RSPCA needs people to work with cats and dogs at its Leicester Woodside Animal Center
A cat and dog rescue center in Leicester is asking people to help them as they get back on their feet after the pandemic.
The Woodside Animal Center has once again opened its doors to the public, with many cats and dogs waiting to be returned to their homes and families forever.
The center is looking for caring and kind people to spend time with the animals on a voluntary basis, many of whom are traumatized and afraid of humans.
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Amanda Lovett, director of the center, said: âSometimes we get to a point where the cattery is packed and we have a lot of dogs in care,
âSometimes we have a hard time keeping up with the work and spending as much time as we would like with these traumatized and lonely animals. “
Tasks such as feeding the animals, walking the dogs and playing with them are available to all volunteers interested in helping.
However, if getting your hands dirty isn’t your thing, they encourage donations or sponsored events, or even volunteering at one of their charity shops.
Ms Lovett said: We are looking for people who care about animals and would like to see these cared for cats and dogs having fun while waiting for their forever homes,
âThey are volunteers who help us give these animals the love and attention they need.
For more information on how to help, whether through volunteering or donating, you can visit the Woodside Animal Center website. here.