Super vegan gran Serena Queeney is taking on a mammoth challenge to raise funds for dog rescue charity K-9 Angels that’s run solely by volunteers and co founded by vegans.  

Serena says,

“After rescuing my little dog Frankie, who means the world to me, I wanted to help dogs in anyway that I can. I’m a keen walker but I’ve never walked 120 miles continuously before.  I chose to walk in Brighton as I know it’s a vegan & dog loving community. I’m walking in one mile loops around Grand Junction Road & past Habitat where my good friend Judy who’s 84 years old will man the stand keeping track pf the laps. We maybe grans but nothing will stop us helping our four legged best friends!!”

“I honestly believe being vegan is helping me walk such long distances. I’ve already walked In my trained building up distance & stamina  50 miles on Norfolk coast path with heavy backpacks & I’ll be upping the distance to 50 miles then 65 finishing on 80 miles – 2 weeks before the big 120 mile walk. It will take me approximately 60 hours to complete this mammoth walk.”

Serena and the K -9 Angels would really appreciate your support and any donations to help K-9 Angels carry on helping dogs in desperate need. They send food, shelter & medical help to help dogs in appalling conditions.

“I hope the weather is good for walking but no matter what I’ll keep walking. My daughter Suzie & some of the K-9 Angels will be on course to cheer me on & collecting donations too.”

“Come down & cheer me on & meet the K-9 Angels. I’ll be thinking of my Frankie dog all the way & the less unfortunate dogs that desperately need our help.”

Click here to donate.

Pola Popieszalska and Victoria Featherstone Pearce the K 9 Angels will be meeting supporters during the event as well.