Strut­ting your stuff for char­ity

Buckinghamshire Advertiser - - NEWS - By Tom Herbert tom.herbert@trin­i­tymir­

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.


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