We are living in very difficult times at present with the spectre of Covid 19 ever present.

Paige March

 

With this in mind we need to protect the people who are caring for our dogs and cats so for the time being we will not be rehoming any of the animals. We will continue to care for them until the threat from coronavirus is over.

This will cause a big strain on our funds as we will have a great deal more money being spent than is coming in.

We appreciate that everyone is under a great deal of strain in these uncertain times but if anyone is able to make a donation to help us care for the 5 dogs and 36 cats currently in our care it
would be greatly appreciated.

 

 

 

 

You can do so via Give as You Live
https://donate.giveasyoulive.com/fundraising/difficult-times.

Thank you so much to everyone who has given their support.

Stay safe.

Update 2nd April

We are very, very grateful to everyone who has sent donations to help our Waifs and Strays during this very difficult time. It is at times like this that we need our friends and our Waifs and Strays certainly have lots of those which is wonderful to know. Fortunately they are all well.

The dogs are getting lots of lovely walks with the girls at the kennels and also having fun-time in the enclosed exercise area.

mabel april 2020 Paige April

 

The cats are enjoying lots of fuss and attention and have plenty of toys to play with.

Betty 4 Polar

We are sadly no longer able to find any of them new homes until this awful Coronavirus has been dealt with, but they will be well looked after and they are safe.

Money is being spent much faster than it is coming in as we are not able to do any fundraising at the moment so we would be most grateful to anyone who is able to make a donation , no matter how small, to help us pay the bills for the care of the dogs and many cats who are currently staying with us. You can make a donation via Give as you Live:
https://donate.giveasyoulive.com/fundraising/difficult-times. All the money donated will be used to pay for the care of the animals. We do not have premises of our own, so have no maintenance costs and everyone who works for Cheadle Animal Welfare Society is a volunteer.

We would also be grateful for donations of food, especially cat food, which can be left in the food collection ‘Kennel’ in the entrance to Morrisons in Cheadle, at Cross Street Pet Stores, Cheadle and also at Pets at Home, Uttoxeter. Treats for the dogs are also greatly appreciated.

Thank you all so much. and please keep yourselves safe.

 

 
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