All animals will be looking for their forever home and will be available to be adopted on the day, from the PLACE Bulimba office at 140 Oxford Street. The event will be sponsored by Motorline Mini, with giveaways on the day including a Mini For the Weekend and Mini-branded pet accessories. Newly opened Dogue Bulimba will also be there with goody bags and giveaways. Pet supplies for new furry friends will also be available for sale on the day.
To make the life of the remaining animals at the shelter more comfortable, PLACE Bulimba will be accepting donations of pets supplies including food, toys, towels, bedding and accessories. Staff will also match the total funds raised by the community on the day. Founding partner and Managing Director of Place Bulimba Paul Curtain who, with his family, is the proud owner of a six year old spoodle Lilly, says the RSPC is a cause close to his heart. “We’re delighted to be supporting the RSPCA and are really hopeful that Friday will see some dogs and kittens find their new Place,” said Paul.
This mini pop-up adoption is part of PLACE’s ongoing Community Support Program, which includes Bulimba State School, the Morningside Panthers and Mummy’s Wish.
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