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    Foothills Animal Shelter to Hold FREE Adoption Day


    Saving More Lives through the ASPCA Rachael Ray $100K Challenge


    Foothills Animal Shelter has been selected as one of only 50 animal shelters across the country to participate in the fifth and final year of the ASPCA/Rachael Ray $100K Challenge. From June 1 – August 31, 2014, the Shelter will try to go above and beyond saving more animals’ lives than ever before compared to the same three months in 2013.

    This nationwide Challenge asks shelters (and their communities) to adopt more homeless cats and dogs, reunite more lost pets with their families and transfer more animals to rescue partners.

    Foothills Animal Shelter is competing for a chance at more than $600,000 in grant funding—with prizes ranging from $1,000 to a grand prize of $100,000. If funding is won, it will support animal care services such as foster care, specialty veterinary services, spay/neuter, medications, food, kennel care, evacuation services and animal training and enrichment.

    To support this campaign, Grandma’s Frozen Noodles is the proud June sponsor. President Moni Piz Wilson has generously pledged $5 for every animal adopted, reunited or transferred from Foothills Animal Shelter during the entire month of June.

    Kick-off event - find your soul mate at Foothills Animal Shelter:

    • What: FREE adoptions for all pets (normal adoption process still applies)
    • When: Sunday, June 1
    • Time: 10 am – 6 pm
    • Where: Foothills Animal Shelter (580 McIntyre Street, Golden, 80401)
    • Giveaways: Balloons and temporary tattoos for kids
    • Coming Soon: Visit www.FoothillsAnimalShelter.org/SoulMate to see creative campaign ads and videos spoofing dating sites, view possible new companions, check out testimonials, complete a fun compatibility quiz and find out how you can help save more lives.

     

    About Foothills Animal Shelter

    The organization is a true resource for the community providing many valuable pet services including: adoptions, pet licensing, lost and found, affordable spaying and neutering, vaccinations and microchipping. The open-admissions facility (that never turns any animal away) cares for over 9,000 orphaned pets each year. Visit www.FoothillsAnimalShelter.org for more information or in person seven days a week at 580 McIntyre Street in Golden, 80401 (on the northwest corner of the Jefferson County Fairgrounds near 6th Avenue & Indiana).



    Foothills Animal Shelter
    303-278-7575

    May 26, 2014


    Last Updated: 5-27-2014