Burlington no-kill cat shelter Sunny’s Legacy holding fundraiser


She may lose all of her hair, but Rebecca Rosales, owner of no-kill cat shelter Sunny’s Legacy in Burlington, is willing to make that sacrifice if it will help her save more cats.

Sunny’s Legacy will be holding a fundraising event at Burlington Eagles #150, 2727 Mount Pleasant St., from noon-6 pm Saturday.

Rosales will be selling authentic Mexican cuisine (including tamale plates, street taco plates, cups of elute, sides of rice, single tacos and single tamales) and tres leches cakes for dessert.

Raffles and a 50/50 contest, information on low-cost spay and neuter clinics, and prepaid orders for exclusive Sunny’s Legacy T-shirts will also be part of the event.

There will not be any cats at the fundraiser, but the big attraction is, if Sunny’s Legacy is able to raise $50,000, Rosales will shave her head. The ultimate goal is to help keep the shelter on its feet and with the resources it needs to continue carrying out its mission.

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