There were paws galore at Reflections Holiday Parks Moonee Beach last month with the park’s recent ‘Doggy Date Night’ attracting more than 100 visitors with their canine companions and raising $1,720 to support the RSPCA service at Coffs Harbour.
The money raised at the community event, held late last month in conjunction with RSPCA NSW, will go a long way towards providing the care, shelter and veterinary treatment for the many animals that pass through its doors.
The night is an opportunity for the local community, businesses and guests to get involved and repeating its generosity from last year, local business, Sawtell Kitchen Centre, matched the $860 raised on the night to bring the total to $1,720.
Guests and their furry companions relaxed and watched the screening of ‘A Dog’s Purpose’ in the outdoor theatre.
The park is pet-friendly and RSPCA NSW describes the park as a dog’s paradise with plenty of open space and picturesque views with great facilities.
Park Managers Mark and Kelly Shaw have two dogs of their own and appreciate the good work that RSPCA NSW does and the value they bring to the local animal community in need.
It was Poodles of fun!