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Why Are Dog Rescue Centres Important?

The Doggy Lottery interviewed St Giles Animal Rescue Chair of Trustees Jenny Green about the importance of Dog Rescue Centres.
‘As a charity, we were more than happy to contribute to this article which does a fantastic job of highlighting the plight of rescued dogs in the UK,’ says Jenny.

With Covid 19, the predicament caused for so many animals centres and zoos, any form of fundraising is a blessing. Coming first in the Doggy Lottery was a huge bonus raising over £500 for the centre. That money has helped feed, house and rehabilitate abused, abandoned and displaced pets within our care already. To read this fantastic article in full visit the Doggy Lottery Website.

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May Day Rescue Appeal

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May Day Rescue Appeal

We are working around the clock to keep our Pet Rescues safe. We desperately need your help to keep going through these difficult times. Please if you can spare a little or a lot, it would make a massive difference to us and our ability to keep this charity going. Please help. Thank you

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We rely completely on fundraising and donations. Without your support we would not be able to keep our charity going. With Covid-19 our normal charity events have been deferred and with no support from the Government we are in a critical position. 

Your help, more than ever before, is the difference between being able to rescue and re-home abused, abandoned, displaced pets, verses being euthanised.

This is a cry for help. Please if you can spare a little or a lot, it makes such a huge difference to us.

Thank you.