NEW HOPE ANIMAL RESCUE AND BASTROP COUNTY ANIMAL SHELTER CONNECTS ADOPTABLE PETS WITH LOVING HOMES DURING PETSMART CHARITIES NATIONAL ADOPTION WEEK
In-Person Adoption Event to Take Place at Local PetSmart Store March 10 – 11
March 6, 2023 – Austin, TX — Each year, more than five million pets enter animal shelters in need of loving homes. New Hope Animal Rescue and Bastrop County Animal Shelter are proud to partner with PetSmart Charities to bring adoptable pets to the Sunset Valley PetSmart in support of National Adoption Week, taking place March 10-March 11.
New Hope Animal Rescue and Bastrop County Animal Shelter will be bringing cats and dogs to the two day in-person adoption event taking place Friday March 10 and Saturday March 11 at the Sunset Valley PetSmart on Brodie Lane from 12pm to 3pm.
During the in-store event, New Hope Animal Rescue and Bastrop County Animal shelter invite potential pet parents to meet adoptable pets in their area. Opportunities will be given to spend time with animals in need of loving homes.
“All around Texas, shelters are seeing a dramatic increase of animals in their care while adoptions also remain low. National Adoption Week continues to be crucial in the continuation of our rescue efforts. When you adopt a pet from New Hope, you help us help our shelter partners by freeing up a life-saving foster home,” said Kelley Rice, Director of New Hope Animal Rescue.
To view available pets for adoption, please visit:
WHEN: Friday, March 10 and Saturday March 11, from 12pm to 3pm
WHERE: PetSmart Brodie Lane (5207 Brodie Ln, Sunset Valley, TX 78745)
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About Bastrop County Animal Services:
The Bastrop County Animal Shelter is a Public Service organization and “Open Intake Facility”- meaning that all dogs and cats within the County as well as those that are picked up by the City Animal Control Officers for Bastrop, Elgin and Smithville are housed here. We do our best to find adoptive homes and work with rescues to save as many animals as possible. Our “Open Intake” status prevents us from being “No Kill” as a policy, but we strive to remain “Low Kill” and typically have near “No Kill” save rates. The animal shelter is open to adoptions and owned animal surrenders during normal business hours.
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