Morley helps Manchester Dogs Home after fire

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Kind-hearted people in Morley have been praised for their genrosity after more than “four car loads” of food, blankets and supplies were donated in aid of the Manchester Dogs Home that was destroyed in an arson attack last week.

Forty three dogs lost their lives in the fire last Thursday night, which left the rest of the animals reliant on the charity centre homeless and in need of basic supplies.

A collection of the donations was organised by Sam Broadhead, who co-runs dog walking company Paw by Paw in Morley. Contributions were made by several of her clients and by members of the public who passed by a collection point outside Morrisons on Saturday morning.

Sam said: “We’ve been absolutely overwhelmed. We took four car loads of things across to Manchester on Sunday and we’ve now got lots more to take again this weekend. We were speechless with how much there was.

“They’ve lost everything over there but the people of Morley have really come out and supported.”