A critters great and small are welcome for pet pictures with Santa Nov. 22 and 29 at Urban Safari Rescue Society.

Pet photos with Santa at Urban Safari

Exotic animal rescue society invites people and their pets to two upcoming sessions.

Looking for the puurfect gift for the animal lover in your life?

Bring your furry, scaly, feathery friends to Urban Safari Rescue Society to get professional photos taken with Santa Claus.

There are two dates: Sunday, Nov. 22 from 1-3 p.m. and Sunday, Nov. 29 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Every pet will receive a digital copy of the best photo taken, and one 5×7 print.

By donation (minimum $15 suggested). All money raised goes toward the care of more than 350 rescues and abandoned exotic animals, from spiders and turtles to iguanas, frogs, and snakes.

Help make this Christmas a cozy one for animals, great and small.

Urban Safari Rescue Society is located at 1395 176 Street in Surrey. For information, call 604-531-1100, or email info@urbansafari.com.

 

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