Godmanchester animal charity opens doors to public
- Credit: Archant
Youngsters were given the chance to learn how to take care of their family pets at an animal shelter open day.
Wood Green centre at King’s Bush Farm, Godmanchester open its doors at the weekend with lessons from staff at the centre.
Clive Byles, chief executive of Wood Green, said: “We wanted to also show to the local residents what we are about as a charity – we got a lot of people saying they got a positive picture of Wood Green.”
On Saturday there was also a dog show, stalls with information on looking after pets and a visit from Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service.
Visitors were also allowed to take a look at abandoned animals that need re-homing.
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“We got a lot of interest from families on some of our dogs and cats that have been at the centre for a long time,” added Mr Byles.
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