The Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals has thanked Notts County fans for their generous support at our last home match against Colchester United.
Representatives from the RSPCA circulated the stadium raising money for the charity and supporters donated an impressive £250.
RSPCA Branch manager Jo Maddock said: “It will really make a difference in helping to provide veterinary care and attention, as well as supplying food and warmth for those unfortunate creatures without a home.
“A great big thank you to all of the Notts County supporters for being so generous.”
Community liaison officer Matthew Lawson added: "The RSPCA do fantastic work which is often unrecognised as, naturally, people tend to focus on human charity causes.
“At Notts we wanted to do something different and help out with animal welfare, something our fans responded to fantastically and we are proud of our association with the RSPCA.”
The Magpies are in action again this weekend against Coventry City.