Society collects for furry friends
6:00pm Monday 14th October 2013 in News
A £1,000 donation will ensure a few more creature comforts for the animals at Greenacres Animal Rescue Centre this winter.
A cheque was recently donated by the Tenby branch of Yorkshire Building Society, along with a range of tasty treats.
Staff there have been busy collecting food, bedding and toys for the rescued cats and dogs to help make their time at the Talbenny centre a little more comfortable while they await loving new homes.
Branch manager, Sian Rees said: “We’re absolutely delighted to be acting as a drop-off point for Greenacres.
“Our customers and members of the public have been extremely generous in donating what they can to the cause and I’m sure the items will be of great benefit to the rescue centre."
Mikey Lawlor, manager at Greenacres, added: “As a charity that relies entirely on donations we are always extremely grateful to receive such generous gifts.”
Anyone wishing to drop items off for Greenacres Rescue Centre can do so by visiting Tenby’s Yorkshire Building Society branch on Tudor Square.