Kind-hearted campaign feeds strays

Pictured - Skegness staff with some of the donated food - from left, Harriett Luker-Coombes, Sarah Harness and Keith Barrand.

Pictured - Skegness staff with some of the donated food - from left, Harriett Luker-Coombes, Sarah Harness and Keith Barrand.

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A VETERINARY surgery with branches in Skegness and Spilsby has helped to give stray pets a happy Christmas after it collected donations of food for local animal charities.

Fenwold Vets ran its usual ‘Give a Stray a Christmas Dinner’ campaign again this year. Large quantities of dog and cat food were collected at Fenwold’s Skegness, Spilsby and Mablethorpe branches for distribution to local charities to feed strays during the busy Christmas and New Year period.

Charities benefiting from Fenwold’s clients’ generosity included Fen Bank Greyhound Rescue, Keith’s Rescue Dogs, Cats’ Protection (Skegness, Spilsby & Alford branch: Horncastle branch) and The Ark at North Somercotes.

Mablethorpe branch also held a raffle which raised over £100 for Kathy’s Kat and Kitten Rescue.

The staff at Fenwold and the recipient charities would like to thank all those who contributed to this year’s campaign despite the country’s economic woes.