At the BVNA Congress this year, we were delighted to offer two SureFlap Microchip Cat Flaps as prizes in The Bella Moss Foundation raffle. They kindly displayed our SureFlaps on their stand during the congress.
The Bella Moss Foundation was founded in 2005 by Jill Moss following the untimely death of her dog, Bella, to MRSA in 2004. The charity has grown from strength to strength and is now helping animals and their owners worldwide in the prevention, treatment, awareness and education surrounding MRSA and other resistant bacterial infections. They are a not for profit charity that relies on donations in order to succeed.
The Bella Moss Foundation was very pleased to attend its third year as an exhibitor at BVNA Congress in Kettering. The charity was able to exhibit at the BVNA Congress thanks to the sponsorship they received prior to the event and they were blessed with a prime spot in the centre of the exhibition room.
Working with veterinary nurses is crucial in reducing infection rates in practice and The Bella Moss Foundation has an interactive website, Veterinary Nurse Training Online, which contains information about preventing infection and a photographic interactive tour of prevention in practice.
Looking ahead to next year’s congress, The Bella Moss Foundation hopes to develop further modules for VNTO, to educate nurses about the appropriate use of antibiotics in practice. It is a known fact that good hygiene practices along with responsible use of antibiotics helps prevent the spread of resistant bacterial infections between humans and animals.
The BVNA Congress this year was a huge success for The Bella Moss Foundation and in addition to informing nurses of their educational platform, they were excited to be launching their bands4bella website, where donated music can be downloaded to support The Bella Moss Foundation.
With The Bella Moss Foundation providing such great work in the prevention of bacterial infections in animals, we at SureFlap were proud to be able to sponsor them at the BVNA Congress.
Visit The Bella Moss Foundation website for more information about this great charity.