Friday, 22 March 2013

Thank you: Just a fraction of what you have all been doing!

A BIG THANK YOU to all our supporters:

Most of all we thank you for taking the time to visit these pages and sign our petition. We hope you will continue to support our crusade against pet criminals. We can’t just stand back and allow animals to go missing without trying to do something to stop it.
Through prevention and through a hope to change the law we all agree that pet theft needs tackling.

The past week has hopefully inspired others to offer support us especially with the petition. Please ask all your friends to sign it and help us get the target through forums and social media. Every signature counts.

Thank you to the follow who we hope will offer continued support and contribution:

  • To Philip Roberts from VioVet  for financially supporting the PTAW with leaflets, ICE cards and above all the services of Simon Curry and Richard Jordan whose innovative idea this was to launch the first ever Pet Theft Awareness Week.
  • To Arnot Wilson of the Dog Union who has helped tremendously to co-ordinate the event. His knowledge and expertise is hugely appreciated and this campaign would not have happened without his hard work.
  • To who have given freely of their advice on security and preventative matters and providing case studies.
  • To Dog Theft Action for their support and helping to distribute our leaflets  at Crufts.
  •  To the Kennel Club and Petlog who have helped and advised on PR matters.
  • To Vets Get Scanning who distributed our leaflets at Crufts and allowed us to use their stand as our base.
  • To Halo Scanner and Scanner Angel who have so kindly donated 10 scanners to be given to a charity.
  • To Retrieva who have been so generous and offered 20% off their tracking collar for the week and now being extended for another week.
  • To Petloc for their kind offer of £5 off their anti-theft lead for the duration of PTAW and now being extended for a further week.
  • To Our Dogs for their press support and stuffing leaflets and ICE cards in every  Our Dogs goodie bag that left Crufts – well as long as they lasted.
  • To The Stolen Horse Register and Farmkey who kindly represented the horse theft awareness during the week.
  • And to Debby Golding who kindly supplied the case studies of stolen horses. She has been invaluable with daily guidance particularly with the equestrian content.
  • Pawsitive Canine Services in Sterling for having a wash and micro-chip event in conjunction with Pet Theft Awareness Week.
  • All of the amazing facebook groups and pages who have been so kind to share our messages with their own followers.
  • To all of our twitter followers who have been kindly retweeting and sharing our messages with their own followers.
  • All our supporters on our website for kindly sharing links and images on their websites, and offering other support through social media channels.

Without all these people and organisations contributing to PTAW, the event could not have been so successful and we look forward to their continued support in the years to come and we can make headway in reducing the cases of pet theft.

Here is another spot of one of our posters in Ivinghoe - Please do keep sending us your pictures, and our posters will continue to be available to download from here:

Ivinghoe Library

In our next post, we will be outlining our plans for the future!

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