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You can help adorable B.C. animals in need with Halloween treats

These otters need to have some fun on Halloween, too.
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Photo: Critter Care Wildlife Society

If you think trick-or-treating is completely off the table this year, you need to take a walk on the wild side. 

While human interaction may not be in the cards, you can offer a tasty treat to a critter in need to celebrate the spookiest day of the year. 

Critter Care Wildlife Society is asking the public for donations so that it can continue to provide care for sick, injured and orphaned mammal species that are native to B.C.

This Halloween season, however, the organization will add a spooktacular treat to each donation. 

"This year we are including our fur friends in the Trick or Treat festivities," read a statement from Critter Care. "For every $5.00 donated we will give the animal your choice a goodie bag of their favourite treats."

While the minimum donation for the bone-chilling treat is $5, people may also make larger donations, which will include larger goodies for the animal recipients. 

Options:

  • $5.00 - SINGLE - one Candy Gram for the animals (Please specify in the message which animals should receive this treat (Bear, Beaver, Raccoon, Squirrel, Rabbit, Otter)
  • $10.00 - BUDDY PACK - two Candy Grams for the animals (Please specify in the message which animals should receive this treat (Bear, Beaver, Raccoon, Squirrel, Rabbit, Otter)
  • $15.00 - 3RD WHEEL PACK - three Candy Grams for the animals (Please specify in the message which animals should receive this treat (Bear, Beaver, Raccoon, Squirrel, Rabbit, Otter)
  • $20.00 - FAMILY PACK - four Candy Grams for the animals (Please specify in the message which animals should receive this treat (Bear, Beaver, Raccoon, Squirrel, Rabbit, Otter)
trick-or-treat.jpgPhoto: Critter Care Wildlife Facility

Browse the Candy Gram offerings, here.

Critter Care Wildlife Society is located in Langley and is the only facility in B.C. specializing in the care of wild mammals and one of only three bear rehabilitation facilities in the province.  





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