Note: Presently the Auburn Valley Humane Society (AVHS) only has two animals available. You are encouraged to visit the AVHS website and then call to make an appointment to visit with any animal you are interested in adopting. It is important to remember the website changes on a regular basis, so check often. Come meet Willow, the cat, or George O’Malley, the dog.
Auburn Valley Humane Society (AVHS) is participating in the 9th Annual Statewide Shelter Open House hosted by Pawsitive Alliance throughout the month of December 2020. The event will raise awareness about homeless animals and help those pets find forever homes. AVHS joins other animal shelters and rescues in every region of the state to participate in this exciting event.
While you can not join us in person, you may go to the AVHS website to see the animals that are available, make an appointment and meet your next best friend. AVHS will feature adoptable animals on its website https://www.auburnvalleyhs.org/adopt-a-pet and its Facebook page during the month of December.
The Pawsitive Alliance website page, http://www.pawsitivealliance.org/shelter-open-house.html, shows a full list of participating organizations. Eighteen Washington State animal shelters and rescues will be highlighting the great work that they do.
“We are very excited about this year’s Shelter Open House,” says Tereza Marks, Executive Director of Pawsitive Alliance, “New shelters are participating and this year, because most shelters are operating on an appointment only model, we are inviting rescue groups, as well. Check out your local shelter or rescue to meet your new best friend.”
Last year’s 8th Annual Shelter Open House had over 400 animals adopted in just one day. This year’s event should be larger than ever because the event has been extended to an entire month. As supplies last, adopters will receive goody bags with helpful items to get them and their new four-legged friend off to a great start. A special thanks to Nylabone, Wacky Walk’r Wonderball, Fluff and Tuff, Kong, Naturally Fresh Cat Litter, Natural Balance Pet Food, Taste of the Wild Dog Food, and Gentle Giants Dog Food for the donations to include in these bags.
About the Auburn Valley Humane Society
Opening its doors in 2013, Auburn Valley Humane Society enriches the lives of companion animals and people through animal sheltering, programs, and community engagement. Auburn Valley Humane Society is much more than just “the pound.” AVHS is a local, independent 501c3 non-profit organization that relies on pet licensing and lost pet housing agreements with the City of Auburn, Shelter Services, Thrift Store sales, and generous donations from the community to fund shelter operations, humane education, and human services programs. AVHS also serves King and Pierce Counties for owner relinquishment and adoptions.
The above is a press release from the Auburn Valley Humane Society. The Auburn Examiner has not independently verified its contents.