With a wholehearted mission to end hunger for the furry friends of people who are homeless this holiday season, Sooke Animal Food and Rescue Society’s “Boneless Project” is launching its first ever Pet Food Drive on Monday, November 24th between 8am – 2pm at Rock Bay Landing at 535 Ellice Street.
“While Cool Aid shelters provides essential services like and meals a daily meal to people experiencing homelessness, we rely on donations to feed the little furry companions that mean so much to those who have so little,” said Erin Gallagher, Volunteer Administrator at Cool Aid.
Donations of dry cat and dog food, along with flea treatment medications are most urgently needed. Coffee will be generously provided to volunteers and donors by Bows & Arrows Coffee.
– Poster art by Debbie Rhodes