Cash for Cats Protection work
In another donation handed over on Saturday the Arran branch of Cats Protection received a welcome sum of £368 which was raised by the Brodick Co-op staff running a raffle to help a community charity.
Branch co-ordinator Linda Hartley said: ‘We are thrilled and so thankful. This will enable us to continue the work we do through our Snip ‘n’ Chip campaign, helping Arran cat owners to get their cats neutered and microchipped, as well as our work of neutering feral and farm cats.
‘Our vet bill in September was £351, so this is just fabulous! Thank you to everyone who bought tickets, you have made a difference and we are very grateful for your support.
‘We hope also that people will become a Co-op member and make us their choice for the one per cent donation for this next year. Our ability to do the work relies on us having a vehicle to transport cats to and from the vets and onto new homes,’ she added.
Linda Hartley from Cats Protection receives her donation from the Co-op’s Carol Harwood and Liz McLean.