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13/06/2021

The Cinnamon Trust: Dog walking volunteers urgently required in Chipping Campden

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What happens if illness, injury or just the fact that we all get older, starts to impact on the way we are able to look after our four legged companions?

Many elderly and ill pet owners become worried about the fate of their beloved animals feeling that the only answer is to find them a new home, this is where we can help.

The Cinnamon Trust is the only specialist national charity offering pet care support to the terminally ill and people in their later years.
Our volunteers will walk dogs for housebound owners, we’ll foster pets when owners need hospital care, we’ll feed the cat, even clean out the bird cage.

We have a dear little 2 year old Westie living in Chipping Campden who would love to go for a good walk. We desperately need some additional volunteers in this area, even if you can offer an hour a week to help this lovely dog it would improve her quality of life and will give the owner peace of mind.
If anyone can help call Sally on 01736 758 707 or via email [email protected]

Please also check out our website for more details www.cinnamon.org.uk

Registered Charity No 1134680. The Cinnamon Trust is a limited company registered in England & Wales. Company Number 07004861

Source: The Cinnamon Trust

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