Animals don’t often get the chance to speak. Perhaps it may happen in a Disney movie, or in the off-chance that your huskey’s wine sounds like “I Love You“. But more often than not, animals are totally reliant on those around them perceiving and meeting their needs. This is where it can get tricky, for where do animals go to when they need help?
Founded in 1873, the Ontario Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is known for sheltering and adopting animals. But did you know they are involved in many other ventures including investigations into animal cruelty, emergency animal services, government and industry advocacy, and education?
So come on down this Tuesday and learn about the great things the OSPCA does and how you too can help out!