Horseware Ireland have been very generous in supporting the ISPCA over the past number of years by donating a large quantity of equine rugs for our rescued horses, ponies and donkeys enhancing their rehabilitation prior to being responsibly rehomed.
During a recent visit to the ISPCA Equine Rescue Centre in Mallow, Co Cork, Horseware Ireland were able to see first-hand how their generous donation is benefiting the many rescued equines ensuring they will be extra warm and dry this winter.
Tom McGuinness, Managing Director at Horseware said: “Horseware’s driving motivation is to make life easier for horse & rider. Over the past 30 years, that mission has driven us to create many discoveries that have improved the lives of millions of horses worldwide, allowing them to be more comfortable, improved their well-being and led happier lives. Through programs such as our Rambo Trade In program, we have been able to make many hundreds of rugs available to horses in need. Horseware is pleased to support the ISPCA, we are delighted to celebrate World Animal Welfare week, and look forward to working with ISPCA for many years to come”.
ISPCA CEO Dr Andrew Kelly said: “The ISPCA is proud to continue our strong partnership with Horseware Ireland enabling us to continue our vital work rescuing and rehabilitating Ireland’s most cruelly treated, neglected and abused equines. This donation makes a real difference to the equines rescued from neglectful circumstances. The ISPCA is delighted to receive such high quality equine rugs and even more grateful will be the animals that benefit from the generosity of Horseware Ireland”.
Gift in kind donations like this are very welcome at the ISPCA helping us to manage our costs to help the animals who need us the most. By donating items like equine rugs, good quality hay, wood shavings, animal feed, veterinary supplies or even tea for our hardworking Inspectors and volunteers to nominating the ISPCA as your charity of the year 2017, you will be helping us to continue our work with vulnerable animals.
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