Prince George Humane Society Launched
Prince George, B.C. – A new organization focussing on the welfare of the animal community has been launched as the Prince George Humane Society and, it is receiving the support of Northland Hyundai.
The society is a community-based, registered non-profit that provides a safe haven for abused, neglected and abandoned animals in the north, with special emphasis on promoting sterilization programs for animals residing in rural and First Nation communities.
The Executive Director of the Prince George Humane Society is Angela Lotze,
who formerly was the Manager of the North Cariboo branch of the SPCA. She says the animals in the society’s care are currently being taken care of in foster homes, but the hope is to have a permanent home in the future.
Today’s announcement was made at the Auto Mega Sale at the Exhibition Grounds. Mario Kazulin, General Manager of Northland Hyundai, says the company fully supports the efforts and goals of the society adding “it is the most helpless that are near and dear to our hearts.” He announced that Northland Hyundai will donate $100 from every automobile sold from Monday through Thursday next week to the society.” As well, Kazulin announced the donation of a new van to the society for its use in animal welfare.