Pet photographs raise £1,000 for charity
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A photographer has been celebrating National Pet Month by raising money for a charity that helps the elderly keep their pets.
Award-winning professional photographer Lisa North from Harleston has raised £1,000 for the charity Cinnamon Trust.
Volunteers from the charity walk the dogs, take them in if the owner is in hospital, and help with re-homing the animal if necessary.
Throughout April, Ms North gave her time free of charge to take photographs of 30 dogs and cats at her studio, with the owner's donating £30 to the Cinnamon Trust.
She said: 'I wanted to do something for an animal charity in memory of our own beloved dog Cindy, who died in January.
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'I was attracted to the Cinnamon Trust as it highlighted the strong bond between pets and their owners.'
Each pet's image went into a competition and the winner was Joanna Pearce with her cat Zuri.
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