ALL things sweet and delicious will be on sale this Saturday, 28 July at Amanzimtoti SPCA.
Funds raised will buoy the animal shelter.
The cake sale will run from 8.30am until noon and will offer a great time for all. Extremely kind and selfless Cherry Muir and Marlyne Grobler will run the cake sale.
“They will sell tea, coffee and cakes to raise funds for our SPCA,” explained Toti SPCA’s Michelle Hannan. “The morning will take place at the 1 Nyati Road, Athlone Park grounds. We are appealing for and will really appreciate any donations of baked goods to sell.”
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SPCA supporters can also use the opportunity while at the SPCA to page through its wide range of books, and passionate thrifty purchasers can have fun browsing through the charity shop, where your one-of-a-kind could be waiting.
The many volunteer dog walkers will be on hand to answer questions about dogs available for adoption. There are an array of beautiful kittens up for adoption too.
Donations of clothing and household goods are always welcome at the charity shop, as well as donations of old leads, collars, beds, dog jerseys and toys for animals at the SPCA and for the dogs at Edu-Paw.
“It will be our pleasure to have this little function at the Amanzimtoti SPCA, since they do so much good. All money raised will go towards the shelter,” explained Cherry. “Come along and support our SPCA and all our little fur buddies. Perhaps those attending could bring along a can or two of food for the shelter’s animals. They would certainly be most grateful.”
For more information, call the SPCA on 031-904-2424/5.
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