BOISE - It was a stomping good time at Crooked Flats in Eagle Sunday. Spay and Neuter Idaho Pets (SNIP) hosted its second annual Grape Stomp.
It was more than just a day of squishing grapes between toes. The non-profit's mission is to reduce the overpopulation of cats and dogs by helping pay for low-cost spay and neuter programs.
Guests were treated to food, beverages, lawn games, and of course, the grape stomp contest.
Organizers say fundraisers like this are essential to achieving their goal.
"When people can't afford to have their animals fixed, we fix them for them and we never have enough money," said SNIP executive director Diane Ayers. "There's always more need than there is money so this is very important."
A silent auction was also held to raise money for SNIP.