December Fundraiser Benefits Animals
The third annual "Puttin' on the Ritz Top Hat and Tails" adoption event will be held at the Fair Barn Monday, Dec. 7.
All the dogs and cats to be adopted will be black and white.
"This year we feature wine, heavy hors d'oeuvres and an awesome silent auction," says a spokesman. "We will also be having a red carpet pet parade featuring vintage cars to transport our animals."
Tickets, which are $30, are now being sold by various members of Animal Advocates. Sponsorships are also available from $250 to $2,500, and all are tax deductible.
"We are seeking donations for our silent auction," says the spokesman.
All proceeds will go to support AAMC's programs such as spay and neuter, surgery needs and emergency care; feral cat sanctuary; lost and found animal program; foster care program; emergency phone line; and adoption events.
Animal Advocates of Moore County is committed to all aspects of animal welfare, including spay/neuter programs, prevention of animal cruelty and animal rescue assistance. AAMC provides community education for animal welfare, supports humane legislation for animals and promotes compassion and protection for all animals.
"So come out to the Fair Barn and enjoy a 'sophisticated' event and mingle with adoptable black and white animals and other dedicated animal lovers," says the spokesman.
AAMC was founded by Maureen Horansky in 2000 and is a nonprofit organization.
To obtain tickets, call Sue Mims at (910) 245-7446, Maureen Horansky at (910) 295-7587 or the Animal Advocates office at (910) 944-5098.
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