Your pet could be Pets at Home’s VIP (Very Important Pet) for Wisbech store opening
HERE’S a chance to prove that your pet has star quality - as Pets at Home launches a search for a VIP (Very Important Pet) to open its new store in Wisbech.
We have teamed up with Pets at Home, which opens its latest store at the Belgrave Retail Park on November 5, to find the lucky person and their pet who will officially help open the store.
What’s more, the winner will win �150 worth of Pets at Home vouchers that can be immediately spent in-store.
There will also be two runners up prizes of �25 worth of Pets at Home vouchers.
Pets at Home Wisbech will provide thousands of dedicated pet products for dogs, cats, small animals, reptiles, chickens, birds, fish and wildlife. The new store will feature a pet adoption centre, a pet village, a reptile centre and an aquatic centre.
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It will also feature a pet adoption centre where needy pets such as rabbits, guinea pigs, hamsters and other small animals are cared for until a new home can be found.
Store manager Dominic Baker has also appealed to readers to nominate animal organisations or charities which they would like to see partnered with the new store through Support Adoption For Pets, the charity established and supported by Pets at Home.
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The partnerships will help to ensure that as many abandoned animals as possible are re-homed.
Mr Baker said: “We want to be at the heart of the local pet community, supporting charities and helping them to continue their good work, whether it is through in-store events, fundraising or donations.
“We’d be really delighted to hear from any pet welfare organisations and re-homing centres in and around Wisbech so we can tell them all about our charity and how we can help their organisation help abandoned animals.”
Anyone with a suggestion should e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, stating Wisbech in the subject box. Alternatively, contact Support Adoption For Pets charity manager Amy Wilson on 0161 486 3774.