Doggy donation for RSPCA

DOGGY DONATION: Chloe Papadontas was quick to respond for to call for dog treats by the Whyalla RSPCA, donating some pigs noses to the local shelter.
DOGGY DONATION: Chloe Papadontas was quick to respond for to call for dog treats by the Whyalla RSPCA, donating some pigs noses to the local shelter.

A thoughtful local girl recently took it upon herself to help the Whyalla RSPCA out in a time of need.

When Charmaine Papadontas told her seven-year-old daughter Chloe that the RSPCA were running out of dog treats, she was all too ready to help out.

"She took a rest day off of school yesterday and she was looking over my shoulder while I was scrolling through Facebook," Charmaine said.

"Chloe made me stop at the post from the RSPCA which said they were low on donations. She said we had to get some dog treats and take them down straight away."

The duo went to the Doggy Deli to purchase some pigs noses for the dogs, and took them to the RSPCA, where Chloe was given a glowing reception.

"They made quite a big deal about her, I think she was a bit surprised by the attention she got. She loves animals," Charmaine said.

"When we left she said 'I feel so good mum'."

The Whyalla RSPCA are holding the Million Paws Walk this weekend, make sure you register for the day by heading to www.millionpawswalk.com.au.