AlleyCATS Alliance recieves donation from Bosley’s Penticton

PURRFECT MATCH — Bosley’s Penticton donated $1,743 to the AlleyCATS Alliance as part of their Pet Appreciation Month. The AlleyCATS Alliance is a non-profit that works to rescue, rehabilitate, provide medical care and adoption services for feral and orphaned cats and kittens throughout the Okanagan Valley. Emma Beauchamp presented AlleyCATS representative Theresa Nolet with the cheque for the donation. Submitted photo

Bosley’s Penticton is donating $1,743 to the AlleyCATS Alliance as part of their Pet Appreciation Months.

Through the Pet Appreciation Month events, Bosley’s Penticton raises money for local organizations through the donations of their customers.

The AlleyCATS Alliance is a non-profit that works to rescue, rehabilitate, provide medical care and adoption services for feral and orphaned cats and kittens throughout the Okanagan Valley.

Related: 111 cats surrendered to Penticton BC SPCA

Donations such as this provide the the AlleyCATS Alliance with the support necessary to continue their work in the community. Since 2012, AlleyCATS Alliance has helped over 1,400 cats.

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