Bail out your favourite “jailbird” from SPCA’s kennels

Trayn O’Carrol and Gaynor Swanepoel said "Rescue us! We're barking mad."

The Kloof and Highway SPCA is gearing up for its 2017 Dog Box fund-raiser and 34 people will be participating in the voluntary lock-up.

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The group will be locked in the 24 socialisation run kennels for 24 hours from noon on Friday, 26 May until noon on Saturday, 27 May to raise funds for the organisation.

“This is our third year hosting the Dog Box fund-raiser and it has to be one of the most sociable and fun events of the year for our SPCA. We would like to invite our community to come along and join in on this exciting event by visiting the participants in their kennels,” said the Kloof and Highway SPCA’s marketing manager, Lisa Mörck.

The funds raised will be used in the organisation’s ongoing fight against cruelty to all animals.

The NPO’s Moonlight Market will also be in full swing on the Friday night from 5pm to 8pm.

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There will also be live singing in the tea garden as well as refreshments on sale.

There will also be a market on Saturday from 8am until 12pm.

To make a donation to help bail out your favourite participant, contact Lisa Mörck on 031 764 1212/3 or email pr@kloofspca.co.za for details.

 

 

 

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Lloyd Mackenzie
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