High fashion shoes, jewellery and handbags along with plants, cakes and an array of second hand items were quickly snapped up by bargain hunters at the Noosa RSPCA garage sale held last Saturday.Manager Nicole Cleary said the fundraiser brought in almost $6200 for the animal shelter.
“We had some amazing stall donations,” she said.
The funds will go to assist the dogs and cats like two-year-old Staffy-cross Sparkles, who are at the shelter waiting to find new homes. With her bright blue eye this stand out pup would make a loyal and loving companion for someone. Sparkles doesn’t like to be alone so she needs a home where she is allowed inside and has companionship most of the time. She’s not interested in living with other dogs but has previously lived with small children and cats.Nicole said RSPCA Noosa would hold a pre-Christmas garage sale some time in November. If you want to know more about Sparkles phone 5449 1371 or visit RSPCA Noosa on Hollett Road, Noosaville.