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  1. Hi there, we donated £50 + gift aid to your very worthy cause in June but it doesn’t appear on your donations list. Hope you received it ok? Keep up the good work!

    1. Hi Jan & Chris,
      I checked our PayPal statement. I regret we didn’t receive your kind donation.

      Chris Street

    2. Hi Jan and Chris,
      >we donated £50 + gift aid to your very worthy >cause in June but it doesn’t appear on your >donations list. Hope you received it ok?

      I assume you donated £50 in June 2016 to the Alabama Rot Research Fund (ARRF) – the charity that can claim back Gift Aid on donations.

      AlabamaRot.co.uk is a separate organisation to ARRF.

      AlabamaRot.co.uk publish a donations list including our expenses: http://alabamarot.co.uk/donate-to-alabama-rot-research-fund/

  2. 68 dogs have died of Rot! How many of these were in the UK? I would like some perspective for my own information.

    People are panicking near Delamere Forest regarding the unconfirmed as yet Knutsford suspected case!

    Our local vet and Liverpool University Vetinary School confirm that most cases are on The South of England!

    Will you be publishing news of the Knutsford Post Mortem?

    Regards

    Bob Jones

    1. Hi Bob,
      The maps of confirmed and all cases Alabama Rot are all in the UK: http://alabamarot.co.uk/map/

      There have been a few cases of Alabama Rot outside the UK in Germany a decade or more ago: http://alabamarot.co.uk/about-alabama-rot/research/veterinary-record-2015/

      I will add the suspected Knutsford case to the ‘confirmed’ map headings once Anderson Moores have confirmed the case to me (after the post mortem results comes through – which typically take 2-3 weeks).

    1. Hi Kate,
      I understand Anderson Moores Vet Specialists are considering setting up a CRGV charity, but I don’t know what progress currently they are making.

    2. The charity ARRF (Alabama Rot Research Fund) http://www.arrf.co.uk/ has been set up to collect donations for research into Alabama Rot. They plan to raise £240,000 which would fund a PhD student, two MSc students and further research projects on Alabama Rot (CRGV). Donations use GiftAid – which means that if you give, for example, £10 they will receive about £12.50.

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