Smooch Amanzimtoti SPCA Valentine Kindness
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This Valentine’s Day, the Pro-Life Pet Rescue is hosting a smooch-a-pooch fundraiser to promote adoption and raise funds to support the animals in their care.

 

Mbombela, South Africa (26 January 2024) – The Pro-Life Pet Rescue, Rehabilitation and Adoption Agency is based in Mbombela (formally Nelspruit) and supports animals in need.

For Valentine’s Day, Pro-Life is hosting an event in the hope of connecting some of their shelter pets, with new owners. The adoption drive happens every year and helps dogs and cats find their forever homes. The best part is there is no fee to attend, so you just need to come with a heart filled with love to give, even if you can’t adopt!

“Spread the LOVE at our annual Valentine’s SMOOCH-A-POOCH & CUDDLE-A-CAT celebration!

Come choose a homeless pet for the day and shower them with love and affection. If the “date” goes well you could even adopt them! (If you would like to *standard adoption procedures apply)”

Spreading the love means that shelter pets get the chance to get extra attention and cuddles. Even if adoption isn’t an option, sharing adorable cuddle pictures online helps raise awareness for the pets waiting to be adopted. There could be someone viewing your timeline, looking for that special love for Valentine’s Day too!

You can find out more about the event here.


Sources: Pro-Life Pet Rescue
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