Feline friends feel the benefit

By Farnham Herald in Community News

A CHARITY fundraiser held by Pets at Home in Farnham has been successful in raising more than £415 for Cats Protection’s Farnham and Wey Valley branch.

The branch also received some very generous donations of cat goods and food, which the feline friends are already enjoying.

The fundraising event was run by Support Adoption For Pets (SAFP), the charity established and supported by Pets at Home. Many of the organisation’s volunteers were in store selling cakes and tickets for the raffle, and thoroughly enjoyed meeting everyone and their furry companions.

Volunteer Sue Millward said: “We’d like to thank everybody who came by to show their support. We are really pleased with the amount we managed to raise – the money will make such a difference in giving unwanted cats a second chance in life.”

Cats Protection’s Farnham and Wey Valley branch is part of a national network of over 250 volunteer-run branches and 32 centres that together help more than 205,000 cats and kittens each year.

To find out more about adopting a cat or making a donation, contact the branch on 01252 334644.

Bryan Belncowe, Pauline Singleton, Sue Millward, Louise Kelly and Caroline Dickinsin as Paws

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