Hearthounds: Helping Dogs Of The Homeless is a new charity that has been set up to provide awareness of homeless people and their dogs, and also to provide supplies and care for them and their canine companion.
Cassie and Sean in Norwich
Many homeless in this country are unable to stay at hostels and shelters as several will not take dogs. Often feeding their dogs before themselves, these dog owners are left without many options, loyal to their pet.
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Natalie Pomroy, Sarah Fretwell and Adam Goldsworthy Johnson have set up the Hearthounds not-for-profit organisation in the hope of providing assistance and advice to those who find themselves homeless with their dogs.
Hearthounds have helped Honey
They are gathering volunteers and handing out packs, made up of donated items, to those living on the street. Public donations include necessary items such as sleeping bags, tinned food, canine skin antibiotics, bowls, pet blankets and dog treats. They are also hoping to flea and worm dogs.
More information on donating items, volunteering or giving donations via paypal as well as contact details can be found on the Hearthounds website: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Hearthounds-Helping-dogs-of-the-homeless/120086538058792