Petique donates supplies to animal charities

| 17/08/2010

(CNS: The Cayman Islands Humane Society and Cayman Wildlife Rescue recently received such much needed supplies from Petique. Both groups received numerous supplies including pet carriers, caging, leashes, food bowls and pet beds. Jackie Balls owner of Petique commented, “We are just happy to do our part by giving these items to help animals in need.”(Left to right: Alison Corbett – CWR, Jackie Balls – Petique, Carolyn Parker – CIHS and Peter John Balls – Petique)

The Humane Society gratefully received the supplies, using many of them as gifts for people adopting from the shelter. CIHS President Carolyn Parker said, “We are currently offering a free gift, while supplies last, for those persons adopting a cat or dog from the shelter.” For more information on the Humane Society members of the public can call 949-1461 or visit the shelter to meet the available cats and dogs ready for adoption. Members of the public can also contribute by donating used items for the book loft & thrift shop or by volunteering.

Cayman Wildlife Rescue received pet carriers, cages, bird toys and food dishes. Program Manager Alison Corbett added, “All of these items will be used for our animals in care, we are very grateful to receive these much needed supplies.” Cayman Wildlife Rescue is a program of the National Trust for the Cayman Islands of more information members of the public can call 917-BIRD (2473) Wildlife Rescue Hotline, visit www.caymanwildliferescue.org or email caymanwildliferescue@gmail to become a volunteer.

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  1. Animaliberator says:

    Excellent news, hope others will follow suit as both charities need help now more then ever.

    It is wishful thinking people will opt to adopt one or more dogs to protect themselves and their property rather then going for guns and/or thinking they are somebody such as Bruce Lee was.

    Remember, whether you are at home or not, dogs never sleep when it comes to protecting what is theirs to protect.