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Re: Urgent transport needed from Leeds to St Helens WA11
« Reply #2 on: July 09, 2012, 12:02:41 PM »
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Offline kelly-joy

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Urgent transport needed from Leeds to St Helens WA11
« Reply #1 on: July 04, 2012, 16:49:28 PM »
What would you like help with? Transport
Contact/Rescue Organisation: Kitten Karers
Do you have the rescue's permission to post this request? Yes
Do you take full responsibility for co-ordinating the transport run? Yes
(eg. ensuring that all volunteers have contact details of the rescue and others involved in the run, and know changeover times, locations, etc.)
Who legally owns the animal during transport? The rescue
Is Liability Insurance in place? Not sure you will have to check with your insurance companies 
Will paperwork/documentation be passed on with the animal? Handover form
Are fuel costs are available?Sadly no

*****Please note, documentation MUST be available for the individual/organisation to sign to relinquish the animal and transferred to each volunteer to hand over to the receiving party. We always recommend that a copy be kept by the rescue co-ordinating the run.*****

Number of animals:1
Type/Breed:Heavily Pregnant Cat
Name(s):not known
Age(s):not known
Colours:tabby and white
Vaccinated: not known
Any known medical issues: none known
Any known behavioural Issues:none known

Any other information:This poor baby was found sealed taped up in a cardboard box, the poor darling is very heavily pregnant and likely to drop any time now:( We had an offer to get her to rescue on Sunday but we would really like to get her there sooner if we can.

If any member requires further information about the animal(s) please contact the rescue concerned directly.

Location Start: County & Postcode Leeds
Location End: County & Postcode St Helens WA11


Please note: All volunteers who offer transport must first check with their insurance company that they are insured to do so. Animal Lifeline cannot take any responsibility for members who do not.

We strongly advise volunteers not to take their own animals or young children when transporting unknown dogs.

If you think you can help with any of this route please email us at or answer the thread on our site which can be found by clicking the following link
You do not have to be a member to answer the thread but your post will not show up until a member of the team approves it first.

Many thanks for taking the time to read this.

Best wishes The Animal Lifeline UK Team:)


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