PAW pals out on city pa­trol

Stirling Observer - - PRIMARY ONES -

The This­tles in Stirling was the scene of some paw­some ac­tion re­cently as Chase and Mar­shall from hit TV se­ries PAW Pa­trol made per­sonal ap­pear­ances in the cen­tre.

The op­por­tu­nity to meet Chase, the Ger­man Shep­herd who likes to take charge and Mar­shall, the Dal­ma­tian puppy who is the team’s brave fire­dog, proved highly pop­u­lar with more than 200 chil­dren trav­el­ling from far and wide to meet the ca­nine he­roes.

For kids, PAW Pa­trol is a fun way to learn about brav­ery and hero­ism, with ex­cit­ing sto­ries that never get too scary and les­sons that teach about car­ing for an­i­mals. Each pup is in­spired by a real-world job like fire­fighter, po­lice of­fi­cer, and con­struc­tion worker.

A spokesper­son for The This­tles said: “What a fan­tas­tic day. Thank you to Chase and Mar­shall for tak­ing the time out of their busy day to visit The This­tles. Ex­cite­ment lev­els were run­ning high as hun­dreds of young fans of the show turned out in force to meet their he­roes and have their pic­tures taken.”

He­roes Cal­lum, aged three and five-year-old Euan Kenny from Men­strie

Paw­some Lu­cas Favier, aged 18 months, from Denny

Greet­ings The King fam­ily, from Stirling, with Chase and Mar­shall

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