Nanaimo SPCA pet calendar available

Animal lovers can enjoy 12 months of pets thanks to the Nanaimo and District SPCA’s annual calendar.

Animal lovers can enjoy 12 months of pets thanks to the Nanaimo and District SPCA’s annual calendar.

The 2012 version is on sale with all proceeds going to pay for the needs of animals in the care of SPCA.

Pet pictures include cats, dogs, birds, farm animals and even goldfish.

Photos are submitted by Nanaimo area citizens who donate to the SPCA through purchase of a space on the calendar.

Calendars are $10 and available at the SPCA shelter on Labieux Road, Sow’s Ear Medical Clinic in Lantzville, veterinarian offices, Olivers Pet Supplies in Brooks Landing and True Blue Natural Pet Foods in Rock City Centre.

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