FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The BC SPCA is launching a matching campaign supported by three generous donors to help provide urgently needed care for animals rescued from horrific situations of animal abuse.
According to the SPCA, all donations up to $125,000 will be matched through the generosity of the Eldon and Anne Foote Fund, Eileen and Anna, and Gordon and Daphne Squire, helping to save twice as many animals.
The SPCA says it rescues tens of thousands of animals each year, such as Duke the dog who was recently brought to the BC SPCA in Dawson Creek suffering from an excruciating eye injury.
For more information and to make a donation towards the matching campaign, you can visit the BC SPCA’s website.
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