Do you live in Bletchley? Have you seen Charlie Gaba?
|Missing since||Missing from|
|22nd March 2017||Bletchley, MK3|
CHARLIE GABABreed: Domestic Short Haired
Age: 1 year
Charlie Gaba has a brown patch on the tip of his tail and white fur around and underneath his chin and neck. He has hazel/brown eyes.
Be Their VoiceDid you know that the maximum custodial sentence for even the very worst cases of animal cruelty is just six months?
As animal lovers we would like to encourage HULA friends and supporters to help spread the word about a national campaign launched by Battersea Dogs & Cats Home who are campaigning to raise the maximum sentence to 5 years.
You may think this is not a big issue however:-
- In 2015 the RSPCA received 1,118,495 calls, leading to 796 prosecutions for cruelty offences under the Animal Welfare Act 2006
- England and Wales have the lowest maximum sentences in Europe
- You can be sentenced for 5 years for fly tipping...but only 6 months for severe animal cruelty
Your support can change the law
Mark needs your supportWe would like to say a huge thank you to Mark Hollands.
Mark is currently training to run the London Marathon in April 2017, and he has chosen HULA as his charty to fundraise for.
If you would like to support Mark in his challenge, then please visit his sponsorship page to donate.
Mark's fundraising page on Virgin Money Giving
Happy Anniversary Denton Drapes!We would like to say a huge thank you to Denton Drapes for giving us a wonderful cheque of £50.00.
Denton Drapes celebrated their 20th Anniversary, and held a raffle for the first Denton bear they ever made.
Thank you Denton Drapes for thinking of us, and we are truly grateful.
Pets at Home do it again!We would like to say a massive thank you to Sharon (Aylesbury) and Kerrie (Milton Keynes) from Pets at Home, for raising an amazing £7004.96, as part of their Santa Paws appeal over the Christmas period.
We are truly grateful, and amazed with everyone’s generosity.
A massive thank you from all the staff and residents at HULA.
HAPPY DOME comes to HULAThe Happy Dome has been completed, and was officially opened in November 2016 by Mrs Jules Bockstahler who kindly donated the monies to fund this project in memory of her late father Mr John Wallwork, who was very much an animal lover.
The Happy Dome is a fantastic addition to our Centre and will have many uses from chill out room, to training area for our rescue dogs or as a pop up shop just to name a few.
We have already put the Dome to good use with Angela carrying out some training with Honey.
Visit Paul's Facebook page, as he has several bespoke designs from greenhouse/summer rooms to animal housing.
Prime Pet SuppliesThank you very much to Sharon and Graham of Prime Pet Supplies who recently paid a visit to HULA.
Everyone at HULA would like to say thank you to you and your generous customers for raising £110 for HULA via your Christmas raffle.
HULA Amazon Wish List
Click here if you would like to purchase some items for HULA from our wish list.
We have a special page dedicated to Happy Endings. Do take a look at some of these really happy stories and if you have rehomed an animal from HULA why not drop us a quick line and a picture or two as we would love to hear from you too.
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It is a great way to treat one of our animals to a special gift. The list allows us to tailor what we need at any given time.
If you do make an order please send your contact details along with it as a note so that we can be sure to thank you. We love reading the personal messages people have been adding to their orders.
Donate by mobileIf you would like to make a donation to HULA you can now do this via your mobile phone.
- Simply create a text message containing the text HULA40 followed by the amount you wish to donate.
For example to donate £10 your message should say HULA40 £10.
- Send your message to 70070
Please shop through easyfundraising to raise more funds for HULA, all your favourite High Street shops plus many more are available via easyfundraising.