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Street Paws, founded in April 2016 promote humane behaviour towards animals by providing free of charge veterinary care and assisting in the provision of temporary accommodation to animals owned by people who are homeless, vulnerably housed and other vulnerable groups severely affected by poverty. We operate outreach provision across the UK in the North East, North West, Yorkshire, Wales and Northern Ireland. Please visit our website for more information streetpaws.co.uk
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After watching a documentary on this fantastic charity, I really wanted to help. As I'm not into running, I though why not stop drinking for a month!!
I am running the great north run (for the first and last time) and would like to raise money for an amazing charity who give help and support to homeless dogs and their owners around the UK.
I will be running the Langdale marathon in Oct of this year in order to raise money to help the homeless population of Manchester care for their dogs. All money raised will go to Street Paws charity. The target is £200 but i am hoping to surpass that so anything you can give would be helpful and greatly received. Thank you guys.
On the 22nd September I will be running the Belfast City Half Marathon in memory of our beloved family dog, Eve. Eve touched every heart she met and was the most beautiful and brilliant dog. Everyone who met her fell in love with her and she was truly our best friend. Losing Eve was so sudden, as she was always full of beans and mischief. Eve fought so so hard against her blood illness and amazed even the vets with how strong she was, but unfortunately it just wasn’t enough. The vets who treated her were incredible, so patient with us and truly dedicated to exhausting every possible option to save her. We love her so much and would’ve given anything to have her well. Losing Eve has really made me think about those who can’t afford veterinary care for their furry friends and how difficult that must be, being unable to help and them healthy again. StreetPaws recognises this and offers free veterinary care to local homeless animals. Every animal deserves to be given a chance, and this charity makes it possible.We love you so much Eve, and your paw prints will stay in our hearts forever.
Abbeymoor Vets support Street Paws with food donations and some of our vets volunteer regularly with the Street Paws Team. We think they do a wonderful job and we would like to raise money to help them.
Tyson is only 9 months old and he’s been in a spot of trouble recently! He needs urgent surgery to repair a fracture to his hind leg. Can you help us to raise the funds needed to get him back on his feet? Thank you
After doing WCF55 in April, I swore I'd never do anything like it again!
Thankfully I'm a sucker for bad decisions and I'm back to getting punched in the face again!
Fight night is the 14th of September (message me for ticket details!)
I'm currently fundraising for Street Paws, who do amazing work for the pets of the homeless across the North and I hope to be more actively helping in the Manchester area once I receive my RCVS registration in September!
Please donate if you can, even small donations can have a massive impact on animal welfare!
Every year I donate any tips, donations I receive to a local dog charity. This year I have chosen Street Paws.
Scott Miller and Cat Henstridge are both vets and Charity Patrons of Street Paws. Scott and Cat are both very committed to our cause and offer great support. This year they have committed to complete this years Great North Run on Sunday 8th September to raise vital funds.Please support us we need your help! Training has been slow help us to get motivated.
Hi Guysas you may or not know, I have signed up to to the Lyke Wake challenge in July. It is a 40 mile run and hike and thought if putting this much effort in, it should be for a good cause. Helping homeless pets is an absolutely awesome charity and it’s local. If you can spare a lil donation, anything would be really appreciated. Also a very fitting tribute to our boy Rufus. Thank youAngie xxxx 🏃♀️🏃♀️🏃♀️🐶🐶🐶
Heather and Jack are running in the Manchester 10k again this year and in memory of our beloved Jack Russell, Pippa, who we sadly had to let cross the rainbow bridge two weeks ago we are making a donation to Street Paws to help both people and animals when they are most in need. Please support them too if you are able to. Thank you Heather & Jack.
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