SPCA Humane Society Cupcake day: takes the cake

The national SPCA Humane Society Cupcake Day arrived on Feb. 29 at David Hoy Elementary School in Fort St. James.

  • Mar. 9, 2016 5:00 p.m.

Barbara Latkowski

Caledonia Courier

The national SPCA Humane Society Cupcake Day arrived on Feb. 29 at David Hoy Elementary School in Fort St. James.

Whether white, chocolate or gluten free, there was a wide assortment of tasty treats to choose from.

Students licked their lips waiting in line to have a taste in support of the animals in their community.

The David Hoy Humane Society Club thanks everyone who baked cupcakes to help support the Canadian Animal Assistance Team (CAAT).

The team is set to come to Fort St. James in June for the third year in a row.

According to the vets and animal health care technicians, there has been amazing care given to the animals in the community and that’s because of the community.

“We have given about 250 free spay and neuters. We are very blessed to have such a compassionate and caring team working for our pets,” said Luisa Johnson, volunteer for the Fort St. James Humane Society.

“It was a fantastic day,” Johnson said. “It was a good sale with lots of volunteers and we couldn’t have done it without the support of local businesses and special thanks go out to Gail Hiebert.”

A total of $1787.70 was raised to help support animals in Fort St. James.

 

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