On Saturday, June 14th, Team Mutt-i-grees presented a program at the Stepping Stones Museum for Children in Norwalk, CT. Families were invited to design their own cats and dogs using a variety of colored pencils and crayons. Once they were finished, the youngsters made their own Mutt-i-gree Puppets that they could take home.
On Saturday, June 14th, our friends at West Babylon Public Library in West Babylon, NY held a Pet Adoption Fair! The event included Mutt-i-grees activities and nine animal rescue groups that brought Mutt-i-gree cats and dogs available for adoption.
The Shirley Arkansas High School MUTTS Club hosted a Mutt-i-grees Pack Party earlier this month to collect donated dog and cat food to support their local animal shelter. They were able to collect over 400 pounds of dog food and 20+ pounds of cat food!
Meriden, CT Family Resource Centers Host a Mutt-i-gree Pack Party: Canine Couture A Dog Fashion Show
Excited children and Mutt-i-gree adopters came to John Barry Elementary School on a sunny afternoon to show off the overflowing cuteness of their canine companions! The school hosted a Mutt-i-gree Pack Party that featured a dog fashion show.
The Youth Animal Protectors (YAP) Club is a group of students from the Stephen Gaynor School dedicated to promoting animal welfare and helping out shelter pets. On May 10, 2014 North Shore Animal League America teamed up with the YAP Club and Scooby-Doo for a Pack Party in Union Square, which drew a big crowd of supporters. The Park Party helped students raise funds to help save homeless pets and showed just how much of an impact they can have.