Pet portraits with Santa to help Surrey animals

It's your chance to grab a memorable holiday portrait of the fur-bearing member of your family – and help other animals in Surrey.

A rescue kitty and Leroy

It’s your chance to grab a memorable holiday portrait of the fur-bearing member of your family – and help other animals in Surrey.

Next weekend, you can get your pet’s photo taken with Santa Claus at Art Knapp Plantland, 4391 King George Hwy.

Pets can meet St. Nick on Nov. 29 and 30, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., at an event benefiting the Surrey BC SPCA Education and Adoption Centre.

There’s a $20 donation per sitting, with proceeds assisting abused, abandoned and neglected animals in Surrey.

If you’d like more information, call 604-574-1711 or email surrey@spca.bc.ca.

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