Animal lovers are being urged to make a monthly donation of £20 to help the Worldwide Veterinary Service (WVS) provide essential support and uphold its commitment to animal welfare.

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The Luke Gamble-founded WVS works to help and protect animals all over the world.

As part of its 2020 Club, WVS supporters pledge £20 on the 20th of each month, allowing the charity to continue its work on the frontline of animal welfare, treating cats, dogs, donkeys, horses and many other animals globally.

Wide-reaching help

According to the WVS, all money will go directly to its animal welfare projects, but each £20 could be used to:

  • provide a parcel of essential veterinary aid for a struggling animal charity
  • buy 10 high visibility collars to help donkeys stay safe on the road
  • treat 320 dogs with tick and flea treatment

WVS supporters receive a welcome pack in the mail, as well as regular email newsletters. They will also receive discounts from charity partners, including 10% off at Cotswold Outdoor.

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