A charity is appealing to animal lovers in the North-east to help pets in its care by donating prizes for its Scottish Animal Week open day raffle.
The Scottish SPCA is hosting open days in centres across the country on September 10 to encourage the public to meet animals who are in its care.
Graeme Innes, centre manager in Drumoak said: “We’re looking forward to the open day and we’re hoping it’ll encourage people to rehome an animal.
“We’ll be running different events on the day and would really appreciate any donations for the raffle.
“The money raised on the day will help the abused, abandoned and injured animals who are in the care of the centre.
“As an animal welfare charity we receive no government or lottery funding so we rely entirely on the support of the public.”
Donations can be handed into the centre in Drumoak near Banchory.