Hey Philadelphians, on Saturday, May 22 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Citizens for a No-Kill Philadelphia (CNKP) is hosting “With Love – Super Adoption Day at the Piazza at Schmidts” so come on out, enjoy the day and planned festivities, bring your special four-footed friends and enjoy!
The weather report looks great with partial sun and a high of 78 degrees for the day, so what have you got to lose?
The event will be the biggest pet adoption cooperative in Philadelphia history. Join dozens of rescue groups for a family friendly, festival-like atmosphere with lots of activities and attractions. Live music, food and vendors (pet and human stuff) will abound.
The following are some of the groups that will be in attendance; some have lots of furry creatures to meet and greet and others are for educational purposes.
- Morris Animal Refuge
- Blind Dog Rescue Alliance
- Adopt-A-Boxer Rescue
- Rat Chic Rescue and Advocacy Group
- Francisvale Home for Smaller Animals
- Big Hearts Big Paws Cane Corso Rescue
- Second Time Around Rescue
- Hope for the Animals
- Pinups for Pitbulls
- CNKP Humane Ed
- New Leash on Life
- Peace for Puppies
Live music featuring The Atomic Square, Tim McGlone and Jaded Son is being sponsored by WRFF-FM, 104.5 and radio host Wendy Rollins will be the guest emcee. Aside from Radio 104.5, sponsors include Greater Philly Tails Magazine, Paige Wolf Media & Public Relations, PHL 17 TV, Robin Miller Designs, The Philly Dog.com, Fresh Melt, The Chic Petique and The Philly Pack.
“Citizens for a No-Kill Philadelphia is comprised of taxpayers and pet lovers who are committed to saving all healthy and treatable companion animals in Philadelphia shelters. Using political advocacy, grassroots efforts and humane education, CNKP works with our elected officials, other non-profit groups and the public to raise awareness about creating a No-Kill model that will save the lives of the 10,000+ cats, dogs and small animals that die each year in Philadelphia shelters because of overpopulation.”
A special appearance by Rescue Ink is scheduled so why not make a point to be there?
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