Sit, stay, shake paws with Santa

Proceeds from pet photos with Santa (on a Harley-Davidson) event will help at-risk kids and at-risk pets.

A local charity that works to improve the lives of animals – and their people  – is holding a Christmas-themed fundraiser.

Semiahmoo Animal League is offering Pet Photos with Santa (And Harley Bike), a by-donation event taking place at Barnes Harley Davidson Dealership in Langley (8859 201 Street) Saturday, Dec. 10.

Photographer Andreas Bernauer is donating his time and expertise to the event, which runs from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Proceeds from each $10 donation go to Semiahmoo Animal League Inc., (SALI), to fund programs for at-risk children and at-risk animals.

SALI helps seniors, women fleeing from domestic abuse, and people living on the street keep their pets, through temporary foster programs, sponsorships, and support.

It also provides advocacy on behalf of animals and animal welfare and rescue groups.

For more information, visit www.sali.ca or call 604-657-2957.

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