Nov 30, 2010

Help Homeless Pets This Christmas

Hi All,

The Paws & Claus Christmas Appeal helps homeless pets enjoy a merry Christmas. Everyone can help by donating at any Better Pets and Gardens store.

Each year, the Paws & Claus Christmas Appeal gives thousands of Better Pets and Gardens customers the opportunity to donate gifts of food, bedding and toys to help animals less fortunate than their own much-loved pets.

In every Better Pets and Gardens store this December, there is a Paws & Claus Christmas tree and shoppers are asked to purchase a gift - or if they prefer, bring one in from home - and place it under the tree. A name-tag will be attached to the gift so individual generosity doesn't go unnoticed.

After Christmas, the staff at each store collects all the donated goodies and delivers them to a specific pet rescue group in their local area. A total of 15 organisations will receive support this Christmas.

The items people can donate might be new or used blankets, jackets or bedding, as well as foods and worming treatments. However, even toys, bowls, leads and collars will be gratefully received.

To find your nearest store to donate to the Paws & Claus Christmas Appeal, log on to


Anonymous said...

Such a great initiative. Keep posting

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Samuelmiller said...

This looks exciting for my son especially. He wanted to get a puppy from a shop exactly like this. I will pay a visit to your shop real soon, but I have to get done with my dissertation help London. I am looking forward to adopting a cute puppy as I adore them as well. Anyways, any idea which breed I should get or which dog could suit best with my 12-year-old son?