It seems like every December, the amount of charity work in Malta increases tenfold, with residents of the little rock coming together to help those in need all across the island. While heart-warming in every scenario, when such charity work extends to animals, you can’t help but respect the selflessness.
This December, the Association for Abandoned Animals (AAA) in Birzebbugia and the Tomasina Cat Sanctuary in Qormi both received a pleasant surprise from Pet Nutrition after the company donated a whopping amount of food to the sanctuaries, both of which need all of the help they can get right now.
The company donated 30 large bags (450kg) of Cat Dry Food to the Tomasina Sanctuary worth €550 as well as 20 large bags (400kg) of Dry Food to the Association for Abandoned Animals worth €350 along with with 850 meals worth €500. Both sanctuaries are non-governmental organisations who host hundreds of stray or abandoned animals and operate thanks to the contribution of animal-loving volunteers and organisations like Pet Nutrition.
Pet Nutrition House Ltd. Head of Marketing Communications Andrew Cassar told Malta Daily that every little helps in such situations and that they encourage other companies to contribute to the cause and donate whenever they can. During 2021, Pet Nutrition donated a total of 1750kg of Dry Foods and 2500 wet food meals to 10+ sanctuaries in Malta and Gozo.
Have you ever donated to an animal sanctuary?