MKFM listeners rally to save local cat Zoe as fundraising target is met in under five hours

    MKFM's campaign to save a cat in Milton Keynes who would have been euthanized if her quarantine bills were not paid has been a success with the full amount of money being raised.

    MKFM launched the campaign this morning after the RSPCA locally had raised £865 out of the £1,300 required to allow Zoe's quarantine bills to be paid and for her to be re-homed.

    Many MKFM listeners and supporters then helped to push the campaign over the line, with almost £500 raised in less than five hours.

    The result means that Zoe can now complete her full course of quarantine, before being re-homed.

    MKFM understands a potential home for Zoe in Stony Stratford has already been found for once she completes quarantine.

    Darren Dorrington, Managing Director at MKFM said: "We're delighted with the success of this campaign and would like to thank everyone who took part to raise this money in such a short amount of time."

    "I'm delighted that Zoe can now be re-homed once she has completed her quarantine and hopefully has a great life ahead of her."

    You can see our campaign launch and the fundraising page by clicking here.

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