New Hope Dog & SCAT Street Cat Rescue’s 5th Joint Fundraising Gala

New Hope Dog & SCAT Street Cat Rescue’s 5th Joint Fundraising Gala

New Hope Dog & SCAT Street Cat Rescue’s 5th Joint Fundraising Gala on Saturday, June 8th 2019 at the Western Development Museum. 

 

This year’s event features a fun, and original new theme! We’re encouraging all of our guests to dress in the attire of their favourite historical era.; whether it be the sophisticated glamour of the Victorian age, the exciting Wild Wild West, or the more contemporary fun of the “Roaring Twenties”, Swinging Sixties” or the “Nifty Fifties”, come and travel through time with us, all while raising much-needed funds for two incredibly worthy organizations.

 

The evening will also feature a wonderful dinner, Comedian Matthew Murray, raffles, games, silent auction featuring exclusive items and experience packages and much more, including fabulous live entertainment.

 

Please consider supporting these two prominent rescue groups, and help continue their mission of saving and bettering the lives of cats and dogs as well as promoting responsible pet ownership.

Get your tickets today! 

Tickets are also available in person at
SCAT Street Cat Rescue
2750 Faithfull Ave #108
Saskatoon, SK S7K 6M6

About the organizations:

New Hope Dog Rescue

Registered Charity #BN 867121808RR0001

 

New Hope is a registered non-profit that has been rescuing and rehoming dogs since 2003. New Hope relies on the generosity of the volunteers who open their homes and hearts as fosters for rescue dogs which come from owner surrenders, shelters and rural communities.  Funds raised help provide the basics (vaccinations, deworming, basic medical treatment, spay/neuter) as well as more extensive care for other dogs that arrive injured or mistreated.  Since the organization was founded, New Hope has found loving homes for over 3087 dogs. Today, New Hope averages one permanent adoption per day thanks to the generosity of volunteers, donors and people like you.

 

SCAT Street Cat Rescue Program Inc.
Registered Charity #BN 884271180RR0001

 

Since 1996, Street Cat Rescue (SCAT) has promoted the implementation of feral cat population control through the internationally approved trap/neuter/release (TNR) program. Street kittens are brought into foster homes for socialization and adoption whenever possible.  Because of the overpopulation of stray and feral cats in the Saskatoon area, our program is not able to take in surrendered pets and we are commonly at full capacity.  SCAT also acts as a contact point for people who have lost pets, found stray cats or kittens, just need information, or are looking for a new feline friend.

 

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Date

Jun 08 2019

Time

05:30 PM - 10:00 PM