PUPPY LOVE RSPCA may have won Christmas with their tearjerker ad

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Following in the footsteps of festive favourites John Lewis, Marks & Spencer and Sainsbury's, the animal charity has gone down the emotional route for their festive commercial RSPCA have released their 2017 Christmas advert - and it's a real tearjerker. Following in the footsteps of festive favourites John Lewis, Marks & Spencer and Sainsbury's, the animal charity has gone down the emotional route for their festive commercial.The advert follows the story of an unwanted stuffed toy puppy called Woody who is discarded by its owners after being neglected. The tragic tale is is a heartbreaking metaphor for how many dogs are abandoned following Christmas. Thankfully, the advert has a happy ending and the toy is replaced with a real-life Labrador who is being lovingly cared for after being re-homed - hammering home that a dog is for life, not just for Christmas. The advert features an acoustic cover of the Simply Red song Stars, written by Mick Hucknall, performed by singer Lucy Ellie - who works for the RSPCA.Proceeds from the single are being donated to the charity to help in their work rescuing, rehabilitating and rehoming thousands of animals every year.The RSPCA is expecting to take in around 19,000 animals this winter.

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