Hello. My name is Paul Christian and I am a 60-year-old mental health nurse and I have been an animal lover all of my life. I have been lucky enough to have Border Collies who have allowed me to look after them for the past 20 years. Jed, Moss and Meg have crossed over the Rainbow Bridge and now I look after Gem and Bryn. I can’t (and do not want to) imagine a life without dogs in it. I first became involved in animal rights in 2013 when I saw a video of a Lions being shot by trophy hunters. I researched what trophy hunting was and was abhorred by the thought of some person with a gun taking the life of a Lion, Rhino or Elephant for the fun of it. That is when I started Protect All Wildlife on Twitter. I now have 350,000 followers and have been able to raise over £25,000 for animal welfare charities such the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, Lion Aid and the Thula Thula Wildlife Sanctuary through charity skydives and marathons. During the recent wildfires in Australia, thanks to my followers, I was able to raise over £1000 for the Port Macquarie Koala Hospital and Kangaroo Island Wildlife Park. Then I came across an article about Mission’s Miracle and immediately found my own mission….to help their founder Victoria Bryceson and her wonderful team realise their dream to open the first Disabled Animal Centre in the UK to help rescue, care for and rehabilitate sick, injured and disabled animals worldwide. I look forward to a wonderful journey ahead. As Victoria has said ~ “Dogs using wheels and prosthetics can live as good a life as a fully able-bodied dog and this is what we want to show people” I AGREE!