Spay/Houston & Adopt A Cat Fundraiser Feb. 11
Adopt A Cat and Spay/Houston will be hosting a 1960’s James Bond themed murder mystery fund-raiser on Saturday, February 11th for the no kill shelter and low cost spay/neuter clinic. The murder will take place between 6pm and 10pm and then the evening will end with music and dancing. Tickets are $35 and are on sale on the Spay/Houston website www.spayhouston.org or they can be purchased at the door for $40. Admission includes an interactive murder mystery show, dinner with Vegan options, auction, and live music.
“This event is vital to the continued care of the cats and kittens in the shelter and to subsidize the cost for our low cost sterilization surgeries,” explains Deana Sellens, Executive Director of Spay/Houston. “We are calling upon community-minded people to help!”
Sponsors and auction items are still sorely needed for this unique fund raiser. Donors will be recognized at the event and on the websites. “Adopt A Cat and Spay/Houston are so important to this community! Spay/Houston has altered over 15,000 pets. Prevention is the first step to a no kill community! Now, I know what you are thinking… ‘MURDER?!?’ Don’t worry, we aren’t killing any animals…only a Board Member,” explains Sellens.
Super Happy Fun Land was kind enough to donate the venue. It is located at 3801 Polk Street, Houston 77003. If you would like to donate to this event, please contact Deana Sellens at 281-260-0015 or email email@example.com.
Spay/Houston is a not for profit, low cost spay/neuter and wellness clinic for cats, dogs, and rabbits. The clinic is owned and operated by Adopt A Cat, Inc., a no kill cat sanctuary and shelter. The clinic is open Tuesday through Saturday by appointment for surgery and from 10am to 1pm for wellness on Saturdays. Spay/Houston also runs a transportation service to and from underserviced areas for pet owners who cannot make the drive. Please visit the website or call for more information about the pricing and services: www.SpayHouston.org or 281-260-0015.
Editor of Houston PetTalk Magazine