Everyone has seen many charitable activities, such as charity bazaars, charity art exhibitions, charity marathons, etc. Australia’s Million Paw Walk is unique, because the protagonist of charity events is not human, but a dog!
Can you miss a special activity of dogs rescuing dogs?
History of Million Paws Walk
The history of this charity organization dates back to 1994. Queensland’s Royal Society for the Protection of Animals began a charity organization for dog’s walk in order to raise community awareness of vulnerable animals and raise $1 million to help animals. In October 1994, the first million Paws walk was held at the New Farm Park in Brisbane. This was the first attempt. This idea was accepted by the country in 1996. By 2004, there were 60 promenades and approximately 30,000 and 25,000 animals in each Australian state and territory.
Raise Vital Funds to Fight Animal Cruelty
Million Paws Walk is the largest fund-raising organization for the Royal Animal Protection Association. On designated routes in various towns, dog owners will walk on designated routes with their animals for the purpose of raising about 250,000 animals nationwide, that is, “one million paws” Pay a small donation to manage the local animal shelter of the Royal Animal Protection Association.
It is 24 years old now. The once-a-year Million Paws Walk can help animal welfare charities save thousands of animals.
Playful Shows of Million Paws Walk
Event day, there are too many playful scenes to make you stop laughing...
Basic Services of Million Paws Walk
There are live music and entertainment at the Million Paws Walk activity site and it is definitely an interesting event. In addition, the site also provided a large amount of food for dogs to prevent them from being hungry for walking. There are also a variety of stalls where owners can purchase new and exciting dog products for dogs. Besides, there is a free veterinary check on the site to make sure your dog is in the best condition! Don't worry about your dog's safety.
Million Paws Walk as a charity activity, in addition to raising funds to help animals, also provides opportunities for your family dogs to meet new furry friends!
So what are you thinking about? Prepare yourself for the next Million Paws Walk to make a small contribution to animal charity.
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