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Love Your Pet Day To Benefit Asheville Humane Society

“Love Your Pet Day” Event at Ten Thousand Villages to Benefit Asheville Humane Society

On Saturday, February 18th, Ten Thousand Villages in Montreat will celebrate “Love Your Pet Day” by hosting a benefit for Asheville Humane Society. From 12:00-5:00 pm, Ten Thousand Villages will donate 15% of all sales to Asheville Humane Society. Explore a world of treasures and learn more about Asheville Humane Society’s life-saving programs and their impact on our community.

“We are so grateful to Ten Thousand Villages for hosting this event to help homeless animals,” said Carla Musgrove, events coordinator at Asheville Humane Society. “And as a treat for shoppers, we will be bringing along an adorable furry friend to thank everyone in person!”

Stop by the Ten Thousand Villages store in Montreat to buy a unique, fairly-traded item that gives back to local animals in need.

Who:  Ten Thousand Villages, Montreat

What:  “Love Your Pet Day” benefiting Asheville Humane Society

When:  Saturday, February 18 from 12-5pm

Where:  Ten Thousand Villages, 

303 Lookout Road, on Lake Susan in the Moore Building

Montreat, NC 28757

Why:  To shop and benefit local animals in need

About Asheville Humane Society

For over 30 years Asheville Humane Society has been saving homeless Buncombe County animals. Today we operate both our own state-of-the-art Adoption and Education Center and the County's only open door shelter where no local animal is ever turned away. We rescue, reunite, rehabilitate and re-home abandoned, abused, injured and lost animals. We provide education, training and support to keep pets in their homes. Asheville Humane Society has earned the highest rating of Four Stars from Charity Navigator, a designation achieved by only 25% of all charities nationwide. Our nationally recognized innovative programs and partnerships are steadily moving Buncombe County toward a no-kill community.