RSPCA seeking out 'kindest kid'

Friday, 22nd July 2011

Young people who administer pet medication to sick animals and feed them pet food may want to enter a competition to have their efforts recognised.

The RSPCA is running a competition to find Britain's Kindest Kid in order to celebrate the charitable work of children.

Open to young people between the ages of five and 16, the five finalists will get to go to Downing Street.

The winner will receive £1,000 in pocket money and £1,000 worth of vouchers that can be given to their favourite charities.

A statement from the RSPCA said: " Whatever the reason, we think you deserve to be recognised and rewarded for all the special and caring things you do in aid of animal welfare, no matter how big or small, and all the animals you help think so too!

"Simply nominate yourself, or someone you know, by filling in the online entry form at"

The closing date for entries is September 5th.