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Meet the Easter bunnies in Hornchurch over the weekend

PUBLISHED: 10:10 15 April 2014 | UPDATED: 10:10 15 April 2014

Sammy is fighting back against cancer thanks to Hornchurch Animal Rescue

Sammy is fighting back against cancer thanks to Hornchurch Animal Rescue

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Hornchurch Animal Rescue is having an Easter bunny meet and greet this Saturday at the Fatling pub in Hornchurch

In an effort to raise money for the animal rescue centre they will be offering Easter goodies and a chance to meet the bunnies between 10.30am - 4pm outside the pub on High Street, Hornchurch this Saturday.

The centre is currently treating Sammy, a 6 year old pug who has a cancerous tumour on one of his legs and is desperately searching for the funding to continue his treatment.

For more information about Hornchurch Animal Rescue visit hornchurchpetservices.co.uk

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