The Humboldt and District SPCA had a successful burger and fun day on Thursday, July 28. It was not just in terms of the excellent turnout, but also in terms of adoptions for a group of adorable pups and a gorgeous adult dog.
The bouncy castles and face painting for kids were a big draw as were the puppies who scrambled to meet and greet everyone in the lobby.
“Five of our twelve puppies have been adopted and one of our adult dogs,” says Abby Sookeroff who works at SPCA. That means six happy owners and six happy pets who are heading home.
The SPCA thanks everyone who came out to support the effort and reminds animal lovers that the need is still great. There are many more dogs for adoption, especially with word that a new mother dog and pups in need of care are coming in.
Like other operations in the province such as Moose Jaw, Estevan, and Weyburn, the Humboldt SPCA is overloaded with cats and has had to stop intaking them. The site needs fosters for their animals and is always hoping for potential animal lovers to consider a new furry family member. They will also gratefully accept donations of puppy, dog and cat food, and the organization always welcomes volunteers.
You can get in touch with the Humboldt and District SPCA at (306) 682-5550.