this Christmas.Friends of Cardiff Dogs Home are asking Cardiff City fans to think of Andrew Taylor and Craig Conway
Countless stray and abandoned animals will be taken in by the local charity having been left to fend for themselves at this, the coldest time of the year.
The home, just off Penarth Road, is where lots of unloved dogs find temporary shelter. Unfortunately, it is fit to burst already this December – and the charity needs your support.
HOW YOU CAN HELP: would be delighted to take these off your hands – especially the blankets! Christmas treats, toys, a collar, lead or coat – all of these are hugely appreciated by the staff as well as the dogs themselves.Friends of Cardiff Dogs HomeHave you got any towels, rugs, bedding or blankets that you don’t need anymore?
A dog owner himself,Craig Conwayhas urged City supporters to spare a thought for our canine friends this winter, saying: “This is a fantastic chance for City supporters to help a local charity who do great work to care for mistreated and unwanted animals.
“Tayls and I are both dog owners and we’ll be doing our bit to help out if we can. We hope you can too.”
Craig’s dog is called Buster and Tayls’ is the owner of Sonny. To find out more and supportFriends of Cardiff Dogs Home or visit Westpoint Industrial Estate, CF11 8JQ.07974 212704. Contact them on CLICK HERE
HELP STRAY CATS STRUT AGAIN:.CLICK HERE (Safe House for Unwanted Animals) are also in need of your support by way of donations of towels, blankets, cat and kitten food. To find out more about this Sully-based home, SHUAAnother local charity