A little puppy love

Kids that love animals can now spend a week with the SPCA learning more about them.

  • May. 29, 2011 1:00 p.m.

Kids that love animals can now spend a week with the SPCA learning more about them.

Participants will enjoy a range of educational and fun activities, including animal-themed games, skits, crafts, guest speakers and more.

“The highlight for many of the kids who take part in our camps is the time they spend every day interacting with, and learning about, small animals such as cats, rats, and other small furry creatures,” said BC SPCA humane education manager Paula Neuman.

“They also spend time with very lovable dogs belonging to SPCA staff members.”

There will be two camps in Cranbrook running in July. Camps are open to all kids ages eight to 12. Camp spaces fill up quickly, so register early. To register call 604-599-7209.

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