The greetings card maker will licence the animal charity's art library for another five years.
Animal welfare charity the RSPCA has extended its licence with greeting card publisher Noel Tatt. The five year contract also includes a new licence to produce single counter cards for Christmas 2012.
RSPCA licensing manager Cathy Snow said: “Noel Tatt continues to do a wonderful job of choosing from our enormous animal photography library to create a high quality and popular card collection.”
These cards are not only attractive but promote the RSPCA’s work – and reaise valuable funds too.”
The latest designs will be available throughout England and Wales in over 3,000 independent and national greeting card specialists.
The new range will be on show to buyers and the trade at Progressive Greetings Live at the Business Design Centre in Islington, London from May 29th to 30th.
Ian Hylands, director at Noel Tatt, said: “We are delighted to be able to continue this successful relationship – and play our own part in supporting the RSPCA’s valuable work.”
The RSPCA and Noel Tatt began the partnership in 2009.