Picture parade one hundred and fifty-one.

The final pictures from the PetSmart Pet Adoption Event.

Back on the 29th May when I published the first set of pictures from this event I wrote in that post:

I wrote about this last Tuesday under the heading of Helping Hands and warned you that today and next Sunday would be picture parades of that event.

At that time I had not cottoned on to the fact that the next Sunday, i.e. a week ago, the picture parade would be devoted to Pharaoh’s birthday.

So here we are with that next set of pictures from the PetSmart Adoption Event. Again, I wrote first about this under the heading of Helping Hands. For those that didn’t read that post here is how it opened:

The PetSmart Pet Adoption Event.

Over the days of the 13th to 15th May, in other words roughly a week-and-a-half ago, a number of pet adoption charities in Northern California and Southern Oregon came together courtesy of PetSmart in Medford, Oregon to find new homes for unadopted dogs and cats.

P1160114I came to hear about this from an email sent to me by Tammy Moore of the organisation Shelter Friends. Tammy also c.c.’d her email to Tana Mason who is Fundraising Coordinator for the charity. Tammy’s email was an invite for me, and Jean, to attend the event on the Saturday as the author of my book.

The first Picture Parade of these photographs was presented here.

Here is that final set of photographs.

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P1160137… and closing the set with the evidence that new homes were found for many dogs and cats.

P1160136Well done to one and all!

11 thoughts on “Picture parade one hundred and fifty-one.

  1. Lots of gorgeous dogs in and out of cages. Hope the event was as successful as it appears in the photos. There are two or three non profits that conduct adoption days at our local Pets Mart.

    1. I recall that 34 pets were adopted that to my way of thinking is successful. Want to sell my book at your local events with 50% of the net proceeds going to your local non-profits? Email me if you want explore this idea.

      1. Paul I wish that I were involved with those but I’m not due to my marginal health and involvement with my son’s TBI rehab. When I can come upo for air I can see about approaching some of the non-profits here but it will be a while before I have the drive for that sort of thing. I wish that I were 10 years younger. I will be 80 in December. 🙂

        Thirty-four pets going to a home is fantastic at an adoption event.

      2. Paul, ask philosophermouseofthehedge if she knows of any local (texas, galveston I think) non-profits who might be interested. I’ll see if I can think of others not at the other end of America for you!

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