Food banks for Pets

Food banks for Pets

If you are one of those kind and thoughtful people who donate to the food banks please don’t forget out beloved pets. I have noticed a few times that it is human food only, that goes in the collection boxes. Not once have I seen dog or cat food which I am sure would be very welcome. People who are struggling to buy food and are forced to use those food banks, must surely be struggling to feed there pets too or going without themselves! to feed our hairy friends.

Donate Pet Food to Food Banks

Sharing food means lots of love being shared too. Canine and feline fur babes cannot live on human scraps and tidbits for long. If people can only just manage to feed there children what chance do the animals have of a regular healthy diet. Please donate, even one tin can help. When shopping I always put teabags or coffee in the collecting boxes and that is when I noticed there was not one tin or packet of pet food.

Sadly animals are let go of, because poor people cannot afford to feed them. The animal shelters are over run with abandoned animals. With the covid19 nightmare upon us, financially we will all be struggling in the future. Please remember our furry friends in anyway you can. PDSA for our sick animals and Cats Protection also for those who are wilfully neglecting animals there is the Cruelty to animals and will not be tolerated and the Police should be called along with the SSPCA.

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Joan Lily Porter, aged 61, Scottish born and bred,Popular and Accurate Clairvoyant Medium and Spiritualist Healer since 1974. Angel and tarot card reader. Obsessed with domesticated and wild animals, especially small furry ones. I love my work as a Clairvoyant medium, tarot and angel card reader. No two days are the same in my work and I meet some lovely people to read for. My greatest joy is to connect a bereaved person with there spirit loved one and to give proof of that persons survival. I enjoy reading the cards and the positive feedback this generates. I live in a tiny fishing village called Pittenweem in Fife, Scotland. My home is right by the sea and in stormy weather I have been known to pick seaweed off my front door handle.

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