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Furry Friends Festival (Benefit to help Dogs seized at Puppy Mills)

From: Teresa
Sent on: Tuesday, February 10, 2009 8:14 PM
If anyone is interested in going here is the information.

Furry Friends Festival, on 02/21/09, to help the puppy mill puppies!! (Holiday Inn, on Pine St., in Everett)


Festival to benefit dogs recently seized from puppy mills

EVERETT, WA - February 4, 2009

Citizen volunteers in association with Everett Animal Services, The Humane Society of Skagit Valley, SPOT and NOAH invite the public to attend the Furry Friends Festival, a benefit for the animals affected by January's kennel seizures in Snohomish and Skagit Counties. The festival will be held Saturday, February 21, 9:00 am-9:00 pm, at the Holiday Inn Downtown Everett, 3105 Pine St. Everett, WA. . Festival admission is $5/adult, Free for children 12 and under.

The daylong event begins at 9 am and feature several talented musicians, a silent auction, an arts and crafts sale, White Elephant/Tag sale, children's activities, pet parade, animal talent show and pet costume contests will fill the day and continue into the night with a dinner catered by the Holiday Inn at 6pm followed by a live auction at 7 pm. Dinner tickets are $25 and can be purchased beginning Monday, February 9th at any of the locations listed on our website or through any of our volunteers.

Volunteers from area shelters will answers questions accept donations and introduce animals available for adoption
Since January 21, 2009; over 600 dogs have been rescued in raids of Snohomish and Skagit County kennels. Many of these poor dogs are reported to be pregnant. The Humane Society of Skagit Valley, SPOT and NOAH are non-profit agencies that are relying on public donations to provide the veterinary care, food, and basic needs to appropriately care for these small dogs. Costs have been estimated at $20 per animal per day.

The Furry Friends Festival is independently organized by concerned citizen volunteers in association with the Everett Animal Services, Humane Society of Skagit Valley, SPOT and Noah. All proceeds from the festival will go to these organizations to care for the dogs of January's kennel and puppy mill raids.

For donations, tickets, and additional information, visit or email [address removed]


KC Cunningham
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