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Wayward Cats holding spay-ghetti dinner

Funds from the spay-ghetti dinner will help Wayward Cats save more kittens like Gideon.
Funds from the spay-ghetti dinner will help Wayward Cats save more kittens like Gideon. - Contributed

BIBLE HILL, NS

You’ll soon be able to feast at a feline fundraiser.

Wayward Cats is holding its second annual ‘spay-ghetti’ dinner at the Bible Hill Village Hall on February 17, from 6-9 p.m.

The meals includes pasta with homemade meat or vegetarian sauce, a drink, a whole wheat or white roll and a slice of pie.
The evening will also include door prizes, a silent auction, 50/50 draw and a raffle, and music will also be provided by Wayne Delaney.

The silent auction will include gift certificates from many local businesses, gift baskets, oil changes, RECC passes, Scotia Pool passes, chocolate, and much more.

Origami Owl will have a booth set up with merchandise for sale, with a percentage going to Wayward Cats.

Those who aren’t able to make it to the dinner can arrange for take out.
Tickets are $15 for adults, and $7.50 for children under 10, with those under the age of five fed at no charge.

A take-out package, to feed a family of four, is $20 and must be picked up between 4 and 5 p.m. that evening.
Tickets are available at Truro Vets, Fundy Vets and Central Nova Animal Hospital.

All money raised will go to help cats in Colchester County.

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