Get pet photos with Santa

Profits from the event will go to benefit Katie's Place

Katie’s Place is doing Pet Photos with Santa at Bosley’s in Maple Ridge on Sunday, Nov. 25 and Sunday, Dec. 9.

Over the years this festive fundraiser has created warm memories for both the pet owners, as well as the volunteers.

The photos are done by donation and all the funds raised go directly to the care of animals and the Maple Ridge shelter.

The pet photos event is one of the shelter’s most successful fundraisers and has proven that, yes, there is a Santa.

Come to visit Santa Claus between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. with your BFF (Best Furry Friend).

Santa welcomes them all, from dogs to cats to hamsters to horses to lizards.

The funds raised by the pet photos with Santa are critical to the shelter’s operation.

Many animals owe their lives to the generosity of Katie’s Place supporters.

All these animals have spent many years at the shelter, and may in fact spend the rest of their lives being cared for there.

Visit Santa and the volunteers at Bosley’s this Christmas.

“Your photo will be a memento of your furry family member at Christmas and a memento of what you gave the homeless ones.”

•Bosley’s is located at 22745 Dewdney Trunk Road, Maple Ridge.

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