Weʼre raising £1,500 to help fund a quad bike to support rescued animals in the fields
- Aberfoyle, Stirling, UK
- 6 days to go
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Glendrick Roost Animal Rescue Centre is run by Mione Morrison. For 15 years Mione has rescued hundreds of abandoned, abused and mistreated animals. From Clydesdale horses,, donkeys, cows, sheep, dogs, cats, reptiles, birds and the smallest little furry Mione gives them a loving, caring home for the rest of their lives, free from abuse and harm. On average she feeds and cares for 130 different animals at any time. The centre relies completely on donations and over the years Mione has used her savings and pension to keep the animals well fed, pay for vet bills and rescue animals from home and abroad who otherwise would have been left to die in horrific circumstances. Many of the animals have costly health issues because of their abuse and neglect before arriving at the centre. Caring for the animals Mione works tirelessly every single day of the year regardless of the weather. Mione herself has had to recover from serious health issues in the past and through it all her one concern was for her animals. She was gifted some land but this is on a flood plain and moving animals, feed and equipment, especially in winter, is a big job. Having the use of a quad bike would make life for the animals and Mione much easier. Meet Mione and some of her animals here
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Aberfoyle, Stirling, UK
I just recently volunteered to help at the centre and have seen the time, love and devotion Mione has for all of her animals. To keep the animals fed, clean and happy I've seen how much hard physical work is needed every single day. Mione works tirelessly and I want to help.