Volunteer dog walkers desperately needed in Wisbech for a national charity

PUBLISHED: 10:24 15 February 2018 | UPDATED: 10:24 15 February 2018

The Cinnamon Trust are urgenlty looking for a dog walker in Emneth to take out dogs while thier owner is ill.

The Cinnamon Trust are urgenlty looking for a dog walker in Emneth to take out dogs while thier owner is ill.

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A dog walking charity is desperately looking for volunteers in the Wisbech area to take out two pets while their elderly owner is ill.

The Cinnamon Trust is the national charity supporting elderly and terminally ill people and their pets.

The Cinnamon Trust is the national charity supporting elderly and terminally ill people and their pets.

A spokesman said: “We seek to keep owner and pet together for as long as possible with the help of a national network of volunteers who assist when day to day pet care poses a problem.

“We are desperately looking to assemble a team of volunteers in Wisbech, particularly the Emneth area, to help take two lovely dogs out for some walks as their owner has sadly been unwell and unable to take her marvellous companions out.

“We have a plethora of new requests from elderly or chronically ill residents from your area who approach us looking for our help finding like minded dog lovers to take their beloved pets out for much needed walks and so enable them to keep their furry family members with them for as long as possible.

“Our aim is to relieve owners of worry concerning the welfare of their pets both during and after their own lifetime.”

• Visit www.cinnamon.org.uk or email volunteer@cinnamon.org.uk.


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