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    • 14 Nov, 2016

    Dumped in a box on Boxing Day

    Sky, Pearl and Leo, three defenceless puppies aged between 10 and 12 weeks old, were left out in the freezing cold and rain on Boxing Day with only cardboard for shelter.

    Scared, alone and in an appalling condition, the puppies were dumped in an open box and left for dead by the side of the road. Luckily they were brought into the safety of our care just in time.

    Covered with a severe lice infection and flea eggs and with swollen stomachs caused by worms, our Vet Team immediately gave them fluids, cleaned them up and treated them. Our Kennel Team settled them into a quiet kennel with plenty of food, water, warmth and comfort.

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    The lovable puppies began to show their individual personalities and after 12 weeks of being cared for by The Mayhew, they finally got their Christmas wish and were happily re-homed by our adoption team.

    Leo, now named Mr Wuffa by his new forever family, recently sent us a photo taken on his first birthday. This now happy-go-lucky boy may never have seen this day had it not been for our intervention.

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    But we can’t continue our work without support from kind animal lovers like you.

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    We need your support to help more animals like Sky, Pearl and Leo.

    Your £50 could help keep our animal ambulance running for 3 days
    Your £25 could provide a heat pad to keep an animal warm
    Your £10 could provide a cosy fleece blanket for one of our animals
    Your £5 could provide a healthy, nutritious meal for one of our residents

    You can make a donation quickly and easily using the buttons below or by calling us on 020 8206 5870. 

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    Thank you.

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    Gillian Notton, Head of Animal Welfare

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