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Pooches make owners walk this way in park

By South Wales Evening Post  |  Posted: March 26, 2013

  • let's go Mary Lewis with Enya, a Llys Nini resident who is looking for a home.

  • lead the way Kelly Puckett with Riley and Lauren Casey with Lady (top) and Ceri Thomas and Kieran with Bonnie the dog (above).

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IT was a case of the tail wagging the dog as many pooches took their owners for a walk as Llys Nini's Animal Centre held its first Spring Mutt Strutt, at the Gnoll Country Park in Neath

Numerous responsible owners, some whose pet dogs are past purchases from Llys Nini, walked with their four legged friend around Gnoll Park, raising money to help the homeless animal centre, at Llys Nini, Penllergaer.

Dogs currently home in the centre, waiting for that right person to come along to make them a part of their lives, also joined the walk.

On enrolling, dogs received a Llys Nini neckerchief to wear on the walk and on finishing they received a certificate.

Christine Sweeney from Gorseinon who took Smokey, a January 2002 purchase from Llys Nini, along to the Spring Mutt Strutt, said: "It was a great first Spring Mutt Strutt organised by the centre, undoubtedly the first of many.

"It is just a shame the recent temperatures weren't more like spring temperatures, but at least it remained dry."

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  • 3l1zab3th  |  March 26 2013, 1:20PM

    Missed the walk, or thought the day was too cold for you? You can still make a well needed donation, visit rspca-llysnini.org.uk learn how you can help, by clicking on 'How to help.' Alternatively make a late donation to the Spring Mutt Strutt, by clicking on the red button.

  • 3l1zab3th  |  March 26 2013, 1:14PM

    Missed the walk, or thought it too cold for you? You can still make a well needed donation, visit http://tinyurl.com/brqlyje to learn how to help, or click donate!

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