The new Stitches Animal Rescue site has been launched.
The Stitches rescue is a partnership between Stitches and Save the Stitches, a charity which provides a free and easy-to-use website for animals.
Stitches has worked with Save the Street to provide the site with its unique features including the ability to share the names of animals rescued.
The new site is available in Irish, English, Spanish, French, German and Portuguese.
Stitches is a non-profit organisation.
Its main focus is to help animals in need.
They are located in the U.K. and Ireland, as well as the U’s Midlands.
They operate from the U2 Centre in Leeds, United Kingdom.
Stitch is a charity founded by the late Dr Helen O’Reilly, a former professor of medicine at the University of Wales in Cardiff.
They began as a group of volunteers who found themselves with no other choice.
Dr O’ Reilly died in 2010 and their mission is to raise funds for animals in crisis.
The charity’s main aim is to give people the information they need to make a difference to the lives of animals.
They have a huge number of animals in their care and are able to work with thousands of people across the country every day.
The website is available to download from their website, and it also has a number of services, including a contact form.
It also has the ability for people to connect with other volunteers and animal rescue organisations.
People can find out more about Stitches here.