This event will not only give homes to 300 pets, it will raise awareness and support by getting people in front of these animals.
Grapevine, TX (PRWEB) October 01, 2014
Texas Alliance For Homeless Pets, a nonprofit group whose mission is to resolve the underlying, systemic issues of pet overpopulation in Texas, is facilitating the adoption of 300 pets next month through their Super-Adoption event.
Darla Beam, founder of Texas Alliance for Homeless Pets, spoke passionately about the need to find homes for pets through this event, “This is a fantastic way for the community to align together and show their support for creating awareness around the issues of pet overpopulation in Texas.” The non-profit aims to highlight ways Texans can help the homeless pet problem such as through adopting, volunteering, spaying/neutering, donating, raising awareness and fostering pets.
Beam believes events like Super-Adoption have a real impact. “This event will not only give homes to 300 pets, it will raise awareness and support by getting people in front of these animals. When you can hold, pet and play with these sweet pets, it’s tangible...it affects people and makes the problem real. People are motivated to make a difference after interacting with these precious animals,” she explained.
Along with accommodating over 300 adoptable pets and 20 dedicated groups, Super-Adoption will host a variety of family fun activities including live music, games and a kid’s corner. In partnership with the ASPCA’s Mega Match-a-thon and Subaru, Super-Adoption is scheduled October 18th and 19th at Grapevine Mills Mall from 10:00 AM-6:00 PM.
Located in Southlake, TX, Texas Alliance for Homeless Pets is a group of people passionate, energized and motivated to change the systemic issues behind the overpopulation of pets in Texas. For more information, visit http://superadoptionevent.org/ or contact Darla Beam at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 817-807-1407.