OROVILLE, Calif. - Some Oroville residents got a squeaky clean car Saturday at a car wash fundraiser to help support a local non-profit sanctuary.
The Critter Pass Ranch along with the folks at Orange Avenue Car Wash decided to hold a car wash to help pay some medical bills, food and vetting.
The sanctuary holds more than 50 animals ranging from mice to horses and some even get to interact with the community such as Senior Centers.
“What we do is we cater to special needs animals, animals that not everybody would be able to care for on their own either financially or physically. So we step in and try to take care of them the best that we can for the rest of their lives,” said Claire Desprosier Pass, from Critter Pass Ranch.
The car wash ended at 2 p.m. but if you missed it, the sanctuary is always looking for donations, click the link here to go to their website.
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