Sweet sup­pawt for Tyson

Whitsunday Times - - LOCAL NEWS -

HE might only be seven-years-old but it seems Can­non­vale State School stu­dent Tyson Gos­ney has cap­tured the hearts of the Whit­sun­day com­mu­nity.

He de­cided to take part in RSPCA’s Cup­cake Day event and its sup­port has es­ca­lated be­yond his and mother Sarah’s be­liefs.

“I wanted to help an­i­mals find a home that is nice where own­ers are nice and not mean to them,” he said.

Tyson was moved by his love for pet Amer­i­can staffy Ox and a cat called Tia ‘TiTi’, which passed away last year.

To­gether with his fam­ily, they have been busy in the kitchen cook­ing up a storm with nearly 100 or­ders to date.

Wool­worths in Can­non­vale even do­nated a $50 voucher to help with in­gre­di­ents. Tyson has a goal of rais­ing $300 and is al­ready at $181.65. Mrs Gos­ney be­lieves he is one of the youngest peo­ple to ever sign up for the chal­lenge.

“He al­ways comes up with his bright ideas on his own... He’s the kind of kid that’s for­ever sup­port­ing the un­der­dog so it re­ally did res­onate with him the idea that peo­ple would be cruel to an­i­mals,” she said. To show sup­port visit rsp­cacup­cake­day-qld2015.ev­ery­day­hero.com/au/Tyson-20.

Tyson Gos­ney’s sweet treats stand against an­i­mal cru­elty.

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