The Scottish SPCA wants thrill-seekers to face a freefall at Parachute for Paws

The Scottish SPCA is searching for daredevils to take part in the Parachute for Paws event at Fife Airport, Glenrothes.


We are calling on animal lovers to face their fears and skydive 10,000ft over one of Scotland’s famous airfields.

The event will take place on Saturday 7 September and we hope to attract thrill-seekers awaiting their next challenge.

There is a minimum sponsorship of £450, including a £70 registration fee to secure a place, but we are encouraging all participants to raise as much as they can for Scotland’s animals.

Animal rescue and rehoming chief superintendent Sharon Comrie said, “We’re really excited to host this year’s Parachute for Paws at one of the leading Scottish parachute centres, Skydive St. Andrews.

“Our fundraising team will be on hand and do everything they can to help you reach your target before the event takes place in September.

 “The Scottish SPCA receives no government funding so we rely entirely on the support of the public.

“We hope Parachute for Paws will help us raise vital funds so we can continue to rehabilitate, rehome and release animals in Scotland.”

Find out more or register here

If you would like to volunteer at the event, please contact the fundraising team on 03000 999 999 (option 4) or email

Scottish SPCA volunteer with rescue cat


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