Middleton Public School raise $200 for the RSPCA

Middleton Public School students have participated in a fundraiser for the RSPCA.

Mrs Charlton (Kerrie’s mum) and Mrs Norton bought in chicks, ducklings, calves, lambs, a working dog and rabbits for the students to handle and feed.

The children raised $200 to assist the charity.

It was fun to hear the students referring to Bruno, Mrs Norton’s Dorper lamb, as a goat.

Bruno was very well behaved and loved all the attention.

The petting babies were a big success however, a little worn out by finishing time.

Later in the day Sarah Nagle from the RSPCA visited from Sydney for a presentation about what the RSPCA does to assist stray, unwanted or mistreated animals.

Students viewed a video of a puppy stuck in a wombat hole and cheered loudly when the rescue was successful.

A big thank you to Mrs Charlton for taking her time to assist such a worthwhile charity.