Rochdale News | News Headlines | Spritzer Rescue Cat Collects Easter Eggs For Fairfield Hospital Again
Date published: February 08, 2022
Spritzer the cat with some of the Easter eggs donated to Fairfield Hospital in 2021
A cat who regularly visits Fairfield Hospital is once again helping collect Easter eggs for patients and staff.
Rescue cat Spritzer and its owner Helena Abrahams are aiming to raise 2,000 Easter eggs through their campaign, which began when the tuxedo cat went missing for a day six years ago.
Helena was quick to fit the cat with a tracker and saw that she was a regular visitor to Fairfield Hospital, where she had won over patients and staff.
Heléna has since worked with Morrisons Heywood, Tesco Bury, Poundland Bury and Aldi Bury to raise money for the Easter eggs, before handing them over to local politicians James Daly and Luis McBriar, who present them to the hospital.
Helena is aiming to double the 1,000 eggs she helped collect last year, and you can donate at stores when setting up stalls or send donations via PayPal to email@example.com.
You can also read more about Spritzer, who has already published two books about his adventures, on Facebook here.