Little Ronnie saved by vital heat treatment by Bristol RSPCA
Published on: 28 Oct 2016
Bristol Dogs and Cats Home appeals for help to keep animals alive in winter
Evenings are getting darker, jumpers have come out of cupboards and winter is well on its way. Instead of letting this get us down, we are getting excited about our annual Christmas Fair! We think the Christmas Fair is a great way to begin the festive season and raise vital funds for the animals in our care. Colder weather means extra food and extra fuel is needed to keep all our animal residents happy, safe and warm.
This year, the fair is being held on Sunday November 20 from 10am-3pm at Bristol Dogs and Cats Home. Come along to enjoy the Christmas atmosphere, while supporting animals in need. There will be something for everyone: fun festive games, stalls selling gifts, decorations and Christmas cards, and a grotto with a very special guest. And it wouldn’t be a Christmas event without mince pies and mulled wine aplenty!
All the money raised goes to our Winter Warmer Appeal. This helps fund the extra costs we incur in the winter. Everyone likes to snuggle up when the temperature drops and all our residents, whether cat, dog or small animal, like a cosy bedroom.
Heating is also essential for our RSPCA Bristol Clinic. It is a vital to ensuring a safe recovery for many of our patients. One such animal was little Ronnie who was found after being abandoned and who needed life-saving heat therapy in order to survive. Luckily, thanks to the hard work of our clinic team, he’s now on the road to recovery.
If you can’t make the Christmas Fair, you can support our Winter Warmer Appeal by texting COSY16 £5 to 70070 or online: