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SPCA holds Open House

The Open House will be followed by the Paws for Cause walk on Sunday, Oct. 5 at Blair Park.

The Port Alberni SPCA held an open house at their Broughton Street facility on Saturday, Oct. 27. The event, which included a pet costume contest and and a used bike sale, raised money for Port Alberni facility.

Next weekend, the SPCA and Scotiabank are holding Paws for a Cause in Blair Park on Margaret Street to raise more funds for the organizations Port Alberni facility. Registration starts at 11:30 a.m. and the walk starts at noon. Pets on a lease are welcome!

“All the money that’s raised at that event will be used to help animals in this community so it’s a really important fundraiser,” said Alberni-Clayoquot SPCA branch manager Irene Towell.

The Port Alberni branch currently has two dogs up for adoption as well as several cats. For more information on adoption and other ways to help, call 250-723-5269.

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