Reinstate Collection Crates For Animal Charities Instore

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Created February 10, 2016 by Lizzy Rinder

Animal Welfare

Return to the Reinstate Collection Crates For Animal Charities Instore petition.

There are currently 236 signatures for this petition:

  1. Paul Jefferies UNITED KINGDOM

    ASDA, really????

  2. Sue may

    I want support for cat charity’s.i love cats.

  3. Kerry Korkunc UNITED KINGDOM

    The small charities rely on these food boxes so they can use their overstretched finances they have to pay their vet bills to keep their adorable cats healthy ready for adoption. Please reconsider and put the food boxes back in your store

  4. Ed Borgars UNITED KINGDOM

    There are so many rescue animals that need this small but effective drop off point. I often have food that my cats decide they will not eat so I can donate unused packs this way. It also allows people to easily give to a charity almost without thinking. I doubt this costs Asda anything. Shame on you Asda.

  5. Caroline darby UNITED KINGDOM

    Without these collections the charities will have to find more money to spend on food or treat not as many cats. Shame on you adds.

  6. Nicky Ward

    As a cat lover that’s just lost my 16 year old cat & know’s how much pleasure they bring to your life

  7. Nicky Ward

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  8. Lynda Gibbs UNITED KINGDOM

    When we shop at Asda we buy our cat food, then we add an extra box and put it in the crate for the Cat Shelter. I for one will now shop elsewhere with a store that has such a crate. You too are losing out. Please reinstate this crate to enable Charity to continue it’s excellent work and help cats that through no fault of their own have found themselves on the street without anyone to care for them, after all it has been in store for 15 years with no problems

  9. Lynda Gibbs UNITED KINGDOM

    When we shop at Asda we buy our cat food, then we add an extra box and put it in the crate for the Cat Shelter. I for one will now shop elsewhere with a store that has such a crate. You too are losing out. Please reinstate this crate to enable Charity to continue it’s excellent work and help cats that through no fault of their own have found themselves on the street without anyone to care for them, after all it has been in store for 15 years with no problems,

  10. Anne Bond UNITED KINGDOM

    Why remove after 15 years, you are doing our community a disservice

  11. Wendy Lobo UNITED KINGDOM

    I really don’t see what the issue is! Asda get the sales, Cat Shelter gets free food! D’oh!

  12. Emma Kane UNITED KINGDOM

    I think Asda should reinstate the charity cat food bins for City Cat Shelter. They don’t need to be manned!

  13. Lee mcilroy UNITED KINGDOM

    Charity’s like city cat shelter need these donation boxes because they save any cat no matter how badly injured they, they then do what ever needs to be done and then find them the right home. They also take in “problem” cats and find them the right happy ever afters! They really need their donation bins! They are amazing at what they do! Please think of the poor cats!

  14. Sandra Rolf

    The shelter do a fantastic job but rely so much on these donations to help them run a very worthwhile cause. Asda will be the loser as well, I always buy extra tins to put in the bin. Why remove after 15 years its disgraceful.

  15. Rachel Oates UNITED KINGDOM

    Can’t understand why they have done this.

  16. Jean Barton

    It is a silly idea to have people standing around waiting to answer questions and a health and safety issue. The words City Cat Shelter is self explanatory.

  17. Lorraine Smith UNITED KINGDOM

    I don’t understand why this policy had to change since the collection boxes weren’t in the way and if people want to find out about the charities they could contact via Internet or phone. Now lots of people who want to donate won’t be able to since the volunteers are there to look after the cats.

  18. Charlotte UNITED KINGDOM

    I can’t understand the reason for not allowing charities to collect, what happened to helping the community? If so many people want to donate, let them?!

  19. Lisa brazier UNITED KINGDOM

    City cat shelter relies totally in public donations and volunteers they need the basket to bring in food for the thousands of cats that are abused or unwanted they have no help from the government and being a local charity I feel that it costs nothing for asda to leave the basket which has been in place for years!

  20. Emily Brewer UNITED KINGDOM

    Asda, this is out of order. Where is your community spirit? Shame on you for removing this absolutely necessary food supply for non-profit charities. It’s disgusting and showing your corporate true colours.

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