Second Chance Animal Rescue are offering free pet food to anyone who isstruggling to afford to feed their animals during these trying times.
Following on from their hugely successful Outreach Program, which offers freevaccinations, micro-chipping, de-sexing vouchers and food to the pets ofanyone struggling financially, the Food Bank Drive thru days will provide ajudgement free service for anyone needing a helping help to keep their petshappy, healthy and home.
SCAR Founder, Marisa Debattista says ‘It’s heart breaking to receive phonecalls on a weekly basis from people who love and care for their companionanimals but simply can’t afford exorbitant vet bills or sometimes even thecash to buy good pet food.’
She goes on to say ‘for these people, often their animals are their onlysource of company and its emotionally upsetting for them if their pet isunwell or hungry and they feel like they can’t help. We try and offer asolution.’
How the drive thru pet food bank days’ work
All you need to do is turn up between the hours that the food collection isrunning, open your car window and let our team know what it is that you need,and we will pass it to you.
No need to leave the safety of your car and our team will be wearing full PPEand will be following strict hygiene measures to keep everyone safe duringthese food drives.
Tues 21st July from 8.30am-11am
Sat 25th July from 9am-12pm
Where: SCAR Animal Shelter, 23 Grasslands Ave, Craigieburn, VIC.
SCAR was established in 2008 in the lounge room of SCAR Founder and veterinary
nurse, Marisa Debattista, as she realised that too many dogs and cats werebeing put to sleep simply because pounds and shelters didn’t have the space tokeep them. After years of fundraising she has moved the shelter from itsprevious home in Campbellfield to a new facility in Craigieburn.
The Shelter, Animal Hospital and Cattery facility in Craigieburn rescuesanimals, due to be euthanised, from other pounds and shelters and offer them asecond chance at finding their forever homes. The Facility also offersaffordable veterinary care as well as holiday boarding via the Cattery withall proceeds funding the rescue shelter services.
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