Our Charity Partner

Every three months, zooplus.co.uk teams up with a British pet charity to give you the chance to help animals that are not as fortunate as your own. At the end of the three-month partnership, we convert your generous donations into a fantastic parcel of food and accessories for our chosen animal charity.

So how does it work?

Donating is easy, with no need for extra payments. Just save up the reward points that you receive with each and every purchase at zooplus.co.uk (£1 = 1 Point), then log in to myzooplus and add the points you would like to donate to your shopping basket. You can donate between 10 and 250 loyalty points, with all donations making a massive difference to the lives of animals in need. Please note, you can only collect loyalty points if you are a registered customer. Points can only be donated when a purchase is made.

How else can I help?

You can also support our charity partner by buying any product from our exclusive new range, “zoolove by zooplus”. For each product sold, 10% of the sale price will go directly to our current animal charity, to be spent wherever it is needed most. Find out more here.

A note from our current charity:

St Giles Animal Rescue

Our charity, St Giles Animal Rescue (1136251), has been established since 2010 and is based at St Giles Animal Centre, Wrantage, Near Taunton, Somerset. The centre is responsible for caring and rehoming stray and unwanted animals.  The charity’s aim is to support the excellent work of the centre in caring for these unfortunate animals until a ‘forever home’ is found.

A lot of the animals, especially the dogs, arrive neglected, injured or with ongoing medical conditions that require extensive veterinary intervention. St Giles Animal Rescue is also involved in the rescue/rehabilitation of puppy farm dogs and are committed to seeing an end to this cruel trade. Our charity’s aim is that no animal should be denied treatment due to cost and we work hard to raise the necessary funding. All dogs that arrive with us at the rescue have a full assessment, are neutered/spayed and microchipped before they leave us for their ‘forever home’. We try hard to ensure that all animals are matched to suitable adopters.

To ensure an animal’s welfare we retain a lifetime commitment to each animal that is adopted.  We are hoping, in the future, to develop educational programmes that we can take in to schools about the importance of caring for animals to help ensure responsible animal ownership.

 

Visit their website here.

 

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