Porsche help rescue animals at RSPCA in Block Fen, Wimblington

PUBLISHED: 13:48 18 December 2017

Porsche Cambridge support RSPCA Block Fen. Rescue dogs Pete, Mick and Louise are all still looking for new homes. PHOTO: RSPCA

Porsche Cambridge support RSPCA Block Fen. Rescue dogs Pete, Mick and Louise are all still looking for new homes. PHOTO: RSPCA

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A boot full of goodies has been donated to the rescue animals at RSPCA at Block Fen thanks to a car dealership.

Porsche Cambridge support RSPCA Block Fen. Rescue dogs Pete, Mick and Louise are all still looking for new homes. PHOTO: RSPCAPorsche Cambridge support RSPCA Block Fen. Rescue dogs Pete, Mick and Louise are all still looking for new homes. PHOTO: RSPCA

Porsche Centre Cambridge said they were delighted to support the Wimblington centre as part of their 12 Days of Christmas charity donation.

During the last four weeks customers, staff and local residents of the Harston dealership donated for the animals by filling the boot of a Porsche Cayenne.

Andy Matthews, general sales manager who lives in Chatteris, along with Patsy Marshall and Amy Dennis from the dealership, delivered all the Christmas goodies this week to the team at the centre.

Andy said: ”This was a really special event for us to support such a fantastic local charity in our catchment area and we were overwhelmed with the support we received.

“A huge thank you for everyone that donated to such a worthwhile cause.

The team are seen with rescue dogs Pete, Mick and Louise who are all looking for new homes.

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