Workers Thought They’d Found A Muddy Puppy. But They Cleaned It Off And Got The Cutest Surprise

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At first, Schwar ran the hospital from her home. However, due to demand, she had to find a bigger, more appropriate setting. As a result, the number of animals she and the hospital can accommodate has now risen to more than 200 at any one time.

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Now, veterinary staff are able to deal with every animal that crosses the hospital’s doors. In fact, not a single one is denied treatment if it is needed. Consequently, a team of volunteers and professional vets work tirelessly to ensure every critter receives the utmost care.

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What’s more, the charity covers a large swathe of southern England – including some parts of London – and people often find animals in the most extraordinary of locations throughout the region. One such discovery came in 2012 in the east of London, at Canary Wharf.

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