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Natalia Evans

Generosity in Action - October 2012

"The BC SPCA's emergency medical care saved Lucy's life before I adopted her - fundraising for the BC SPCA was a way to show my appreciation" says Natalia Evans who came first in the BC SPCA Calendar Contest earning Lucy Lemon her prime spot on the cover.
"All three dogs come to work with us (at The Hitch Company); between them and my husband, all the sales reps were talked into donating in Lucy's name" laughs Natalia.

Natalia Evans feels that Lucy Lemon was the last piece of the puzzle for their family. Max, the black lab, is clearly her husband’s dog; Bailey is their independent one; but Lucy Lemon is Natalia’s buddy. "I think Lucy Lemon must have had cats close by at the shelter - she’s learned cat behaviour! She chases mice and likes to sit on laps, and isn’t completely content until everybody has cuddled up on the couch with her in the evenings."

"All three of our dogs came from the BC SPCA, but Lucy needed such expensive surgery that I know she never would have made it if it wasn’t for the SPCA’s Biscuit Fund".

In appreciation for Natalia's efforts fundraising for the BC SPCA in this year's Calendar Contest we encourage shelters to name an abandoned animal 'Natalia' in the month of October.


For more information on our Generosity in Action program, please contact Stephanie Trimble, Manager, Philanthropy, Revenue Development 1-800-665-1868.


More generosity in action

May 2017 - Sheila Veness

February 2017 - Mary Ann and Raymond Aldus

December 2016 - TELUS

September 2016 - The Maggie Carpenter Trust

August 2016 - Gregg Baker

June 2016 - The SPCA Auxiliary

May 2016 - Kitchen Therapy

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