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Wolves play for SPCA

In order to continue helping animals in need, the Ontario SPCA has to rely on community support. On Dec. 28, the Sudbury Wolves are taking on the Niagara Ice Dogs, and fans are invited to help the animals out.
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Sudbury Wolves player Justin Sefton and the team mascot Howler recently visited the Sudbury OSPCA. The Wolves Dec. 28 game versus the Niagara Ice Dogs will be in support of the SPCA. Fans can bring donations of wet and dry kitten and cat food, dog and puppy food, non-clumping kitty litter and pet accessories. Cash donations will also be accepted. Supplied photo.

In order to continue helping animals in need, the Ontario SPCA has to rely on community support. On Dec. 28, the Sudbury Wolves are taking on the Niagara Ice Dogs, and fans are invited to help the animals out.

Donations of  wet and dry kitten and cat food, dog and puppy food, non-clumping kitty litter and pet accessories, as well as cash, will be accepted. Everyone who makes a donation will be given a ballot for a draw for prizes donated by the Wolves. 

SPCA coordinators are looking forward to a “howling success” of a night. 



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