An animal rescue charity has asked the public for their votes to help them win £50,000.
The Scottish SPCA is in with a chance of winning the money as part of the Pets at Home Love to Give scheme.
Scottish SPCA Aberdeen Animal Rescue and Rehoming Centre Manager Graeme Innes said: “We don’t receive any government or lottery funding which means we rely entirely on the public to be able to continue our work rescuing and rehoming animals in desperate need of our help.
“This money will go straight towards the animals in our care, and will pay for vet treatment, toys, treats and much more to continue the everyday running of our centres.
“Last year our centre in Aberdeen cared for 2,132 rescued animals which highlights just how busy we are.
“Without these donations we would not be able to continue our vital work rescuing and rehoming abandoned and unwanted animals in Scotland.”
Snoop is one dog who has benefited from the help of the Scottish SPCA.
Snoop was severely emaciated and seriously dehydrated when he was rescued.
He was immediately put on intravenous fluids and the vets were unsure if he would make it through the night.
When Snoop was admitted into our care he weighed a mere 5.85kg but by the time he was rehomed, he weighed a healthy 14.2kg.
Members of the public can vote in the Pets at Home scheme five times before voting closes on 31st May.
You can vote at your local Pets at Home store or online at www.scottishspca.org/vote