Thank You

We have a number of people and organisations to thank whose kind and generous contributions not only make our stall look attractive but also help us raise those all important funds for the animals.

Sepp Häusl has created and donated beautiful and unique greeting cards for us to sell on stalls in aid of our Nanning Bear Fund and also donated 5 of his stunning picture books featuring the bears at the China Bear Rescue Centre.

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Cool to be Kind have donated 30 of their fabulous wristbands

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Lovesniffys have donated 30 packs of their gluten free low fat dog treats and will let us have more at cost when we need more

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Suzie Marsh supplies us with her beautiful little bear and cat sculptures, bear paw pendants, cards and wrapping paper at cost

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TillyMint Dog Designs have donated bear print dog bandanas specially made for us to raise funds for the bears.

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Margaret O’Hare makes and donates gorgeous and very popular knitted bears and tissue holders whenever we need more

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Loraine Austin has made and donated these lovely Andrew and dog/cat keyrings

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Richard Symonds is always more than happy to donate one or more of his simply stunning limited edition prints for auctions, like this one here of Oliver Bear

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Sandra Bethell from the Heart of England Animals Asia Support Group has donated a bunch of her beautiful handmade dog bandanas for us to sell and raise money for our Nanning bear fund. On display here on our stall and modelled by Cocoa

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The Asante Academy of Chinese Medicine has donated packs of Ginseng for us to sell on stalls and treatment vouchers for raffles

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And obviously a huge thank you to everyone who visits our stalls, signs the petitions and takes leaflets to spread the word!

All the above items are for sale on our stall (apart from Richard Symonds’ prints) and are sold in aid of Animals Asia of course.


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