‘Hunter The Good Boy’ campaigns to assist his furry pals as demand for Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home’s assist companies skyrocket.
Edinburgh’s insta-famous ‘petfluencer’ Hunter (@hunter.the.good.boy) has been named as Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home’s very first ‘Ambassadog’.
Stepping up for the position, Hunter visited the home to seek out out extra in regards to the companies they provide and lend a paw loading up the food-bank donations van.
A frequent customer to the Home’s Big Dog Park, positioned at Seafield promenade, Hunter’s house owners typically e-book out the non-public rent outside area to permit him to take pleasure in some free time to run round in a safe area.
Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home enlisted the assistance of Hunter to assist unfold the phrase about their winter marketing campaign as they face an unprecedented enhance in demand for his or her assist companies together with meals banks and emergency meals packages.
The charity’s Winter Appeal is looking out for assist to allow them to supply very important help for animals in want and assist individuals to maintain their beloved pets at home this winter.
Depending on the funding from public donations and the help of volunteer assist to assist workers, The Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home finds winter an particularly troublesome season as excessive vitality costs drain funds whereas demand for his or her very important companies will increase.
Lindsay Fyffe-Jardine, CEO of Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home, defined, “We have seen a devastating increase in the number of surrender requests that we have received this year. This is due to various factors, including financial difficulties, behavioural issues and personal circumstances. We have supported pets for 140 years and it’s so important now, more so than ever, that we continue to receive donations and help provide pets with a safe place to recover, find love and also enable owners going through hard times to stay together with their pets.
“We don’t judge anyone or their circumstances and know that the rise in the cost of living has caused some to struggle to make ends meet. Winter can be especially tough, so with the support of our new Ambassadog Hunter, we are appealing to those who can, to make a donation. £20 can provide a cat with the vaccinations they require to be rehomed or £100 could keep a dog warm in the Home for three months.”
To make a donation please go to www.edch.org.uk/winterappeal OR textual content SURRENDER to 70560 to donate £5.
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