Local Animals in Need of Your Love this Valentines Day!

The RSPCA Halifax, Huddersfield, Bradford & District branch are once again calling on the public to choose a lonely heart from their animal centre to send a Valentines card to this February!

Fay Gibbons, Events Coordinator, hopes that with support from the community, the branch can have some fun with their February appeal, whilst raising awareness and vital funds, so they can continue to help the many abandoned, abused and neglected animals in the Halifax, Huddersfield and Bradford areas.

Fay said, “We think our Valentails appeal is a great way to show our animals that they will find love and hopefully help to find them a forever home in the process too! The animals we rescue and rehabilitate here at the centre have often had unimaginable starts in life, so we think this is a lovely way to show we care. We launched the appeal last year and were astounded to receive over 170 cards and £400 in donations which was incredible – we really hope the wonderful animal-loving public will once again help to make the appeal as successful again this year!”

To support the branch’s Valentails appeal all you need to do is visit their website: www.rspca-halifaxandhuddersfield.org.uk and select your chosen animal from the ‘Animals For Adoption’ list. You can then post your card to: RSPCA Halifax & Huddersfield, Wade Street, Halifax, HX1 1SN.

If you don’t have time to post a card but still want to show your support you can donate online via the website, Text RSPC40 £2 to 70070 or visit www.justgiving.com/rspcahalifax.

For more information contact Fay Gibbons on 07399 587618 or email faygibbons@rspca-halifaxandhuddersfield.org.uk


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