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Isle of Wight Pet Centre issue plea for animal food and accessories

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The Isle of Wight Pet Centre has issued a plea after a “horrific night” in which they saw their store catch fire resulting in them losing some of their animals. 

The store are trying to look after the animals they have left but don’t currently need anyone to house them.

What they do need is donations of animal food, UV controllers, substrates and enclosures.

The store posted on Facebook: “We would like to thank everyone for their concern on what could only be classed as a horrific night.

“As of now we don’t need anyone to house animals, however any donations of animal food, UV controllers, substrates and enclosures will be greatly received. Please contact us via the page if you can help but do not come to the site at the moment as we are busy trying to do everything we can for the animals we have.”

You can donate items by getting in touch through the store’s website at iowpetcentre.com

https://iwobserver.co.uk/2018/11/06/gofundme-campaign-launched-after-47-animals-die-in-pet-centre-blaze/