Paws for a Cause to hit the road this weekend

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The North Peace Branch BCSPCA is getting ready to walk in Paws for a Cause this Sunday, September 13th.

Participants are invited to join, starting at Centennial Park.

It’s a provincial event, though some communities like Fort Nelson that don’t have an official BCSPCA conduct a similar walk to fight animal cruelty.

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Branch Manager Candace Buchamer says another topic they hope to bring more awareness to is the fact that their facility also serves a lot of wildlife, and not just family pets.

She adds that a lot of resources are allocated towards calls involving wildlife, as the closest wildlife rehabilitation centre in Northern BC is in Prince George.

Registration starts at 11:30, and furry friends are invited.

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