Dog rescuer wins £25,000 for charity saving dogs from death row

Dog rescuer wins £25,000 for charity saving dogs from death row
 

DOG rescuer Trisha Shaw has set tails wagging after scooping £25,000 for charity.
Trisha has spent the last two years as a volunteer for Pawprints – a rescue centre in Rugby which saves abandoned dogs from death row. She also works as the regional coordinator for DogLost, a charity reuniting dogs with their owners.
The 47-year-old from Warwick works day and night for free to look after dogs in need across the county.
And it is her tireless hard work which led the mum-of-three to win the Britain Has Spirit Community Hero award, which recognises people who have had a positive local impact.... read more

 
30 September 2016 in Regional West, Views: 27
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