Wolves and SPCA Join Forces

Wolves veteran defenceman Justin Sefton and Howler were on hand at the SPCA shelter on Wednesday morning to help generate awareness for stray animals in the Sudbury region. The SPCA is a self-funded non-profit organization that provides food and shelter for stray cats, dogs, and other animals. The SPCA relies on private donations to continue the great service they provide to our community and to local animals in need.

The community is invited to attend SPCA Night at the Sudbury Arena on December 28th when the Sudbury Wolves take on the Niagara IceDogs. In doing so, attendees are asked to bring dry dog food, dry & canned cat food, as well as non-clumping cat litter, dog toys, collars and leashes and donate them to the SPCA shelter. The SPCA will be using the food to help feed stray cats and dogs throughout the course of the winter.

Donation boxes will be located at the main and V.I.P entrances prior to the game. If you do not have food or litter and would still like to support the SPCA a collection box will be located at the SPCA display in the Lower Lobby near the Wolves Souvenir Shop. Everyone who makes a food or monetary donation to the SPCA will receive a ballot for a chance to win gift certificates to local restaurants worth a total value of $250.

The Sudbury Wolves are supportive of this community-minded campaign and we are excited to partner with SPCA this season.

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