Wangford vet worker hoping magnets will raise funds for animal care
- Credit: Jill Asquith
Love is a four-legged word.
This is the message a dedicated veterinary worker is hoping will help raise funds for animals in need across the region.
Jill Asquith, who works at Wangford Veterinary Clinic, has started selling custom-made fridge magnets adorned with the message at the surgery.
With magnets priced at £2.50 each, Ms Asquith has vowed to pledge 50 pence per sale to various animal rescue centres across the area.
She said: 'I've had something saying 'love is a four-legged word' at home for yonks and I love it. It always makes me smile when I look at it.
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'That got me thinking that dog-lovers who come into our vets would probably love it too.'
The magnets, which come in green, white and red, went on sale this week and already, Ms Asquith as sold around 100.
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She added: 'People really seem to be really loving them. It is looking good so far.'