SPCA giving out pet food
The Nova Scotia SPCA is looking to help families in need before the winter season hits by providing them with food to feed animals in need.
That applies to anyone who can’t properly feed their pets or those who rescue dogs or who care for a large group of cats in their community.
Beginning today (Tuesday), the Nova Scotia SPCA will be the recipient of more than 37,000 lbs. of pet food from PetSmart Charities of Canada’s – Buy a Bag, Give a Meal Program, and will be sharing it with the community and those in need.
Free, giant bags of pet food are available for pickup at the SPCA’s Dartmouth Animal Shelter at 5 Scarfe Court, from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
“Winter is coming and the Nova Scotia SPCA wants to ensure all animals, even those in low-income communities across the province have full bellies this season,” said Elizabeth Murphy, CEO of the Nova Scotia SPCA.
In addition to inviting individuals, rescuers and community members, the SPCA will also be loading four U-Haul trucks with pallets of food to deliver food to organizations across the province that support low-income families.
For more information, the SPCA can be contacted at: email@example.com.