More than 1,600 Pets Adopted at California's Largest Pet Adoption Event -The Bay Area Pet Fair 2017

Posted by Holly Sneddon on

Over 600 animals were adopted during a record breaking day 1 at The Bay Area Pet Fair this year. Thanks to all volunteers, rescue organizations and families who opened their hearts and homes to the ones in need. Pet Food Express continues to do an amazing job hosting this event and providing opportunities for our furry friends to find their forever homes.

Learn more about these wonderful rescues :

Cat Town Oakland-The cats we help in large numbers are those that are considered “unadoptable” by many rescue organizations, because they appear in a shelter to be difficult.

Milo Sanctuary - The Milo Foundation has it's sanctuary located on two hundred and eighty-three acres in Mendocino County offering lots of room for the animals to run and play. The Milo Sanctuary houses cats and kittens, dogs and puppies, and occasionally farm animals and other domestic creatures that find their way there.

Rocket Dog Rescue- Rocket Dog Rescue is a San Francisco Bay Area dog rescue organization run by a group of dedicated volunteers. We save dogs from death at over-crowded shelters and find them loving, happy homes. Now in our fifteenth year, RDR is stronger than ever, and has saved over 8,100 animals.

No Paws Left Behind- Saving adoptable animals from Kern County shelters who are in danger of being euthanized simply because of overcrowded facilities.

Picture of a cat on a poster Rescue Contacts' stand at the Bay Area Pet Fair in 2017Two cute small dogs looking at people passing by at the Bay Area Pet Fare 2017Bay Area Pet Fare Poster

 

 

 


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