Kingaroy RSPCA’s Nicci O’Brien and Amanda Johnson with ‘Max’ and Cake’A’Licious owner (and baker) Kate Rider

October 26, 2020

RSPCA’s annual Cupcake Day – or should that be Pupcake Day? – was held on Monday across Australia.

Kingaroy businesswoman and pastry chef Kate Rider didn’t “paws” before jumping on board to help out the Kingaroy RSPCA with their important fundraising day.

Kate operates Cake’A’Licious in Kingaroy Street, Kingaroy.

She baked up a special selection of custom “dog biscuits” for customers to buy to help out the RSPCA.

The RSPCA added in some “dog biscuits” of their own – this time for the furry family members to enjoy! – which were also on sale.

Max, a Tibetan Spaniel from the Kingaroy Shelter, dropped in on Monday morning to thank Kate for her help with Cupcake Day.

Two-year-old Max, accompanied by Nicci O’Brien and Amanda Johnson, cast an approving eye over the treats for sale.

(He’s been getting the full RSPCA special treatment and will be available for adoption at the end of this week.)

The “dog biscuits” will also be available at Cake’A’Licious all day Tuesday.

Some of the doggy treats – for humans! – on sale at Cake’A’Licious to raise funds for RSPCA Queensland

Anderssons Fruit Market for quality fruits and vegetables

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