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SPCA Fiji food drive at Cost U Less in Laucala Bay Road and Extra Supermarket from 9am to 3pm this Saturday
They are also in need of basic cleaning supplies

SPCA Fiji food drive at Cost U Less in Laucala Bay Road and Extra Supermarket from 9am to 3pm this Saturday

They are also in need of basic cleaning supplies

By Semi Turaga
Wednesday 01/12/2021
[image: supplied]

A food drive will be held at Cost U Less in Laucala Bay Road and Extra Supermarket in Flagstaff from 9am to 3pm this Saturday by the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals in Fiji.

Apart from food items, they are also in need of basic cleaning supplies for shelter animals as things have been tough due to COVID-19.

SPCA Fiji says every little bit helps, whether it's a can of tin fish or a bag of dog biscuits.

The organisation adds if you can't make it to the two locations a cash donation is always welcome.

Listed below are the items that are utilized on a daily basis in the shelter and clinic.

Bleach (Janola)
Rice Tin Fish (possible in oil or can also use tomato sauce )
Liquid dishwashing detergent
Soap Powder
Dog Biscuits (Pedigree or chum)
Whiskas
Split peas
Liquid milk
Mop (head and handle)
Scrubbing Brush
Mop Bucket
Paper towel
Newspaper
Liquid Handwash
Garbage Bag
Dishwashing paste

SPCA Fiji says you can also make donations to the following bank accounts below.

The account name is Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Fiji.

Westpac Bank Fiji Account: 9801064933

BSP: 039001

SPCA Fiji says use the reference " FOOD DRIVE_[your name]” and drop them a note at spcafijireception@gmail.com to advise on transaction details.


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