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Dancing with the fishes

13 Sep 2011

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Guests “journeyed to Atlantis” at the Melbourne Aquarium on September 10 to raise funds for Assistance Dogs Australia at the PETstock Foundation Gala Ball.

Pictured above is Kathryn Siddle, of PETstock South Melbourne, whose family is raising a puppy for the Assistance Dogs program.  

The puppy stayed home but Kathryn, her penguin friends and 400 other guest clubbed together to raise $104,000 for the charity.

It costs $25,000 to raise each assistance dog, which are given to disabled people to increase their mobility and improve their lives.

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