Victoria Eisermann climbing Mount Kilimanjaro

Victoria Eisermann climbing Mount Kilimanjaro

Raising £5000 means that donors will help prevent over 20 million lives of needless pain and suffering.

Model, radio presenter and celebrity charity founder Victoria Eisermann is currently climbing mount Kilimanjaro to raise much needed funds for stray dogs.

Victoria who is a former model and reality TV star and now Co founder of the charity K-9 Angels.

The charity was founded by the 3 glamorous media blondes, TV presenter Anneka Tanaka, Singer Pola Pospieszalska and Victoria Eisermann in 2011.

Victoria Eisermann is the co founder of dog rescue charity K-9 Angels, which was founded in 2011 and has since rehomed over 800 dogs, spayed 3000 dogs as well as raised hundreds of thousands of pounds to build a shelter that now houses 110 dogs which the charity regularly sends food and medical aid to.

Simon Cowell tweets about the K 9 Angels and gave a huge shout out on Britain's Got Talent.

They have a long list of celebrity followers include Ashleigh and Pudsey, Will Travers OBE, Jilly Johnson and Kevin McNally.

All funds raised for the climb will go to help mans best friend. Victoria has 5 dogs of her own and is quite literally dog mad.

Victoria says;

"Now I'm no athlete that's for sure! Just watch me in Total wipe out! (See link) oh yes you will laugh your head off!

I have a slipped disc too however I WILL climb Kilimanjaro no matter what as I'm determined to help as many dogs as possible. My target is to raise a minimum £10,000 so double what I raised last year."

Just one non spayed female dog and her offspring can produce 67,000 puppies in only six years.

It costs just around £16.60 to spay one female (If we raise just £5000 - that's 300 females which will directly prevent around 20,100,000 (yes! you read it correctly over twenty million) lives of needless suffering and pain in 6 years.

The K-9 Angels team work so hard all year around rescuing and re homing dogs in desperate situations from a life of misery. The enormity of the task can be overwhelming.

They say prevention is better than cure so all the monies raised from the climb will be used to spay and neuter as many dogs as we can.

We will of course keep you updated on how many dogs have been helped with this programme so you know how your donation is being spent and how many dogs lives you have helped prevent being born in to a life of misery and unnecessary suffering."

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