New animal ambulance for Little Irchester charity

The new animal rescue ambulanceThe new animal rescue ambulance
The new animal rescue ambulance
The new vehicle will help the charity with its work rescuing animals across the county

A charity which rescues and re-homes hundreds of animals each year has taken delivery of a new set of wheels.

Animals In Need has got a new animal rescue ambulance to help with its vital work across the county.

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The vehicle was bought by Support Adoption for Pets, the animal rescue and pets adoption charity launched in 2006 by Pets at Home which helps thousands of pets get a second chance.

Annie Marriott from Animals In Need in Little Irchester said: "Everyone at Animals In Need would like to say a huge thank you to Support Adoption for Pets for buying us an incredible brand new animal rescue ambulance.

"A big thank you to Rob at Bobcat Graphics and his wonderful graphics team for kindly sign writing it for free."

And she added: "We have had a tow bar fitted so towing our horse trailer won’t be a problem when we need to transport farm animals and ponies."

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For more information about the charity based at Pine Tree Farm in Little Irchester, click hereTo see more of the animals who are looked after by the charity, click here

Animals In Need's new set of wheelsAnimals In Need's new set of wheels
Animals In Need's new set of wheels

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