Pups Declan, Douglas, Daisy, Dillon and Dexter were sent to the no-kill shelter in July and are ready to start the rest of a happy life overseas according to Tracey Goldie, a member of the Feline Friends committee, parent organisation of Canine Friends. Alice, Horton, Jo-Jo, Mayzie McGrew and Sam-I-Am, who were born to rescued dog Brinkley about nine weeks ago and have been living in Tracey’s house, were transferred over the weekend. They were joined by Darius, Davidoff and Dimitri who were rescued in July and were suffering badly from malnourishment.
Animal welfare is one of three primary areas that Appleby (Cayman) is supporting this year through its Charity Day. “The safety and well-being of domestic animals is important to our staff,” said Bryan Hunter, Managing Partner of the Cayman office. “We are delighted to see that the donated funds have already been put to good use and that the puppies are well on their way to finding new homes thanks to our help.”
Canine Friends was established in 2012 and has since rescued 103 puppies and adult dogs from the Department of Agriculture. Canine Friends has also facilitated the transfer of over 300 dogs to no-kill centres in the United States and Canada, such as Pets Alive Westchester.
In addition to Canine Friends, Appleby sponsored nine other charities with interests in child and family welfare, education or animal welfare.
The Appleby Cayman Charity Day is an annual event. To learn more visit: applebyglobal.com/caymancharityday
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