Peke Rescue’s Fun Adoption Day Held on Saturday 28th March 2015

Peke Rescue’s Fun Adoption Day Held on Saturday 28th March 2015 at the Premises of Pug Rescue in Benoni North Agricultural Holdings #AnimaltalkCares

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Approximately 300 came through the gates for the day with all their –Pekes of all shapes, sizes and looks. The most beautiful of animals along with a few non Pekes who were just as happy to be there.

As can be seen from the photos great fun was had by all. There were Pekes in the water pools as well as with the many games which many were entered into.

Stemming from the day, approximately 12 adoptions were made.

The cake stall was a huge success as was the sale of various memorabilia and items for the dogs.  The food as catered for by Pugs Pantry was yummy.

Vet Rejean and Nurse Claire were present from Kempton Park Animal Hospital where micro-chipping was done at R150-00 per dog which is an excellent price.  This proved to be very successful and Peke Rescue will most certainly have them at our next fun day.

A big thank you to Pug Rescue (Cheryl & Malcolm Gaw) for their generosity in allowing Peke Rescue the use of their premises as well as to all our volunteers, friends and loyal supporters, it was lovely to see everyone there. Peke Rescue looks forward to an even greater crowd next time around which is scheduled for:

Saturday 27th June 2015, Pug Rescue in Benoni, 12h00-17h00

At this event we hope to be eating curry & rice along with some gluhwein & sherry

See you all there, don’t miss out on the fun!

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Contact persons: Bev Lees 083 320 0926 bevlees2012@gmail.com

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