Brockie enjoys playing and going for his daily walk.
Brockie enjoys playing and going for his daily walk.

RSPCA's Million paws walk

The routine morning walk will take on a new meaning on Sunday, May 18 for several CUA (Credit Union Australia) staff members and their pets as they stroll the streets of Noosaville in support of the RSPCA’s Million Paws Walk.

CUA will attempt to raise $2,000 and help to gather one million paws to walk together to raise $1 million for abused and neglected animals.

CUA has been a committed supporter of the welfare organisation for over eight years and CUA managing director Graham Olrich said Sunshine Coast members were very excited to continue the tradition and participate in this year’s event.

“CUA members and their families have always wholeheartedly supported the Million Paws Walk and truly believe in the cause,” he said.

“This is another example of how our members and staff are truly committed to supporting the Sunshine Coast community.

“It gives us all a fantastic opportunity to get together and enjoy a fun family day that is helping to raise much-needed funds for the RSPCA while promoting responsible pet ownership.

“We’re pleased to help the RSPCA as it continues its invaluable work towards providing animal shelters, supporting services and educating the community with their programs.”

The Million Paws Walk is a terrific day for all pet lovers and their beloved four-footed furry friends.

This year’s local walk will start at Noosa Lions Park, Gympie Terrace, Noosaville at 9.30am and will feature various displays, entertainment, vet checks, and a host of other enjoyable activities throughout the day.

Register online at: www.millionpawswalk.com


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