Strutting your stuff for charity
DOG LOVERS took part in a sponsored Mutt Strutt on Sunday and raised about £600 for local animals in need.
Organised by South Bucks RSPCA, the dog walk attracted nearly 20 walkers and 15 dogs, who could choose between two circular walks.
It started from the Royal Standard of England pub, Forty Green, near Beaconsfield.
South Bucks RSPCA chairman Louise Wheeler said: “The Mutt Strut was a very enjoyable day and even the weather was good to us.
“I would like to thank everyone who took part helping to raise much needed funds to help local animals in need.”
South Bucks RSPCA cares for around 200 sick, injured or abandoned animals in the area each year.
Finding them new homes and giving them a second chance is the main focus of their work. Many are beloved pets from owners who can no longer care for them and others are rescued from abuse and neglect.
Run by volunteers and almost entirely selffunded, the South Bucks RSPCA relies on the kind
and their owners take part in the annual Mutt Strutt to raise funds for the South Bucks RSPCA generosity of individuals, groups and companies to help them care for local animals in need.
The charity is always looking for people to help and support its cause.
If you would like to volunteer some time contact Jill Grimwood on 01494 792 749.
For information about adopting an animal call the rehoming helpline on 0845 370 7526 or visit www.rspca-southbucks. org.uk.
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