Animal Charity Support

Find our more about how we support charities below or jump straight to the vote!

We are proud to support independant and national animal charities, currently within the UK.

In an age where it is still common to mistreat and abuse animals with little thought to their right to life, we focused on helping private, individual shelters and charities across the UK who work tirelessly in helping lost, sick, injured or abandoned pets and wildlife.

 

It is often overlooked how difficult it is to run an independant shelter and the extremely high overheads of ensuring animals receive a full medical check up (which may include spaying, operations, dentistry etc). While also maintaining costs of housing, feeding and time spent on marketing them for adoption. Often we find from talking to owners that the fee for adoption barely covers the shelter’s costs.

 

That’s why we are committed to campaigning to “Adopt don’t Shop”. Instead of promoting unregistered breeders (who often force mothers to have 6-8 litters before abandoning them at the age of 1-2 years old). 

Each year we invite you (by way of taking the poll below) to decide who we should donate to from 2 charity options. 

 

At the year end we donate a portion of our profits by donation or by buying them materials and things they need together with an additional donation of food & treats. We only wish we could bring more home with us!

Thank you for all your support, not only are you purchasing candles and products that are friendlier around children & pets but you are making a huge difference to the lives of so many unwanted animals and their shelter owners across the UK.

Ezekiel 

Adopted in 2016, aged 6 years old.

About this little tomcat:

- Unknown history, likely to be a street cat who very quickly learnt how to manipulate humans for food. He can eat for the world.  

 

- Named after a character in the famous "Supernatural" T.V show.

- Will do tricks and give headbutss for treats. 

- Must always announce his presence with loud screams whenever he enters the residence. 

- Happy to partake in rituals & spells or spread out across tarot cards. Known for bringing home yearly Samhain dead bird offerings. 

Vote Now!

Who should we donate to over 2019? Vote for our two chosen charities now! You can vote as many times as you like, even if you haven't made a purchase but actively follow us and believe in the cause. 

You can find out a little more about each charity with links to their website below!

Hula Animal Rescue

Hula is a registered charity helping animals since 1972, now part of the National Animal Welfare Trust banner, their centre near Milton Keynes has helped many animals find new homes over the years. 

They currently have cats, dogs and small animals up for adoption and their philosophy is to never put an animal to sleep unless under medical advice for physical or psychological health reasons, but to try and place them in caring homes with people who will really love them.

Find out more on their website: http://www.hularescue.org/

Luna Animal Rescue

Luna is a registered charity founded in October 2013. They are a unique foster based charity which means they reply on volunteers or as they call them "Lunatics" to help foster dogs and cats and provide a more caring environment for them until they find their forever home. 

They also adopt a non-destruct policy which means they will never put a healthy animal down and are able to offer lifetime of rescue back up by way of guidance and support for new owners who find their new pet may be unexpectedly develop trauma like symptoms or behavioural issues.

Find our more on their website: http://lunaanimalrescue.org/

Do you have a charity you'd like to recommend? Are you a charity in need of support? Please contact us and let us know, we're always looking for ways to support wonderfully generous hearts. 

 
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