CASH sells chocolate bars to raise funds for shelter cats

Chilliwack Animal Safe Haven is having its second Cats in Hats and Bow Ties chocolate bar fundraiser on March 21.

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Above, (from left) Sarah Zurowski, sister Kari, and mom Peggy, have a look at some of the Purdy’s chocolate bars and book marks for sale during a fundraiser for Chilliwack Animal Safe Haven (CASH) at Chilliwack Mall on Saturday.

Proceeds from the ‘Cats in Hats and Bow Ties’ fundraiser go to help the cats at the shelter.

If you missed the sale, they will be having another chocolate bar and bookmark sale on Saturday, March 21 from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. near the Safeway entrance at Chilliwack Mall.

The milk chocolate Purdy’s bars feature pictures of various cats at CASH with cutouts of hats and bow ties glued to the images. Cost is $3 for one or $5 for two chocolate bars. Bookmarks are $5 each.

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