RSPCA asks for help to give homeless animals the Christmas they deserve

RSPCA asks for help to give homeless animals the Christmas they deserve
RSPCA asks for help to give homeless animals the Christmas they deserve

This December the local RSPCA is calling on their supporters to help them give the animals in their centre the best Christmas possible.

Staff at the RSPCA Halifax, Huddersfield, Bradford and District Branch work really hard to make the animals in their care feel comfortable, happy and loved all year round.

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But Christmas is always hard as nothing can compare to the surroundings of a loving home and lots of treats.

This year the local RSPCA hope to give the animals in their care the best Christmas possible and are asking members of the local community to help by donating a festive feast in the form of a Christmas Meal Ticket.

The tickets can be a personal donation or make ideal gifts and stocking fillers for family and friends.

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They can be purchased for £1, £2 or £5 at all of the RSPCA Charity Shops in Halifax, Huddersfield and Bradford or at the RSPCA Animal Centre on Wade Street, Halifax.

To donate online visit www.justgiving.com

So far this year the branch has successfully found homes for 111 dogs, 281 cats and 73 small animals and they hope that with the support of the local community they can give all the animals currently waiting to be adopted the best Christmas possible.

To find out more about the branch and their appeal, visit www.rspcahalifaxhuddersfieldbradford.org.uk

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