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Black Country News: Dogs' dinner is thanks to caring staff; STOURBRIDGE.

ANIMAL lover Fleur Brandrick is doing her bit to repay the loving care of the RSPCA by collecting items to make up a "dog's dinner" for Christmas.

Fleur was so grateful for the charity's treatment of her dog Loki that she wrote to supermarkets asking for donations.

Now she has collected more than pounds 1,800 worth of dog, cat and animal food, as well as leads, dishes, and other items.

She plans to hand it over to the charity's Barnes Hill Animal Hospital and Rehoming Centre in Birmingham as an early Christmas present for the animals.

Fleur, aged 37, of Swanfield Road, Wordsley, Stourbridge, said the RSPCA treated her German Shepherd Loki for years before the much-loved dog had to be put down in January.

"The RSPCA charged me the minimum and the staff were marvellous," she said.

Fleur now has another German Shepherd, 12-month-old Ra.


GRATEFUL...Fleur Brandrick with German Shepherd Ra.
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Date:Dec 13, 2007
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