Wednesday, 10 May 2017


Paul supports Wetnose Day!

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Paul has lent his support to animal charity Wetnose Animal Aid's annual Wetnose Day, posing for a picture while wearing a campaign nose to help raise awareness and funds for animals in desperate need across the UK. Fellow animal activists Joanna Lumley, Brian May, Amanda Holden and Paul O’Grady will be promoting the event, which takes place from September 29 to October 1, in an attempt to raise over £100k for animal rescue centres nationwide. Lumley commented 'We're a nation of animal lovers, yet our animal sanctuaries are always full to bursting with ill-treated animals. For all of the animals who find their way to a Sanctuary this is a new start for them. So please do all you can to support Wetnose in the wonderful work they are doing. Your support does count very much'.

Raising Funds For Sick And Vulnerable Animals

29th September to 1st October 2017

Wetnose Animal Aid is raising funds that will be given to struggling Animal Rescue Centres to help pay off vets bills, buying equipment or animal feed which would go a long way to helping them in their day to day invaluable work. These Rescue Centres are experiencing a marked downturn in donations, but a noticeable increase in animals being ‘dumped’ on them, as owners continue for various reasons not to be able to keep their animals. That equation does not balance, and therefore this Wetnose Day is an important event to help raise serious levels of funds to get the balance back.

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