Meet Your New Best Friend at the Last Chance Ranch Annual Open House Sat., Sept. 15, 2012
Meet your new best friend at the Last Chance Ranch 13th Annual Open House Saturday, September 15, 2012 to meet the animals and more! The fun-filled event runs from 11am-3pm at Last Chance Ranch’s 9 Beck Road, Quakertown location.
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Sept. 4, 2012 - PRLog -- Dogs and cats and alpacas, oh my! Alpacas? Yes! Don’t take our word for it, come to the Last Chance Ranch 13th Annual Open House Saturday, September 15, 2012 to meet the animals and more! The fun-filled event runs from 11am-3pm at Last Chance Ranch’s 9 Beck Road, Quakertown location.
Sponsored by Sellersville’s A&T Subaru, there truly is something for everyone – live music, a flea market, a basket auction, live demonstrations, equine massage, appearances by a K-9 police officer and mounted patrols, canine frisbee, horse drawn wagon rides, pony rides, kids games and more.
“This is one of our biggest events of the year,” said Lori McCutcheon, Last Chance Ranch president and founder. “It’s the perfect way to have a great time and see what Last Chance Ranch is all about. It’s so much fun for families and lets us share first-hand our mission of saving animal’s lives.”
In addition to awareness, adoption is one of the goals of the day, especially with Last Chance Ranch working toward their goal of 600 animal adoptions by October 31 as part of the ASPCA Rachael Ray $100K Challenge. “We always hope everyone falls in love with their new best friend while they’re here,” adds McCutcheon.
Attendees who bring donations of supplies - paper towels, bleach, dish soap, vinyl gloves, disinfecting spray, cat litter, bath towels or toilet paper – will be entered to win a door prize.
Look for even more events as Last Chance Ranch continues toward the goal of placing 600 dogs and cats – double their normal adoption rate – in good homes by October 31, 2012 as part of their participation in the ASPCA Rachael Ray $100K Challenge. Keep up with the adoption tally at http://www.lastchanceranch.org. If you have questions or would like to visit the animals outside of these events, call 215-538-2510.