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120 shelter animals in need of towels, blankets & newspapers at SPCA Fiji

120 shelter animals in need of towels, blankets & newspapers at SPCA Fiji

By Simione Tuvuki
Wednesday 10/03/2021
[PC: SPCA Fiji ]

120 shelter animals are in need of towels, blankets and newspapers at the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals in Fiji.

SPCA Fiji says these materials are used in their cages to keep the animals and their fur babies warm and comfortable.

It says they are also used for the animals after surgeries, which can be changed 3 times a day and would last 2-3 weeks.

SPCA is also requesting for in-kind donations such as dog and cat food, toys and cleaning supplies.

You can drop off donations at the SPCA Fiji office at 155 Foster Road along Walu Bay.

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