LETTER: Thanks for the support towards rescues

I want to thank the West Shore, Sooke, Metchosin, Highlands and Victoria communities for your support over the last nine years with my own brought-to-life Year Round Bottle Drive for Animal Rescue. Due to medical reasons I have had to resign from the bottle drive and slow down and smell the flowers.

READ ALSO: West Shore bottle drive benefits animals

In nine years I have met some absolutely wonderful human beings and critters, and have had the pleasure bonding with many. In the nine years of raising funds with the bottle donations I have been able to bring in on my own close to $70,000. All the details are listed on my website cookiescrittercare.com of who and where the money goes to.

I do have a replacement who is taking on my bottle drive and collecting donations for her rescue called Su Casa Rescue. Please call Alana at 250-380-8324 for pick-ups. I still have my accounts open at the four bottle depots – Alpine being one and the three Return-It Depots downtown – under the account named Cookies Critter Care. You can still add your bottles and the money will go to the rescue.

READ ALSO: Seven baby bunnies and a turtle rescued in Saanich this month

Thank you so much for your support towards the rescues with your bottle donations, you have made a huge difference.

Just to note, my business Cookies Critter Care is still up and growing strong. I won’t be going anywhere.

Cookie

Cookie’s Critter Care

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