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Find your FURever Friend TODAY!

Cobb Animal Control will be hosting its semi-annual FURever Fest under the big tents on Saturday, May 16 from 10-4pm at the animal shelter. This fun, free, family event will feature vendors with animal related businesses, services, and organizations that provide education and information on responsible pet ownership and well as having products for sale that can be used for your pets to enhance the experience of adopting a pet and being a pet parent. A K-9 officer and the handler will demonstrate the skills these dogs provide as a member of the police force. A DJ and hot dog vendor will round out the event.

Come on out and support your shelter. Consider them first when thinking of a new pet. For those interested in adopting, there are special adoption rates available during the event, and each family that adopts will receive a pet goodie bag. And, as a special incentive, if you adopt during the event, you will be entered in a drawing for a special gift. You can also help make a difference for less fortunate dogs and cats in Cobb by bringing a dog or cat food donation (unopened and unexpired) that will help a local pet food pantry provide temporary food assistance to those in need in our county.

The FURever Fest is held in the spring and in the fall as part of CCAC’s continuing efforts through public awareness and to work closely with the community to find more fur-ever homes for the homeless and abandoned animals that come into the shelter. Save the date for our next exciting event which will be the fourth annual ART Barks and Purrs on June 20, 2015.

The shelter is located at 1060 Al Bishop Drive, Marietta, just a half-mile from Jim R. Miller Park. For more information about Cobb County Animal Control or this event, please visit www.cobbanimalcontrol.org. You can also follow the events n www.facebook.com/CobbAC and www.twitter.com/CobbAC.

 

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FURever Fest at Cobb Animal Control

Cobb Animal Control will be hosting its semi-annual FURever Fest under the big tents on Saturday, May 16 from 10-4pm at the animal shelter. This fun, free, family event will feature vendors with animal related businesses, services, and organizations that provide education and information on responsible pet ownership and well as having products for sale that can be used for your pets to enhance the experience of adopting a pet and being a pet parent. A K-9 officer and the handler will demonstrate the skills these dogs provide as a member of the police force. A DJ and hot dog vendor will round out the event.

Come on out and support your shelter. Consider them first when thinking of a new pet. For those interested in adopting, there are special adoption rates available during the event, and each family that adopts will receive a pet goodie bag. And, as a special incentive, if you adopt during the event, you will be entered in a drawing for a special gift. You can also help make a difference for less fortunate dogs and cats in Cobb by bringing a dog or cat food donation (unopened and unexpired) that will help a local pet food pantry provide temporary food assistance to those in need in our county.

The FURever Fest is held in the spring and in the fall as part of CCAC’s continuing efforts through public awareness and to work closely with the community to find more fur-ever homes for the homeless and abandoned animals that come into the shelter. Save the date for our next exciting event which will be the fourth annual ART Barks and Purrs on June 20, 2015.

The shelter is located at 1060 Al Bishop Drive, Marietta, just a half-mile from Jim R. Miller Park. For more information about Cobb County Animal Control or this event, please visit www.cobbanimalcontrol.org. You can also follow the events n www.facebook.com/CobbAC and www.twitter.com/CobbAC.

 

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Make plans to attend Animal Control’s Adoptathon

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Cobb Animal Control staff will host its semi-annual FURever Fest 10 a.m.-4 p.m., Saturday, May 16, under the big tents at the animal shelter. This fun, free family event will feature vendors with animal-related businesses and services and organizations that provide education and information on responsible pet ownership. A K-9 officer and the handler will demonstrate the skills these dogs provide as members of the police force and there will also be a D.J. and food. For those interested in adopting, there will be special adoption rates available during the event and each family who adopts will receive a pet goodie bag.

This event is part of Cobb Animal Control’s continuing efforts, through public awareness and community involvement, to find forever homes for the homeless and abandoned animals that come into the shelter. For more information on Cobb Animal Control or this event, visit cobbanimalcontrol.org. You can also follow these events at facebook.com/CobbAC or twitter.com/CobbAC.

 

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Save the date: Animal Control Adoptathon in May

Cobb Animal Control staff will host its semi-annual FURever Fest 10 a.m.-4 p.m., Saturday, May 16, at the animal shelter. This fun, free family event will feature vendors with animal-related businesses and services and organizations that provide education and information on responsible pet ownership. A K-9 officer and the handler will demonstrate the skills these dogs provide as members of the police force and there will also be a D.J. and food. For those interested in adopting, there will be special adoption rates available during the event and each family who adopts will receive a pet goodie bag.

