Crewe based animal rescue group Cafo are going from strength to strength as the team announced last week that they have branched out and had a website built by a volunteer to help bring their news to a wider audience.

The rescue was set up back in February 2021 by kind hearted local ladies April, Sarah, Sue and Liz, who wanted to help local animals and pets who are lost, stray or are involved in accidents.

CAFO have used Facebook as a platform to advertise and publicise their events up to now but are hoping that they reach out to more people across the web and those who do not use social media.

The new website can be found at CAFO.UK

CAFO said:

We are thrilled to say that our new site is online and information about us and the work we do is now avaliable to all.
The site building work is still in progress as things like this are ongoing and quite time consuming, so please check back regularly for details of our animals we have up for adoption, our upcoming events and fundraisers will be kept current so you know where to find us.
We also have pages with info about how you can donate items for our rescue selling page, cat food and litter are always welcome.
We want to thank all our supporters that take the time fostering, transporting animals, baking cakes for our stalls, people who have kindly helped us with monetary support and everyone who has helped us so far on our mission to give animals the urgent help they need.
There has been a lot of meetings recently and talks with people, there is a few exciting things in the pipeline to announce soon.
All news will be published on our website and on our main social media page on Facebook CAFO

There are many ways you can get involved with CAFO, all help is much appreciated by the team and most importantly of all the animals that have been saved rehomed and those still in their care.