Pet shop girls jump for SSPCA

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Linlithgow animal lovers Diane Ezady and Allannah Hay have raised a small fortune for worthy causes by taking a flying leap from the famous Pass of Killicrankie.

Diane, a receptionist at VetsPets, Linlithgow, and Pets at Home colleague Allannah Hay, aimed to raise cash for Scotland’s main animal charity as well as Cancer Research and the Italian Greyhound Rescue Charity.

The team are fundraising though https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/diane-ezady-1 and have now reached their £500 target.

Diane said: “I’ve never done anything like a bungee jump before and was very nervous right before jumping.

“I’m so glad I did it and had so much fun. Cancer Research is a charity very close to my heart as I’m now more than five years clear.”

Vets4Pets Linlithgow is based in Pets at Home in Stockbridge Retail Park. New owners, husband and wife Ellen Schmidt MRCVS (veterinary surgeon) and Laszlo Novak (practice manager) are very proud of Diane and Allannah, along with the whole team.