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    This is a desperate appeal from PAWS ANIMAL SANCTUARY

    NewsGeneral Dog NewsTuesday 01 November 2011

    During the last few months we have heard of many animal rescue centres closing down through lack of funds. People are losing their jobs and their homes and these are desperate times for the animals the recession is not their fault. Paws is being inundated by animals facing death because of the recession. Paws currently only has funds to last until Christmas. We need to raise enough money to get us through the Winter or the future of our rescued animals will be very uncertain.We can only continue our essential work if we receive financial aid from animal lovers familiar with how hard we work to take in every homeless unwanted animal, sometimes whose owners have died, or gone into care, people move and leave pets behind, or can no longer afford to feed them or take them to the Vets. Many, many thanks to our supporters for all their previous donations. This is a desperate appeal from Paws and all our stray, abandoned and unwanted dogs, cats, kittens, rabbits, guinea-pigs, poultry, and our resident animals to old or infirm  to be rehomed. Please help us before it is too late! Every donation however small will help to ensure that Paws can continue to rescue and care for the many animals that so desperately need food and shelter and veterinary help. At this moment in time we have no outstanding bills or debts however  the day to day running costs are increasing at an alarming rate. Even with discounts from our friendly Vets and Food Suppliers these costs are escalating.
    We are planning our first Sponsored Walk from Sea Lane to Splash Point and back again. Saturday December 10th starting at 11am. Sponsor Forms from Paws or from Organiser Maggie Martin 01903 874 173 Mobile 07544 572702. Wrap up warm, if it snows bring skis! Please raise as much money as you can to help to get us through the Winter. Well behaved dogs very welcome.

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