Wire Fence Offers Profits To A Pet Charity For International Day Of Friendship

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A Manchester based fence supplying company is offering 100% of their profits made on the 30th July to a pet rescue centre or charity to celebrate International Day of Friendship.

Throughout the UK, there are millions of homeless pets needing aid and rescue. Wire Fence wants to raise awareness of this issue by donating to a pet rescue charity to mark this occasion. International Day of Friendship is an event dedicated to celebrating the meaningful connections formed by humans throughout life – and pets, often being the most loyal and loving friends, deserve to be shown appreciation on this day.

Wire Fence is currently open for applications from charities, and any UK based organisation is welcome to apply for the funds.

The application process involves the following steps:

  • Go to their Facebook page
  • Find their post about this event
  • Share the post publicly
  • Collect as many likes as you can on your shared post until the 30th of July.

The charity that collects the most likes on their shared post by the 30th of July will receive the donation. The winner will be announced on the 2nd of August. You can find more details about the application here.

Although International Day of Friendship was originally launched by the United Nations to celebrate friendships among humans, we believe that pets are just as important as friends – it is scientifically proven that they can develop a range of emotions, feel attachment and miss their owners after some time spent apart. It is especially dogs that are particularly empathetic creatures – they get sad when their see their owner unhappy and excited when their human seems to be in a good mood. Not to mention their loyalty – they really seem to be ticking all the boxes for an amazing friend.

Therefore, feel free to show your appreciation towards pets by celebrating them this Friendship Day, and don’t forget about those who weren’t fortunate enough to have an owner to call their best friend.