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Local NewsBrant County SPCA to host Cupcake Day on Monday

Brant County SPCA will be hosting their annual Cupcake Day at their Mohawk Street location on Monday, February 27, 2023.

After a three-year hiatus from in-person festivities due to the pandemic, the Brant County SPCA is excited to be once again hosting an in-person Cupcake Day party at their shelter on Mohawk Street from 11:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

To get involved you can drop by the shelter to donate and pick up cupcakes – you receive a delicious cupcake for each $2 donation. For a donation of $24 you can pick up a dozen of delicious cupcakes, for $48 – 2 dozen, and so on. If you call their shelter before Saturday afternoon you can also pre-order your cupcakes ahead of time.

Not able to make it down to the shelter on Monday? Animal lovers can also show their support by donating online through the SPCA’s website: brantcountyspca.com/cupcake-day-donation/

The SPCA’s is hoping to raise $25,000 this year and all funds raised will go directly to supporting animals and families in our local community. Donations to Cupcake Day help the SPCA provide love, safe shelter, food, medication, spay/neuter surgery, and veterinary care to cats, dogs, and small animals in our local community.

“After a few years of organizing virtual Cupcake Days, we’re excited to be back to baking and connecting with our community in person. This is an important event for us as it raises funds to ensure we can continue to provide veterinary care, medicine, food and most of all comfort and love to the animals that rely on us. Spring is always a busy time for us so this will help us prepare for the influx of cats we see each Spring,” said Robin Kuchma, Executive Director of the Brant County SPCA.

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