October 27 Date for Dining for Cats and Dogs
This event will be brought to Kefauver Park in Madisonville, TN by Monroe County Friends of Animals.
By: Monroe County Friends of Animals
The event will feature different types of specialty hot dogs smothered in all the condiments that make them distinctive. The featured specially hot dogs are: Chicago Dog, Michigan Coney Dog, West Virginia Slaw Dog, and Southwestern Dog.
Admission is $10.00 for all you can eat, and paid at the door. It includes chips and soft drinks and kids under 12 eat free.
Corporations wishing to support this worthy advent can do so for just $250. In return sponsors receive recognition banners, eight sponsorship tickets to the event (an $80.00 value) and free advertising materials.
Proceeds for Dining for Cats and Dogs go to helping Monroe County Friends of Animals support the Monroe County Animal Shelter, to help support spay/neuter efforts in Monroe County, and humanely treating homeless and abandoned cats and dogs in Monroe County.
According to Seymour the mission of, "Monroe County Friends of Animals is to Support Monroe County care for stray cats and dogs, prevent cruelty to animals, promote public safety by spaying/neutering, and to provide education for cat and dog owners.
In addition to attending the upcoming Dining for Dogs event people can also help Monroe County homeless cats and dogs by: adopting or fostering an animal, donating funds or donating merchandise to the Thrift Store, volunteering, or some or all of the above.
Those who would like to attend but can't, can make a donation by following this link to whttps://www.monroecountyfriendsofanimals.org and clicking the donate button.
About Monroe County Friends of Animals. https//www.monroecountyfriendsofanimals.org MCFA (Monroe County Friends of Animals) is a not-for-profit volunteer organization with 501(c) (3) status located in Monroe County, Tennessee. This group was created in 2004 by concerned citizens who recognized a dire need existing throughout the county for animal welfare. They consulted with the County's governing body and entered into negotiations with the Monroe County government. This led to the formation of a county-run animal shelter, which was approved by a narrow commission vote at the end of 2004.
Contact: Monroe County Friend of Animals P.O. Box 106, Vonore, TN 37885
phone: 423.442.1015 email: MCFA37885@gmail.com