34 W Merchant St, Audubon, NJ
THIS IS A MEMBERS ONLY EVENT!!!
In the spirit of the holiday season, let's celebrate and help an animal in need!
Our Donor Recipient Will Be: The Animal Welfare Association
Get ready for this delicious 3 course, fixed price meal:
• Upon Arrival
• Tomato Bruschetta
• First Course
• Soup, Escarole with meatballs or
• Cesar Salad with roasted peppers, Kalamata olives and homemade olives
• Second Course (choose one)
• Chicken Oscar: Sauteed chicken breast layered with swiss cheese, crab meat and asparagus; topped with bearnaise sauce, served with angel hair pasta.
• Salmon: Served with asparagus risotto and roasted pepper butter
• Penne Ala Vodka: Penne pasta tossed with pink vodka sauce with broccoli Rabe
• Dessert, Coffee and Tea Included
• Price: $40 per person, which Includes Tax and Tip
Animal Welfare Association Needs
ALWAYS NEED: Canned Cat Food (without red dye) Dry Cat and Kitten Food (without red dye) Dry and canned dog and puppy food (without red dye)Towels, Wash Cloths, and Non-Fitted Bed sheets , KMR (Kitten Milk Replacer), Kitten Bottles Rabbit Food, Timothy Hay, Small Ziploc Baggies, Paper Plates for Canned Cat Food, Liquid Hand Sanitizer (that doesn't need to be rinsed off with water),Medium/Kitchen Sized Trash Bags, Bleach,Paper Towels,Liquid Laundry Detergent, Non-Scoopable Clay Cat Litter, Carefresh Small Animal Bedding
OCCASIONALLY NEED: Rabbit/Bird Toys,
Straw Rabbit Mats.
Kong and Nylabone toys, Kuranda Dog and Cat Beds, Puppy Training Pads (for use under animals recovering from surgery), Liquid Hand Soap Alcohol A gram scale (for weighing medications)
White Copy Paper (8-1/2 x 11) Postage Stamps Staples gift cards
TRASH TO TREASURE
Turn your trash into treasure for our shelter pets! Various household items are used as toys by our shelter pets to provide stimulation and reduce stress.
We cannot accept or use: Soiled items Electronics/appliances Carpets/rug remnants Tires/car parts Large pillows/bedding Expired pet food Human clothing
Enriching the Lives of Shelter Pets
We all know shelter life can be stressful. The best way to reduce stress is to provide our animals with outlets for their natural behaviors and give them something fun to do. There are a million simple everyday items that can be transformed into enrichment toys. These are great projects or donation drives for kids and youth groups.
It is important that we have a constant supply of these items so that not a day goes by where a kitten or cat, dog or puppy, or rabbit or small animal sits bored in their cages. It is also important that these items arrive disinfected and ready to use.
The easiest way to have the greatest impact would be to collect just one or two items (bottle caps and tissue boxes for instance) and bring in a dozen or so of each at a time.You can turn just about anything into an enrichment item! Even your: Shower curtain rings, Paper bags, Any size boxes, Mirrors and wind chimes ,Socks Strainers (colanders), Golf and ping pong balls, Clean, empty pill bottles New paint rollers, Pipe cleaners, Pom-pom craft balls, Unused straws, Herbs like Catnip and Lavender, Milk jugs and cartons, Plastic kiddie pools, Large containers with shaker tops, Basketballs, Soccer balls, Broth
Please feel free to contact [masked] to receive some tips on how to turn your trash to treasure or find out what kind of neat stuff our animals really love. Drop by with your items and check out the animals you have helped enrich face to face!
We need your help!
CHINESE AUCTION INFO
Each person would bring a gift; spending no more than $15 on it. The gift should be bagged, wrapped, basketed...or something like that; BUT needs to be visible on the display table.
Bidders may buy raffle tickets to try to win the item. Proceeds will go to Animal Welfare Association.
The more Auction Items the Better; so additional items are welcomed!!
JAN W. IS OUR AWA COORDINATOR
Thank you so much, Jan W., who has volunteered to be our point person for this event... and also deliver our goodies to the AWA! Let's help her load her car with all of our donations.