Young local volunteer makes & sells handmade goat milk soaps to support our shelter!

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Meet 9-year-old Bella Frasher from Cascade! After Bella and her mom Mandi began volunteering at the shelter, Bella decided she wanted to do more to help. Bella and her mom came up with the idea to make and sell their home made soap in support of our shelter!

Making goat milk soaps has become a family project, with Bella’s love for animals as the driving force. This amazing family has decided to sell them with 100% of the proceeds going to our shelter to provide for cats and dogs waiting for their homes!

Read KCRG’s story on Bella Boo Soaps here!

The soaps are available in lavender or non-scented varieties, and in four shapes: Paw print ($3), Kitty ($5), Flower ($5) and Decorative bar ($5).

If you’d like to support a young entrepreneur and the Animal Welfare Friends, email with your order. Soaps can be picked up at the shelter or M Town Tire in Monticello, or Cascade – please note this in your email. Checks should be written to the Animal Welfare Friends.