Family business supports Scottish SPCA
The Scottish SPCA was delighted to receive a very generous donation from family business, Calzeat.
Scotland’s animal welfare charity has been partnered with the family run business since 2013 with £1 being very kindly donated from every Funfair scarf sold.
Animal Rescue and Rehoming Centre Superintendent Sharon Comrie said: “Since 2013 the partnership has raised an incredible £5,294 for Scotland’s abused, abandoned and injured animals.
“As an animal welfare charity we receive no government or lottery funding and we rely solely on donations, so we are always incredibly grateful for any funds raised on our behalf.
“It’s great to see their campaign feature Zara the staffie, who was a dog rescued by us, in the Calzeat advertising campaign and hopefully this will make people think twice about staffies.
“All too often they are unfairly labelled as dangerous and aggressive when in fact they tend to be friendly and affectionate dogs, like Zara. With the support of Calzeat, we’ve been able to rescue and rehome even more animals in desperate need of our help.”
Calzeat designer Tom Renton said, “We at Calzeat are very proud to support Scottish SPCA and all the unsung work they do to help Scottish animals in need.”