A heart-warming project in Banbury to give a homeless pet a dinner at Christmas is back.
The Give a Homeless Pet a Dinner at Christmas campaign was launched many years ago to help local animal shelters out during the festive period.
And now it has been brought back - and already been welcomed by many people.
Paul Bennett, the man behind the campaign, said: "Back in the 1990s we launched our pet food collection to help the local animal shelters out at Christmas.
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"Back then we asked kind animals lovers if they could drop in tins, bags, of food or treats into Chalkys record shop for the homeless pets.
After a successful return last year, we are launching it again for this Christmas.
"We're asking you guys to drop off pet food at Chalkys, 1 Canada Close, Southam Rd ( behind B & Q ), so we can distribute it to the local shelters BARKS and The Ardley Rescue Kennels in time for Christmas."
Alternatively Paul has set up a Just Giving page if people want to donate towards some tins - visit: https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/paul-bennett-66