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Rotherham animal rescue creates amusing virtual choir as a thank you

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Pictured is 12-week-old ‘Charlie’ Abandoned Staff/Cross Whip at Rain Rescue, Summerfield Lodge, Mwat Lane, and Wickersley, with Charlie Ho Dave Findlay a full-time rescue center volunteer

Rain Rescue is based on Moat Lane in Wickersley and has saved the lives of countless vulnerable dogs and cats since its launch in 2002.

The center put together a virtual choir video to add a little festive cheer – and people can now watch their performance on YouTube.

A center spokesperson said: “With Christmas approaching, and Covid lurking in the background, the cats and dogs at Rain Rescue decided to give a big thank you to everyone who contributed to making their future lives happy. One.

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With a little help from their human friends and caregivers at Rain Rescue, the dogs and cats decided to put together their own ‘virtual believe’ chorus as they sing with their little hearts out to get everyone involved in the Christmas spirit.

“The Virtual Make Believe Choir represents nearly 400 dogs and cats whose lives were saved or changed this year by Rain Rescue and their supporters.

“We are all dogs, cats, and humans alike. We hope you and your readers will love watching and hearing our top pick of the year.”

The center hopes that viewers will also donate to its attraction, give the toys to the animals it cares for and tell others about the video.

Pictured is 12-week-old ‘Charlie’ Abandoned Staff/Cross Whip at Rain Rescue, Summerfield Lodge, Mwat Lane, and Wickersley, with Charlie Ho Dave Findlay a full-time rescue center volunteer

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