There will be regular updates on the owls progress throughout the year, which we will share via their Facebook page and the funding and added attention this will gain the Lower Moss Wood Nature Reserve will prove invaluable.
(PRWEB UK) 22 September 2012
For years, staff from Pet Fleas have taken sick and injured animals and birds to Lower Moss Wood Nature Reserve, where they have been treated with care and nurtured back into health before being released back to the wild. The hospital has been caring for orphaned, sick and injured wild animals for over 20 years; now Pet Fleas feel it is time that they gave something back and are asking for your help.
Pet Fleas have decided to adopt an owl, who will receive funding from the Cheshire based company, and would like their dedicated Facebook followers to help decide which owl should be adopted. Debbie Martin for Pet Fleas added "There will be regular updates on the owls progress throughout the year, which we will share via their Facebook page and the funding and added attention this will gain the Lower Moss Wood Nature Reserve will prove invaluable". So hop on over to their Facebook page now and vote on which owl you would like to see adopted.
As with other animal shelters, Lower Moss Wood Nature Reserve is run by a dedicated team of volunteers and their location just 30 minutes from the Pet Fleas office gives a great opportunity for collaboration. So get voting on your favourite owl today. The two owls up for adoption are Fungus and Jake who are a Barn Owl and a European Eagle Owl respectively. To vote, just head on over to the Pet Fleas Facebook page and click on the link to the Adopt an Owl application. So get voting and help to support Pet Fleas’ local animal charities.
Along with this, Pet Fleas’ regular Pet of the Month photography competition continues at a pace, with a huge number of entries coming in every month. As with every competition, though, there has to be a winner, so September’s Pet of the Month is Bertie, the picture sent in by Freya Gill. Bertie’s picture can be seen in the Pet Fleas banner on their Facebook page for the rest of September and Freya wins a £50 Pet Fleas voucher, which can be redeemed in the online store. The competition for next month is open, so get snapping and send in those pet pictures for a chance of winning.
The Pet Fleas Facebook page continues to attract regular visits, with almost 2,600 likes already. Pet Fleas’ Facebook page members not only gain all the regular news and information about Pet Fleas, but the chance to enter regular competitions, information on various breeds and regular funny pet pictures. As well as this, there are exclusive offers available on Pet Fleas’ extensive range of pet flea treatments and other pet health items from wormers to pet food.
About Pet Fleas
From their local independent pet health store, Beeston Animal Health, Pet Fleas has grown into one of the UK’s best loved online veterinary medicine and goods stores. Since 2005, they have provided their customers with a level of support and quality usually associated with high street shops, while offering a wide range of products at prices only an online store can offer. To maintain their high level of expertise, all Pet Fleas’ staff are AMTRA (Animal Medicines Training and Regulatory Authority) accredited: all Pet Fleas accreditations can be found on their website.