Alice Kurta accepts a cheque from Gary Guenther.

Paws and Claws donates funds to Cannery Road Animal Rescue and 1950’s stove to North Pacific Cannery museum

Paws and Claws donates a percentage of their profits to the Cannery Road Animal Rescue Society each month.

Paws and Claws Thrift Store owner Gary Guenther hands a $200 cheque to Alice Kruta, a founding member of the Cannery Road Animal Rescue Society.

Paws and Claws donate a percentage of their profit to the society each month in order to help them with operations. The rescue society is in the process of spaying and neutering 23 cats.

Additionally, Paws and Claws donated a stove from the 1950’s to the North Pacific Cannery for its museum this month.

The store is currently open on Tuesday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily for the winter. To organize a donation pick up call 250-600-3444.

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