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Cardiff Dogs Home wins two RSPCA awards

The UK’s largest animal welfare charity has awarded Cardiff Dogs Home two awards in recognition of the standard of kennelling it provides, and the way it looks after stray dogs.

The team at Cardiff Dogs Home has now received at least one RSPCA Pawprints Award every year since 2008. This year it was a Gold award in the Stray Dogs category and a Silver award for Kennelling.

Cabinet Member with responsibility for the Dogs Home, Cllr Dan De’Ath, said: “To receive at least one Pawprints award for 15 years in a row is a fantastic achievement.

“Each and every animal that the dogs home looks after deserves the best standard of care possible, and these RSPCA awards show that, with the support of an army of volunteers, and in partnership with local charity The Rescue Hotel, that is exactly what they get.”

Sioned Nikolic, public affairs advisor at RSPCA Cymru, said: “We have been so impressed with the standard of entries to this year’s awards, in particular the entries from Wales. It’s always so rewarding to celebrate the winners and their inspiring initiatives and hear just what a huge impact their work has had on animal welfare locally.

“Local Authorities play a huge role in the delivery of animal welfare; many of them doing incredible work in the face of steep challenges.”

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