Megan wanted to “do something big” to help the centre after she saw its work with injured hedgehogs.
A young girl is to climb Snowdon to help raise money for an animal rescue centre after she saw their work with injured hedgehogs.
Six-year-old Megan from Nottinghamshire said she wanted to “do something big” and asked her parents what big mountains she could climb.
She will be joined by her friend, Sophia, for the hike in March.
The centre said the donations would be a huge help as they had been unable to fundraise during the pandemic.
Animal enthusiast Megan decided she wanted to help Brinsley Animal Rescue in Nottinghamshire after she saw them post online about a hedgehog coming into their care after suffering acid burns.
“She was quite upset and struggled to understand why anyone would do that to an animal,” said her mother, Kelly Stammers-Bennett.