International Homeless Animal's Day
Every day animals are abandoned or placed into Shelters dependent on charities and goodwill. These organizations are strained beyond coping and are desperate to raise awareness of the plight of homeless and abandoned animals. Homeless Animals Day aims to educate people about pet abandonment, feral animals and the benefits of spaying or neutering your pets. Please help by spreading the word about the importance of spay/neuter and adopting a homeless pet! Support our Shelter; donate, adopt or volunteer!
Pets On Parade
Come enjoy a fun filled Saturday in the sun at the riverfront at the Anderson Dance Pavilion with your two and four-legged friends. Start the day by joining in on the 5K timed run or 1 mile fun walk and collect pledge money to help support the homeless pets. Ask co-workers, friends, neighbors to sponsor you. Better yet, ask your co-workers or fellow animals lovers to form a team and join you and receive team prizes too! Remember, you don't have to bring a pet to participate. Afterwards sit back, relax, and enjoy our fun-filled pet contests, vendors and entertainment. Enter your talented pets in one of the many contests or enjoy the antics of the many participants. There will also be pet demonstrations, food, pet-related booths, and lots of great things to keep everyone in the family entertained. We are sure you will have a doggone great time! To get your pledge packet stop in at the Shelter at 1015 Tri-View Avenue or your vets office starting in August.