Animal Welfare – Donation Drive Success!
Canine Zone|October/November 2020
“As our national donation drive came to an end on 18 July, Mandela Day, we felt extremely proud of the result that we were able to achieve, with the help and support of our customers and members of the surrounding communities,” says Genevieve Baptie, Marketing Manager of Absolute Pets.

Considering the challenging times we’re all facing and the financial struggle being felt by so many, the team at Absolute Pets anticipated that their Mandela Day campaign this year might not go as well as previous years. Despite this, they were determined to push on and stay hopeful, as the need for support from animal welfare organisations was even greater than before.

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