Kettering care home collects donations for local rescue centre
To say thank you, Lainy's Rescue visited the home with one of their dogs
Team members and residents' families at Claremont Parkway in Kettering have collected food donations for a local animal rescue centre.
Lainy’s Rescue covers animal rescue in Kettering as well as Northamptonshire.
Their aim is to help rehabilitate and rehome a variety of animals.
The main focus is to help dogs in need, though they have a range of different animals in their care that are all looking for their forever homes.
The team at Claremont Parkway supported Lainy’s Rescue, by collecting animal food for them.
As a thank you for their donations, when Lainy’s Rescue came to collect the food they brought one of their rescued dogs Harry.
Harry was found wandering the streets of Wellingborough, and both residents and team members loved meeting him.
Becky Aldred, senior home manager at Claremont Parkway, said: “The residents and staff here at Claremont parkway wanted to support the local rescue centre, donating animal food.
"Lainy’s are a great organisation delivering rescue care to all types of animals in and around Kettering and we wanted to help any way we could in supporting them to continue to provide a great service in our community."
Claremont Parkway nursing home in Holdenby, Kettering, is run by Barchester Healthcare and provides residential care, nursing care and dementia care for 66 residents from respite care to long term stays.
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