Looking to Adopt a Kitten or a Dog? Head to Pet Valu in Rye Ridge on Saturday

On Saturday there will be a dog and cat adoption event on Saturday April 25 from 11:00am til 3:00pm at Pet Valu in Rye Brook, featuring animals from Adore-A- Bullies Paws and Claws.

The event celebrates Pet Adoption and Rescue Month and includes raffles, cupcakes and doggie chocolates for sale.

According to Greenwich animal rescue volunteer Tina Aronson, the event will feature many young kittens for adoption.

Screen Shot 2015-04-23 at 10.33.59 AM The Pet Valu event features dog washes (wash your own dog in custom tubs) for $10.00, with all proceeds going to Cat Assistance and Adore-A-Bullies Paws and Claws
Pet Valu is located in the Rye Ridge Shopping Center, 142 South Ridge Street in Rye Brook, NY. The event runs from 11:00am to 3:00pm.

Cat Assistance is a non-profit that takes cats from private owners who are forced to give them up. They also rescue cats and kittens from overcrowded shelters that have run out of time and may be in danger of euthanasia. Cat Assistance gives cats necessary medical treatment, which may include spaying and neutering. Each cat is socialized and loved while in their care, in the hope that we they can be matched to the perfect home. Cat Assistance also works to educate the public about the importance of spaying & neutering to reduce the overpopulation of unwanted animals.

Find Adore-A- Bullies Paws and Claws was born from the passion of a small group of individual rescuers.  We were overwhelmed with sadness for the large number of companion animals surrendered to the NYC shelter system each day and felt we needed to do something to help.  Their goal is to develop a network of experienced fosters who can prepare shelter animals and strays for life in a forever home.  We seek to find the most appropriate match for each companion animal to minimize returns and ensure happy tails. Find them on Facebook.


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