From my friends at the fantastic Colorado Pet Pantry where they are working like dogs... like dogs, I say... to make sure local furry pets can get fed even when their pawrents are unable to feed them... a big, big announcement!
Have you gotten your tickets to the Bow wow Film Fest fundraiser for the Colorado Pet Pantry and PawsCo?
It's a really fun movie at 2:30 pm on Aug 1st at the The Oriental Theater.
This is our main fundraiser this year and the more people who come to the event, the more pets we can serve in 2016. And you'll have so much fun*.
Bring the kids, they'll love it too.
*If you're like me, you may avoid dog movies for fear that the pup will meet her demise at some point in the flick. (I didn't read the last chapter of "Marley & Me", and just so you know, Marley is doing just fine.) Never fear during this movie! The movie is a compilation of several short, fun canine films that will leave you bright-eyed, inspired and ready for whatever the evening brings you.
Not familiar with the Colorado Pet Pantry? If you live in CO, I want you to pay heed... this organization is vital to the welfare of many animals, and those animals are vital to the welfare of their 'owners'. Keep in mind the benefits animals bring to our lives. Never forget the importance of rescue dogs who travel the world over and rescue victims of hurricanes, tornadoes and more. Or of cats in senior homes who bring some much needed love and affection.
No, it's not necessarily those animals I'm talking about here, in conjunction with the Colorado Pet Pantry, but I want people to remember that animals are important to people in so many ways. Our pets make us happy and help lift depression. That's worth supporting by bringing food where it's needed, don't you agree?
Well, as a fund raiser, having a movie night seems like a no-brainer. If you're in CO, and near Denver, you should be there. If you're not, share with your friends. They might know someone in the area that would love to participate.
Be kind to animals every day. One of them might be tasked with saving your life someday. You never know.