Saturday, Nov 29th, 2014

Acting president of the Antigonish branch of the SPCA Raylene Dewan and Nova Scotia SPCA CEO Elizabeth Murphy during a meeting at the People’s Place Library Nov. 8. PHOTO: Richard MacKenzie

A Saturday (Nov. 8) afternoon meeting at the People’s Place Library marked a significant move for the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) in Antigonish and area as well as the local cat rescue group known as Homeless Cat Allies (HCA). In a Nov. 4 press release, which preceded the weekend meeting, Nova Scotia SPCA CEO Elizabeth Murphy started by praising the work of retiring SPCA Antigonish [...]

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