Discover more about a greyhound protection group at Stalham talk

Annie Boddey with some of the rescued dogs the organisation has helped. Picture: Simon Finlay

Annie Boddey with some of the rescued dogs the organisation has helped. Picture: Simon Finlay - Credit: SIMON FINLAY

Pet lovers can find out more about a greyhound charity and the work it does at a talk in Stalham.

Norwich-based Action for Greyhounds has been invited to attend the monthly meeting of the Stalham over 55s Good Fellowship Club at the town hall, between 2 and 4pm on Friday, March 17.

Members of the non-profit making organisation, which is dedicated to the welfare of greyhounds, will be accompanied by six greyhounds, each of which has its own rescue story.

Greyhounds Vince and Lacey are living in AfG foster homes while awaiting adoption. The other four greyhounds Zen, Itzy, Misty and Fran have been adopted and are happily settled in their new family homes.

Spokesman Annie Boddey said Misty had a particularly sorry background. She said: 'She was found as an unclaimed stray.


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'She had been brutalized with her identifying ear tattoos being either burned or cut out.'

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