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SAINTS celebrates 10 years

Guests on the SAINTS tour Saturday are encouraged to play with some of the residents. - Bob Friesen photo
Guests on the SAINTS tour Saturday are encouraged to play with some of the residents.
— image credit: Bob Friesen photo

Senior Animals In Need Today (SAINTS) held its 10th anniversary Saturday.

SAINTS was moved to the current sight on Dlugosh Avenue eight yrs ago by Carol Hinde, and the organization has cared for more than 650 animals in its 10-year history.

There are four full-time staff during the week and 20 volunteers on weekends.

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