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It's said that 2,000 dogs and 4,000 cats are destroyed in Britain every day.
Celia Hammond was a top fashion model. Now she's so furious about the destruction of healthy animals that she's given up her career, even her personal life, to rescue as many strays as she can. She prowls the wastelands and alleyways of London to save frightened, injured and lost cats. Her ultimate aim is to set up her own low-cost spaying and neutering clinics. Narrator Sarah Dunant Photography CHRIS MORPHET Film editor GARY BURCZAK Producer LOUELLA HAMER Director PATRICK UDEN
40 Minutes editor EDWARD MIRZOEFF A UDEN ASSOCIATES production for BBCtv
(Celia Hammond is on 'Open Air tomorrow at 11. 00am
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Unknown: Celia Hammond
Narrator: Sarah Dunant
Narrator: Photography Chris Morphet
Producer: Louella Hamer
Director: Patrick Uden
Editor: Edward Mirzoeff
Unknown: Celia Hammond

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