The Roanoke Valley SPCA cooked up 200 pounds of spaghetti on Wednesday to help some four-legged friends. It's all for the SPCA's 8th annual Spay-ghetti fundraiser at the Jefferson center.
The money goes to help spay and neuter animals before they're adopted. The SPCA sold about 1,000 tickets last year and hope to surpass that this year.
"It's fun," says Denise Hayes of the Roanoke Valley SPCA. "There's music playing and you get to have lunch with your friends."
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