of pet food to your shopping in December.
Appeal founder Nicola Addison says “by simply adding a packet or tin of pet food to your shopping and then dropping it off at one of our collection points you will be making a real contribution to the welfare of animals, both in homes where money is tight and in public and private run animal shelters.” The appeal was originally started to assist people living with HIV/AIDS who were experiencing difficulty feeding their pets, but has since broardened out to include many more people and their pets.
Contributions are distributed to:
·Monikas Doggy Rescue
·Rough Sleepers Project for -Homeless People With Pets
·2 HIV Organisations
·Northcott Community Centre
·Sutherland Shire Animal Shelter
It is so easy to do and the hundreds of people who have got behind it in years past know that they can really do something to help people who are facing hard times continue to care for their beloved pets, as well as giving dogs and cats in shelters a decent meal. This year Syney Mayor Clover Moore is getting behind the appeal by providing her electoral office as a drop off point for pet food.
The appeal runs from Dec 1 - Dec 18
Please take your items to one of the collection points listed