British media personality Selina Scott was brought to tears yesterday after having visited the Centro Canino animal sanctuary in Palma and played with a group of dogs in one of the large pens. The final straw for Selina Scott was when she met two of the Centro Canino's newest arrivals, two brother pups with no home. The centre for abandoned cats and dogs is trying to raise funds to help set up a new home before the July deadline to leave the site in order to make way for the bulldozers as part of the Palma City Council's green belt plan. Selina Scott, who fully backs the campaign, said yesterday that with so many wealthy people and millionaires on Majorca “why don't they lend a hand and make a donation, or many of them have large houses, why don't they come down and give one of these lovely animals a home.” Selina Scott, who rattled off a long list of ideas of how to get the campaign really going, was impressed by the hard work being done at the centre and the excellent healthy condition of the animals “it breaks my heart to see them all here,” she said. Selina Scott also said that she intends to do everything she can to help the campaign and also plans to get the wheels moving in London.

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