Hank, a six-year-old Brussels Griffon, tastes a cupcake baked for puppies Saturday in Langley City with the encouragement of 'mom' Patricia Curle while friend Lawanna Quest looks on. It was part of a fundraiser for the Langley Animal Protection Society. There were cupcakes for people, too.

Cupcakes for pets and people at Langley fundraiser

Event raises money for the Langley Animal Protection Society

Hank, a six-year-old Brussels Griffon, licked his whiskers after diving into a dog-friendly cupcake Saturday outside Harvey Pet Foods and Supplies in Langley City Saturday.

“He likes it,” said owner Patricia Curle, who had come from South Surrey to make a donation to the cupcake fundraiser for the Langley Animal Protection Society as part of National Cupcake Day.

Organizers planned to return to the store at 20811 Fraser Highway tomorrow ( Sunday) from 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. “or until we run out of cupcakes.”


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