Thursday, September 6, 2018

BIG THINGS HAPPEN AT LITTLE SHELTER - SEPTEMBER NEWSLETTER

September, 2018
BIG THINGS HAPPEN AT LITTLE SHELTER
THANK YOU to all our families who came out to adopt at this year’s 21st Annual Pet-A-Palooza! Little Shelter saw close to 70 puppies, kittens, dogs and cats find their forever homes during the two day adoption and fundraising extravaganza. With families waiting at the gate to be the first to adopt on both days, there was much excitement from beginning to end.

Some of the adoptable puppies and dogs had traveled all the way from Puerto Rico seeking sanctuary from the hurricane devastated streets. There were some very emotional moments throughout the weekend as adopters welcomed new furry family members into their lives.
Join Little Shelter on Oct. 18th for the 11th Annual Masquerade Ball happening at the Westbury Manor.
Filled with fun, the event kicks off at 6 pm with a cocktail reception and open bar. The night continues with a silent auction, live DJ and more.

Tickets are $100 each, and all proceeds go directly to helping the animals. Seating is limited so get your ticket's today! (Click Here)
September 8th & 9th
Join Little Shelter this weekend at Sag Harbor for Harborfest. Once described as the largest block party extending out over the water, this year Harborfest will be a village-wide event celebrating the maritime history of Sag Harbor.

Be sure to stop by Little Shelter's booth located right outside of Harbor Pets on Bay St and meet some of our adoptable dogs and kittens. Learn More
STORIES WITH HAPPY ENDINGS ARE THE BEST
We’re Happy To Announce That Pasta Has Been Adopted!

It’s been a rough couple of months for Pasta, but we are one step closer to everyone’s hard work paying off. Pasta’s second checkup with the vet was so good, that he was given the “all clear” to be available for adoption right before Little Shelter’s 21st Annual Pet-A-Palooza. Due to Pasta’s eyes still being in the healing process, families who were interested in him had to make an appointment for interactions.

A young couple came in to visit him and instantly fell in love. They met with Pasta’s medical team and understood he would need a little extra care until his eyes were fully healed and follow-up appointments with the eye doctor. They were eager to make him part of their family and do whatever it took to make sure he was taken care of. We’re happy to announce that Pasta went off to his furever home the next day!

His new family has sent us many photos of Pasta’s adventures in his new life. He has adjusted well to his new environment and this is the best ending to his story that we could ask for. Even though Pasta has gone off to his furever home, Little Shelter still needs to come up with the bill for Pasta’s surgery. Please make a donation to Pasta’s fund today so we can continue to help other dogs like Pasta get the second chance they so deserve.
LITTLE SHELTER'S DOG & CAT OF THE MONTH
Meet Serena and Venus the inseparable sisters. These two girls are looking for a forever home together where they can spoil someone with kisses and love. The girls love getting attention and will let you dress them up. They are funny girls who have playful antics and will do anything to get a back scratch or extra treats. Come into Little Shelter and meet Serena & Venus today!
David is a sweet 4 year old cat who is currently available for adoption and is Mr. Personality around Little Shelter Cattery. He loves being the center of attention, rolls over for belly rubs, and likes to be carried.He's super affectionate and would be a great companion in any household. If you're looking for Mr. personality, you've found him!

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