While many have certainly felt the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, the past year has been just as devastating to vulnerable animals across the country, leaving many cats, dogs and other animals abandoned, hungry, homeless and in desperate need of kindness.
With many ways to give back, Montego Pet Nutrition wants to urge the public to support their local SPCA through volunteering time, resources, or available charity initiatives over the December break.
Give your local SPCA or animal welfare organisation a call and find out how you and your loved ones can be of service.
Alternatively, rally a group of friends or family members together to raise funds for the SPCA or a charity of your choice. With so many organisations struggling to make ends meet, particularly in these difficult times, a little really does go a long way towards easing the financial burden many animal organisations are faced with.
If you don’t have the time or resources to spare but would still like to do your part, consider offering your support through charitable initiatives, such as the M-Power project, which enables you to help provide animals in need with much-needed food and supplies that is convenient and easily accessible.
Source: Montego Pet Nutrition