Published: 17:08, 11 April 2018
| Updated: 17:08, 11 April 2018
More than £450 was raised to help care for abandoned pets through a charity walk.
A total 40-plus people, and almost as many dogs, took part in the annual event from Frandham Kennels in Minnis Lane, River.
They followed a circular route, taking in Kearsney Abbey and Russell Gardens in Dover.
The day raised £477, which will go towards looking after dogs taken in by the kennels for rehoming and cats at
Rhodes Minnis Cat Sanctuary, which also need new, loving owners.
Both charities care for abandoned, unwanted and abused former pets, all of which need veterinary treatment.
They do not receive any outside funding.
Running costs for Rhodes Minnis Cat Sanctuary are around £200,000 a year while Frandham Kennels spends around £1,000 a week, mainly on vet bills and food.
For more information, call Frandham on 01304 823133 or Rhodes Minnis on 01303 862243.
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