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Netherlands – 3 animal caretakers lock themselves up for 48 hours in a spacious dog kennel for charity.

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The animal shelter Zwolle found a unique way to raise money to help the dogs in their care.

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Together with about 250 local animal aid organizations throughout the Netherlands, the DierenLot Foundation stands up for animals in need.

Companion animals, stray animals and animals in Dutch nature can count on their support.

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Not only financial support, but also support in resources and knowledge.

The animal shelter Zwolle found a unique way to raise money to help the dogs in their care.

Volunteers of the shelter let themselves be locked in cages for 48 hours to draw attention to their Crowdfunding campaign.

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The money will be used for the upkeep of the shelter and to build a new dog playground.

The volunteers left their cages on Sunday at 4 p.m., but the animal shelter’s Christmas challenge continues until December 25.

Up until now, the shelter has collected over 6,700 euros, well over their original goal of 2,500 euros NL times reported


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