Dudley animal charity in bid to raise cash to survive

Ravens Rescue, a charity who look to save the lives of cats and dogs before rehoming them, has been forced to close its doors as its vets bill tops £7k.

All the animals in the charity's care receive appropriate medical attention and are vaccinated, micro-chipped, neutered, behaviourally assessed and treated for parasites before re-homing.

However that level of care comes at a cost and the centre has been forced to close its doors to nee arrivals until it clears its balance. Founder, Sarah Price, said:

“It’s with a heavy heart that we say our doors are closed for the foreseeable future. Our vet bill is again over 7k and until we get this this cleared we just cannot take in anymore babies.

“We hate to do this but we have no choice as we face closing for good if the bill continues to rise as we just don’t have the funds to cover it.

“We don’t want to be in this position especially this time of year so we’re begging for your help to stay open.”

Ravens Rescue are accepting donations through Facebook - where well wishers have given over £4000 so far - or via PayPal, to ravensrescueuk@gmail.com

They also have shops in Sedgley and Kingswinford.


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