Thursday, April 10, 2008

Got Plans for Saturday?

I'm SO going. Who wants to join?

Second Chance Pet Adoptions Annoucnes Open House and Yarn Cutting for New Cageless, "No-Kill" Animal Adoption Center - from Carolina Business Connection

Here's the main info:

Who: Second Chance Pet Adoptions

What: Second Chance Pet Adoptions has opened a larger adoption center to help continue the organization's goal of finding new homes for stray and abandoned Triangle animals.

When & Where: The Open House and yarn cutting ceremony is set for Saturday April 12, from 11 am to 3 pm in the Tanager Center at 6003 Chapel Hill Road Hwy 54 West in Raleigh. The yarn cutting ceremony will take place at 12:30 p.m.

Why: "As the Triangle's first no-kill facility, we've helped thousands of animals find permanent, loving homes," said Brian Darer, a Raleigh attorney and volunteer president of Second Chance Pet Adoptions. "Our cageless cat rooms and dog adoption room allow the public to interact with all of our animals. The new facility should help increase the number of animals we can save, and also create a warm and inviting place for the public to meet their new family members."

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