While the cats are away

PUBLISHED: 16:43 21 July 2006 | UPDATED: 10:45 01 June 2010

Great Dane Rooney is pictured above with, from left, Sarah Hollier, Callum Shannon, Megan Hollier and Rebecca Hollier at the show

Great Dane Rooney is pictured above with, from left, Sarah Hollier, Callum Shannon, Megan Hollier and Rebecca Hollier at the show

About 50 dogs were entered into a show at Outwell Playing Field to raise money for voluntary charity, the Cat Haven. There were 30 different fun classes for the Fun Dog Show, which was held for the third year. Eight best in show winners took away rosettes

About 50 dogs were entered into a show at Outwell Playing Field to raise money for voluntary charity, the Cat Haven.

There were 30 different fun classes for the Fun Dog Show, which was held for the third year.

Eight best in show winners took away rosettes, trophies and a goody bag of donated food.

The classes were judged by Francis Rossi, Debbie Elliott, Julie Dutton and Tracy Reeve, who said: "The Outwell Playing Field Committee did not charge us the earth but we gave a small donation to the committee to use the field."

Despite it being one of four dog shows on the same day, turnout was good, and the show raised £300 through category entries and a raffle which was also held.

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