Vetoquinol is delighted to announce that its recent Propalin campaignto raise funds for The Blue Cross pet charity beat its target of£10,000.
The company donated money from the sale of both pack sizes of Propalin from July to December 2008 and raised £10,227.98.
The money will help care for sick and homeless animals at Blue Cross adoption centres and hospitals around the country.
Vanessa Rossiter, corporate development manager for The Blue Cross said: “At a time when our services are in high demand, with more animals being given up for rehoming, this support from Vetoquinol is hugely appreciated. It demonstrates how companies and charities can work together to help animals in need.”
Simon Boulton, product manager for Vetoquinol UK and Ireland, said: “I am thrilled that we superseded our target of £10,000. I would like to thank all vets for their support and efforts with this promotion. I hope that this money will help make a real difference to those animals that are looked after by The Blue Cross.”
Pic: Vetoquinol’s Simon Boulton presents a cheque to Vanessa Rossiter of TheBlue Cross and rescue dog, Noble.