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Entries in friends for life (1)

Thursday
Jan242013

Smooch Your Pooch for Valentine's!

 

River Oaks Shopping Center and Friends For Life, which provides a No Kill option to the Houston community by rescuing, treating and re-homing animals within the No Kill model of sheltering, are offering a Valentine's Pooch Smooch Photo Booth!

This is the heart's day of all heart's day gifs PLUS it helps out a great cause! It's another DISH DOUBLE!!

You can bring your furry significant other or adopt a new friend, Saturday, February 9 from Noon to 3 p.m. in the River Oaks Shopping Center atrium between Gap and Mutual of Omaha Bank. Take home a photo strip capturing each slobbery smooch, complete with funValentine’s Day props fit for a human and canine V-Day dress-up party! Also, climb aboard Friends For Life’s Mobile Adoption Vehicle (MAV) to visit with cat rescues or show a homeless dog some affection to celebratethe holiday of love.

Here is some more information on FRIENDS FOR LIFE!

Friends For Life, Houston’s fastest growing No Kill animal adoption and rescue organization, is dedicated to offering No Kill solutions to the animals of Houston and the people who want to help them. Programs include rescue, rehabilitation, adoption, humane education and animal food/supply support. A dynamic non-profit made up of people of all backgrounds, Friends For Life is committed to offering Houston a real alternative to shelters that kill homeless animals. For more information, call 713.863.9835 or visit www.nokil1.org.