Manchester Dogs home Twitter awareness after fire

An unprovoked arson attack on the Manchester Dogs Home has left more than 60 dogs dead with 150 being rescued, since the fire social awareness has been staggering after the Twitter hashtag #ManchesterDogsHome went live.

A young lad of 14 is being questioned about the arson attack on the Manchester Dogs’ Home, the dogs that were luckily rescued are making their way to its system dogs home in Grappenhall, Cheshire.

The public have been amazing where thy have been turning up at the dogs home with blankets, food and cages, we know of some that went into the building as well to save the dogs. Over 30 firefighters were there to put the fire out, for more information in full detail please visit Manchester Evening News.

The Manchester Evening News created a donation page on Just Giving to raise money for Manchester and Cheshire Dogs Homes; within just a few hours of the page being created it raised over £50,000. We can now happily report they have £343,200.46 of a £5,000.00 target thanks to 34,387 donations.

Please visit Twitter as well and search the hashtag #ManchesterDogsHome, this is now trending in Twitter, which is also raising awareness for the Just Giving donations.

UPDATE: Within minutes of publishing this article the donations has gone up another £30,000 and rising very fast indeed.

Manchester Dogs home Twitter awareness after fire