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The wonder of Animal Support Volunteers

When someone dumps a litter of kittens by the side of the road late at night, who ya gonna call?

When someone dumps a litter of kittens by the side of the road late at night, who ya gonna call?

Chances are, it will be Wilmslow-based Animal Support Volunteers who are most likely to respond.

When they are not looking after neglected dogs, ponies, rabbits, they’re running around Cheshire finding homes for abandoned pets.

Sadly, most of these unfortunate animals need veterinary treatment and that costs money.

ASV need to raise funds to cover the cost of medication, vaccination and surgery for animals in their charge.

While they are brilliant at caring for animals in distress, they are useless at asking for donations and often raid their own savings to give a sick or neglected pet another chance at life.

So, if you’d like to help ASV save the lives of those abandoned kittens, take care of that emaciated pony or provide medication for an elderly suffering dog come and join us at Morley Green Club on November 3.

Elvis will be in the building singing live directly to you. We’re having a buffet supper, some raffle prizes and a lot of fun. Get your photo taken with Elvis as a memento. This guy is good – I promise. I promise you every penny we raise will go directly to help give another chance at life to all those neglected and abandoned pets.

It’s £15 a ticket including the buffet supper so it won’t break the bank, you’ll have a lot of fun AND you’ll get to meet the King.

Call Tony or Diane on 01625 419665 or email .

It’s now or never.


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