Noosa RSPCA will this Saturday hold its annual fundraising Cupcake Day and plant and garage sale.
The local RSPCA animal care centre is instrumental in giving second chances to animals in need. More than 1100 animals find new families each year through the Noosa Centre but they couldn’t do their work without the assistance of the community.
This year the shelter was forced to shut down to the public due to Covid-19 restrictions while it continued its work helping animals in need but it has reopened under Covid-guidelines. Its online adoption applications will continue to operate and people can check out the animals available for adoption on the website. The RSPCA call centre is also open for animal rescue and cruelty complaints to call on 1300 ANIMAL (264 625).
Anyone can host a Cupcake Day to raise money for the RSPCA but this year in its fifth year of the event Noosa RSPCA will hold its Cupcake Day on Saturday 24 October
from 8.30am to 4.30pm.
Shelter manager Nicole Cleary said this year there would be plenty of plants for sale as well as Bric a brac, clothing. shoes, loads of books, DVDs and other Op shop items.
“We are also selling yummy cupcakes, slices drinks and hot dogs,” she said. And pets won’t be missing out with microchipping and hydro bathing available on the day.
“We are hoping to raise $3500 and that will take the Noosa grand total to near $10,000,” she said.
The Noosa RSPCA Cupcake day and plant and garage sale will be at the RSPCA shelter, Hollett and Noosa-Eumundi roads, Noosaville.