Grab the phone and get ready to dial,  the Swift Current SPCA Radiothon is back again tomorrow.

In a year where the Swift Current SPCA is facing record amounts of animals on the waitlist, and the prices keep getting higher for supplies, the annual Radiothon hopes to help them meet their needs. 

Beginning at 9 a.m. with Ken Audette, folks will be able to listen in live on The Eagle 94.1 for details, discussion, and live updates on the fundraiser. 

All folks have to do to make a donation is give Joanne Schatkoski, the development officer for the Swift Current SPCA, a call at 1-306-560-8787.

For the folks who work at the Swift Current SPCA, like Shelter Manager Amy Dixon and Animal Coordinator Sara Filion, the love for the animals they care for is what motivates them to keep up with the job. 

"You see animals come in when they are not in their best life situations and things like that," said Dixon. "Being able to send them out to forever homes and having those families that accept them for what they are, that's really the positive aspect of this." 

Filion, who has been with the SPCA for two years now, has helped care for dozens if not hundreds of these animals and is always filled with joy when they get adopted. 

"Sometimes you shed a few tears when an animal goes home," said Filion.  "Some come from kittens and then grow up here, so it's nice when they finally get to go home and live their forever lives." 

The money raised for the SPCA goes towards their operating costs, as well as for supplies like food, toys, beds, and additional care goods.

Last year, the SPCA Radiothon managed to raise close to $26,500. This year, they hope to match that number or surpass it.