This event is part of Cobb Animal Control’s continuing efforts, through public awareness and community involvement, to find forever homes for the homeless and abandoned animals that come into the shelter. For more information on Cobb Animal Control or this event, visit cobbanimalcontrol.org. You can also follow these events at facebook.com/CobbAC or twitter.com/CobbAC.

 

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Save the date: Animal Control Adoptathon in May

Cobb Animal Control staff will host its semi-annual FURever Fest 10 a.m.-4 p.m., Saturday, May 16, at the animal shelter. This fun, free family event will feature vendors with animal-related businesses and services and organizations that provide education and information on responsible pet ownership. A K-9 officer and the handler will demonstrate the skills these dogs provide as members of the police force and there will also be a D.J. and food. For those interested in adopting, there will be special adoption rates available during the event and each family who adopts will receive a pet goodie bag.

This event is part of Cobb Animal Control’s continuing efforts, through public awareness and community involvement, to find forever homes for the homeless and abandoned animals that come into the shelter. For more information on Cobb Animal Control or this event, visit cobbanimalcontrol.org. You can also follow these events at facebook.com/CobbAC or twitter.com/CobbAC.

 

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Join the fun at pet fashion show this weekend

The Marietta “MUTTropolitan Pet Fashion Show” will make its runway debut 2-6 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 28. This unique event will benefit the Cobb Animal Control shelter, Ahimsa House, a nonprofit organization that helps shelter people and pets who had to flee their homes because of domestic violence, and PAWSitive Supporters, a nonprofit group doing spay and neuters in low income areas of Cobb.

The event will feature dogs on the runway of the fashion show. There will also be pet-related vendors, entertainment, light food and beverages and a silent auction, all benefiting the shelter and two nonprofit organizations. Animal Control staff will also bring dogs who are available for adoption and collect unexpired, unopened dog or cat food to donate to a local pet food bank.

The event will be held in exhibit halls A and B at Jim Miller Park, 2245 Calloway Road, Marietta. For more information or to purchase tickets contact Alison at678-978-1475 or visit mariettamuttro.com.

 

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Enjoy special adoption rates at fun Animal Control event

Cobb Animal Control staff will host the eighth Adoptathon 10 am-4 pm, Saturday, May 17. It will be a free, fun family event at the shelter, 1060 Al Bishop Drive, Marietta.

This event is part of the continuing effort to help find homes for the homeless animals of Cobb through public awareness and working closely with the community. Many organizations and vendors will be on hand, as well as a K-9 officer to demonstrate the skills dogs represent in the police force. Food vendors, raffle items and special adoption rates will also be available.

 

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Find sweetheart deals at Valentine adoption event Feb. 19

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Residents are invited to meet their perfect match at Cobb Animal Control’s Valentine adoption event, which will be held 6:30-9:30 p.m., Wednesday, Feb. 19. The event was previously scheduled for Feb. 12, but was canceled due to possible severe weather.

At the event, participants will be able to mix and mingle with new friends while enjoying refreshments. Pet adoptions will also be available at the discounted rate of $65.

The event will be held at Cobb Animal Control’s shelter, 1060 Al Bishop Drive, Marietta. Due to predicted inclement weather, please call 770-499-4136 and verify the event is still ongoing before attending.

 
 

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Cobb Animal Control schedules Valentine Adoption Event

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Meet your perfect match at the Cobb County Animal Control’s Valentine Adoption Event 6:30 – 9:30 p.m., Wednesday, February 12 at the Cobb Animal Control located at 1060 Al Bishop Dr., Marietta 30008.

Mingle and meet new friends and enjoy refreshments. $65 adoptions are a sweetheart of a deal. To learn more, call 770-499-4136 or visithttps://www.facebook.com/CobbAC

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Indoor yard sale benefits Cobb Animal Control throughout January

PAWSitive Supporters, which lends a hand at the Cobb County Animal Control, is having an indoor yard sale each weekend in January. The dates are Jan 10-12Jan 17-19 and Jan. 24-26. The hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays and 1 – 4 p.m. on Sundays.

The yard sale will be held at the storefront next to Top Dog Boutique, 2615 George Busbee Pkwy, Kennesaw 30144. A hundred percent of the proceeds will go to support animals at Cobb County Animal Control.

For more info, call 678-723-5644.

 

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