Sparks the kitty says, “Is this all for me?” Stop by the Balance Vegetarian Shop & Tea Room on June 22 for their fundraiser supporting AlleyCATS Alliance. (Photo by Jill Fey)

Penticton’s Balance Vegetarian Shop & Tea Room to give back to kitties with upcoming fundraiser

Stop by the shop on June 22 to support the AlleyCATS Alliance and indulge in a sweet treat

Time to indulge your sweet tooth and help out some feline friends while you’re at it.

Balance Vegetarian Shop and Tea Room is hosting a fundraiser for AlleyCATS Alliance on June 22 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Located at 249 Westminster Ave W, the shop will be featuring a special cat-themed menu for the fundraiser which will include sweet treats.

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According to a release from the shop, those that attend will have the chance to meet some of the AlleyCATS kitties that are looking for their “fur”-ever homes. The event will also have a “treasures table where you can find that item you or your cat simply can’t live without.”

For more information, please contact Theresa Nolet at 250-490-7694.

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