Rescue centre inundated with new Christmas arrivals
9:00am Wednesday 1st January 2014 in News
GREENACRES Animal Rescue centre in Talbenny has been inundated with unwanted cats and dogs over the Christmas period.
The manager , Mikey Lawlor, told the Milford Mercury: “It’s been pretty hectic. Animals were being dropped off right up until Christmas Eve.
“We’ve run out of room for the dogs, they are staying in spare rooms and the stables.
“We stopped re-homing the animals over Christmas, but have now started back up, and a few adoption applications have been received this week, which is good news.”
The not-for-profit rescue centre receives no public funding and relies heavily on the support of the public, and a dedicated band of volunteers, who believe every animal deserves a second chance.
An appeal is being made for any donations of dog and cat food, cat litter and fleecy blankets to keep the animals warm over the winter months.
There are drop off points at the Greenacres shops in Charles Street, Milford Haven, St Govans Centre, Pembroke Dock, Pets at Home, Haverfordwest, Yorkshire Building Society, Tenby, and Sandyhill Nurseries in Saundersfoot.
To find out more about re-homing a dog or cat, or volunteering opportunities at Greenacres, visit the website www.greenacresrescue.org.uk or call the centre on 01437 781745.
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