It’s that pawfect time of year again and registrations are now open at the RSPCA for the 2017 Million Paws Walk.
It’s a day for dog lovers to show off their pooch and have lots of fun while also raising money for those in need. Dog lovers everywhere gather and show support to help fight against animal cruelty and raise money by either walking, donations or merchandise sales.
The event will be held on Sunday 21st May and will be held in 22 different locations across NSW. To check where your location will be please visit the RSPCA website.
All funds made at the Million Paws Walk will be raised 100% through activities on the day. You may even decide to throw your own event at home to make donations and help contribute to the event. All funds made on the day will go directly towards helping abused, neglected or unwanted animals making it the largest yearly event by the RSPCA.
Your involvement in Million Paws Walk will help an estimated 35,000 or more animals who are turned into the RSPCA every year. Your contribution will also help on the road inspectors to run education and support programs to give an insight on animal welfare and help those understand why it is important to keep our animals safe and protected.
There will also be a new challenge event that has never been seen in the history of Million Paws Walk. Beginning from 20th April to the 20th May, you can take the Million Paws Challenge to see if you and your fury friend can conquer walking a million paws. Whilst doing this you can get sponsors from either family or friends to congratulate you on your efforts. Not only will this help the event, but you will get extra fit too!
So if you’re looking to shed those extra pounds or just looking for a fun day out with the family and of course your pooch, then come on down for a day of fabulous filled fun. Even if you don’t have a fur baby at home, still come along as there will be lots of activities for you to enjoy.
Register now, try something new and help transform the lives of our furry friends as you are the voice for them to have a better life.
You’d be barking mad to miss out!