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Help our animals.


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Given by 16 generous donors in 4 weeks
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To raise money for RRR

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  Bay of Plenty

McDonald Motor Trimmers is delighted to announce that this month we will be supporting a local charity that many may not have heard of. This charity is run by three great women who look after those that can not look after themselves, those who are very close to our hearts in many cases, our animals. In todays society they are sometimes forgotten in their hour of need , they need help.

It's up to us to do what's right and stand up for them and we will be doing just that though the month of August. We hope you can join us.

Even a small donation like the price of a cup of coffee can be the difference between life and death in many cases. Recognizing this, McDonald Motor Trimmers will post a link to a Give-a-little page shortly, and will kick start the fundraising by donating $300.00 .

We know that not everybody can donate but you CAN share this post, maybe someone who reads your Facebook page can or would like to help, and together we can make a difference .

Also if you have any unwanted horse covers that may be in need of repair then bring them to us and we will fix them free of charge and ensure that RRR receive them .

RRR ? Let me introduce them ....

Rescue, Revive, Rehome.

RRR was started by Siobhan and Rowan back at the beginning of 2019. Liz then came on a little later. These three woman are dedicated to rescuing, rehabilitating and rehoming animals throughout the Bay of Plenty and further afield. They'll take in just about every animal there is, ranging from goats, horses, cats and dogs. With a group of volunteers behind them they rely on the good will of people to donate money, food, medical supplies, horse covers, pet toys and foster the animals in their homes.

Just recently they won the good sorts award on Seven Sharp (TV 1) and the TECT rising star award in Tauranga.

Since Christmas they have desexed and rehomed 350 felines. They have over 10,000 people following them on their facebook page.

The majority of the animals come into the rescue needing medical attention. Kittens often have ringworm, cat flu and sometimes need operations to remove an eye or leg! The ongoing costs are horrific and bills pretty scary at times. Unbelievably, they receive no funding other than donations. Can you even begin to imagine the vet bills? And these seriously goodhearted souls pay for this out of their own pockets.

RRR does not receive any government funding and does not have a facility. Their greatest wish is to purchase a vehicle that is robust enough to pull a horse float and go into ruggard terraine to uplift animals. Their own vehicles cannot do that, meaning they have to hire an appropriate vehicle to make a rescue happen.

The public can support this voluntary community rescue team with money donations, animal food, pet tents from K mart, heat pads, puppy training pads, milk powder for neo natal goats, puppies and kittens as well as providing a foster home .

If this sounds like something you would like to do then get in touch with RRR on 0210778665.

To follow them just click on the link below .

https://www.facebook.com/RescueReviveRehome/

McDonald Motor Trimmers' involvement (page creator)

We would like to make a difference in our society and helping those who are unable to help themselves is a great way to achieve this

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Gayle
Gayle on 31 Aug 2020
$10
Raewyn
Raewyn on 30 Aug 2020
$50
Guest Donor
Guest Donor on 29 Aug 2020
$20
Guest Donor
Guest Donor on 28 Aug 2020
$80
Helen
Helen on 26 Aug 2020
Keep up the great work. Thank you.
$10

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Paying to RRR

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