Neighborhood Pets Celebrates 5 Years of Helping People Keep Their Pets
Oct 08, 2021
Cleveland (Oct. 8, 2021) – Join Councilman Tony Brancatelli in celebrating the 5th anniversary of Neighborhood Pets Saturday (10/9) starting at noon.
“I’m pleased to support Neighborhood Pets, which helps keep people and their pets together,” said Councilman Brancatelli. “It’s great to celebrate their commitment to their customers and Slavic Village and also their expansion.”
Non-profit Neighborhood Pets provides low cost wellness care, a free spay/neuter program, a pet food bank, veterinary care assistance, low cost pet supplies, counseling and other resources to the people they serve.
The event, 3711& 3717 E. 66th Street, runs from noon to 3 pm. Please leave pets at home. There will be tours of the new Wellness Center (still under construction), music, games, complimentary food and refreshments, prizes, and raffles. Attendees can also view newly completed murals by local artists.
To find out more about Neighborhood Pets, the services they offer and their hours go to: http://www.neighborhoodpetscle.org