Royal Veterinary College ‘thrilled’ with newly refurbished ward for cats

PPCT donated £17,000 to the project

royal veterinary college reburshed cat ward funded by PPCT

The Royal Veterinary College in London is celebrating the newly refurbished cat ward at their Small Animals Referral Hospital.

royal veterinary college logoThe project to give their feline patients improved accommodation was made possible by a £17,000 donation from Petplan Charitable Trust. As ever, this donation would not have been possible without the generous support of pet lovers like you.

Jenny Collins, Trusts and Corporate Fundraising Officer at the RVC, sent this lovely message:

“Thank you once again for your incredible support of the cat ward refurbishment at the RVC Small Animal Referrals Hospital. We are very grateful for the Petplan Charitable Trust grant of £17,000, which has created more space and accommodation for cats whilst they are in hospital.

petplan plaque at royal veterinary college“We are thrilled to have been able to carry out the refurbishment work and I hope you and the Trustees will see that the new facilities are of the highest standard. This wonderful donation and your support have improved the lives of cats being cared for at the hospital. Thank you.”

This is not the first time PPCT has stepped in to support the Royal Veterinary College. In 1996, the Trust made a donation to support the development of the Royal Veterinary College Queen Mother Hospital for Animals.

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