It'll Be Raining Cats and Dogs at Abandoned Animal Rescue's May Fundraiser
If you're trying to figure out what to do between the hours of 11 a.m.-3 p.m. on May 4, fret no more: You oughta go to The Village at Gleannloch Farms' pet adoption and fundraiser shindig, benefiting Tomball's all-volunteer Abandoned Animal Rescue group.
Photo Courtesy Abandoned Animal Rescue and The Village at Gleannloch Farms Warning: The U.S. Surgeon General states that this pic of sisters Lois and Louise, available for adoption, may contain dangerous levels of cuteness.
In addition to tons of cute critters you can micro-chip on site for $25, you can stuff your face silly with hamburgers and ice cream. Better yet, you can adopt a dog and stuff hisface with hamburgers and ice cream -- everyone's a winner!
Adoption fees aren't the cheapest -- $100 -- but that includes monthly training sessions. (All animals are fully vetted and spayed/neutered).
Abandoned Animal Rescue "currently houses 45 dogs and 30 cats, and is full to capacity all the time, with a waiting list of animals ready to come in," according to a press release.
And, if you feel especially generous, the shelter is in need of Purina dog, puppy, cat, and kitten chow; canned dog and cat food; toys; latex gloves (we're pretty sure that's not for the dogs); dog treats and collars, small carpet samples....well, just visit the site for a list of stuff they need.
Go check it out and see if you don't find a new best friend!