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By Andi Bourne

Cakes for Canines boasts largest crowd to support shelter animals


Andi Bourne, Pathfinder

Paws Up Safe Home Animal Shelter volunteers and Pop's Place staff. Pictured (L-R): Mary Anna Rich, Nancy Shirley, Tim Clark, Pat Winkler, Connie Clark, Hazel Tyler and Jen Stevenson. Not pictured: Elinor Williamson, Jo Ogden and Nancy Braun.

SEELEY LAKE – Pop's Place opened their doors after their month long spring break for the annual Cakes for Canines donation pancake breakfast May 1. The free breakfast included pancakes, bacon and eggs, great conversation and an opportunity to support the Paws Up Safe Home Animal Shelter in Potomac. Paws Up Operator Hazel Tyler said it was the best turnout they have ever had for the event.

There are currently 26 dogs, a feral cat colony and five cats at the shelter. They adopted out two horses last fall.

Tyler is grateful to owners of Pop's Tim and Connie Clark for donating their time,...

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