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Sick animals will benefit

Sick animals will benefit: Evelyn Mielke presented a cheque for $804 to the Campbell River SPCA on behalf of the B.C. Barris Agency which hosted a doghouse raffle and then donated the proceeds to the SPCA to go towards their medical fund. On Nov. 30, Tansy Roberts’ ticket was drawn and the owner of five dogs – two of which were adopted from the SPCA – was presented with the prize, an Ultimate Eco-pod Doghouse that featured solar security lights, rainwater catchment system and a National Geographic weather station. - Alistair Taylor/The Mirror
Sick animals will benefit: Evelyn Mielke presented a cheque for $804 to the Campbell River SPCA on behalf of the B.C. Barris Agency which hosted a doghouse raffle and then donated the proceeds to the SPCA to go towards their medical fund. On Nov. 30, Tansy Roberts’ ticket was drawn and the owner of five dogs – two of which were adopted from the SPCA – was presented with the prize, an Ultimate Eco-pod Doghouse that featured solar security lights, rainwater catchment system and a National Geographic weather station.
— image credit: Alistair Taylor/The Mirror
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