he fun continues this year, with the second annual Howl-O-Ween scheduled for 11 am-3 pm. Saturday, October 19, at the animal sanctuary, located next to Madison Heights Public Service at 801 Ajax Drive. Admission is $ 2 for adults, while pets and children are free. All proceeds benefit the shelter. and the Trick or treatment shirt Visitors should bring their own dog bags to collect dishes, including milk bones, cat snacks, tennis balls, cat toys, droppings and more. There will also be candies for human children, and for adults, there will be the sale of baked goods, raffles and rummage sale, and will also raise money for the shelter.
Last year’s event, a major event was a great success, he said Justin Holland, Madison Heights animal control officer. Vikings love to experience the newfound ability to cheat or treat their animals. To be honest, the whole event really formed a social outing with dog owners in the city talking and getting to know each other. and the Trick or treatment shirt Holland has served the community in its role for a year now. This is truly a new and exciting living experience, dealing with wildlife on such a close basis, the Netherlands said. The main challenges.
and will probably always make the public aware of the services we provide. Even with events and Facebook pages, I still encounter people who are unaware that we adopt children. The shelter usually hosts a number of major fundraising events in the fall and winter. Howl-O-Ween is quickly becoming a staple, and the Trick or treatment shirt Netherlands said. The amount of money raised at such fundraising events is very important. In 2018, the shelter spent more than $ 16,000 in donations for animal care and treatment in Madison Heights.