The four-legged residents at Hope Rescue are enjoying newly tiled kennels thanks to a PPCT grant.
With winter approaching, the staff were eager to get the new flooring installed. The team are delighted with the result, as are the dogs who look very at home in their smart new kennels.
“Thank you so much,” says the team at Hope Rescue. “This has made a huge difference. The original concrete floors were difficult to clean due to the uneven surface. The new tiled floors are much easier to clean, so takes less time for the staff and volunteers whilst also reducing biohazard risks.”
The project marks a positive end to a stressful year for the charity. Its charity shop in Pontypridd, South Wales, was devastated by flooding when Storm Dennis hit the UK in February. Unable to open while the clean-up took place, they lost vital revenue. Weeks later, the whole country was in lockdown and charities across the UK were facing an uncertain future as key fundraising events had to be cancelled.
“It has been a difficult year and the completion of this project has brought some much-needed cheer to the team,” says the charity. “As you can see, our dogs fully approve too!”
Read about Hope Rescue’s project to help greyhounds, here