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Whitmill and LAB-6 join forces to support JSPCA with Pet Calendar

14 December 2018

Whitmill and LAB-6 join forces to support JSPCA with Pet Calendar

Lauranna and Melanie, with the support of LAB-6 and Whitmill, have put together a Whitmill pets calendar in order to raise funds for the JSPCA.

The calendar has been organised by Lauranna Leathem and Melanie Cadic-Edwards; many other staff got involved through contributing images of their pets to be featured in the calendar.

LAB-6 generously agreed to print the calendars for only £1 each. We have set the minimum donation for the calendar at £5 allowing us to make a profit of at least £4 per calendar sold, 100% of the profits will be donated to the JSPCA. So far we have sold over 100 calendars and hope to sell many more in order to raise vital funds.

As you will hopefully have seen in the Jersey media recently, the JSPCA has been struggling with funding and Whitmill staff are doing what they can to raise extra funds for the charity.

The JSPCA carries out amazing work and over the past year alone has provided a 24/7 animal ambulance service that attended over 3,300 call outs to assist domestic and wild animals in distress; took in, cared for and rehomed over 270 animals whose owners were no longer able to care for them and provided continuous veterinary care for 292 foster animals with ongoing health issues.

The JSPCA collected 430 stray animals and where possible, reunited many with their owners, provided assisted veterinary care to over 600 animals where their owners are struggling to look after them financially, carried out 921 operations on domestic and wild animals; and hand-reared over 150 wild baby birds ready to release back into the wild.

This week the ladies got to visit the shelter and see the animals that the calendar is helping to support. They met Freddie the cat and Lola the giant bunny who have both been successfully re-homed.

If you would like to purchase a calendar in support of the JSPCA, please email info@whitmill.com and one of the team will be in touch.

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