Support from Johnston & Jeff
Parrots magazine|July 2020
Premium bird food manufacturer, Johnston & Jeff, has flown to the aid of four parrot rescue and rehoming centres hit by the coronavirus.

The Yorkshire-based manufacturer has donated more than a tonne of its Parrot Lean & Fit and Low Sunflower for Large Parrots blends to Birdline Parrot Rescue, Problem Parrots, All-Star Parrots, and Safe Haven Refuge.

The Coronavirus pandemic has had a huge impact on animal welfare and rescue charities. With household incomes hit hard, many birds have sadly been relinquished, therefore increasing feed and veterinary costs. Charities are doing all they can, but with fundraising activities also restricted, they need support to ensure their birds are happy, healthy and well-fed.

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