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Asheville Humane Society to Host Pop-Up Cat Cafe

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Kitten season is in full swing and Asheville Humane Society has plenty of felines who need loving homes. To help them all get adopted, Asheville Humane Society will host its first pop-up cat cafe on Friday and Saturday, August 3 - 4, in Gerber Village (Suite 104). Gerber Mills LLC is temporarily donating the unoccupied space to Asheville Humane Society for this event.

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$5 Fur-iends Adoption Special

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Valentine's Day has come and gone, but Tuesday is National Love Your Pet Day, and Asheville Humane Society is celebrating all week long with a $5 "Fur-iends" adoption special! Adoption fees are $5 for all animals who are 6 months of age and older, now through Saturday, February 24. 

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Bow Wow Film Festival to benefit Brother Wolf Animal Rescue

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The Bow Wow Film Festival, in coordination with Sanctuary Brewing Company and Brother Wolf Animal Rescue, is excited to announce the 2016-17 Bow Wow Film Tour, featuring the irresistible personalities of our beloved canines. After a wildly successful inaugural year with dozens of shows around the country, Bow Wow is back with another rousing & fun loving collection of films. 

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Sanctuary Brewing Company Celebrates One Year of Craft Brews and Rescues

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Sanctuary Brewing Company is thrilled to announce its one year anniversary party on Sunday, August 21st 2016. The celebration will be a festival-like atmosphere with live music and events beginning at 1 pm, culminating in a headlining performance by the popular Carolina string band Town Mountain at 

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June is National Adopt-A-Cat Month

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During the month of June, Asheville Humane Society is partnering with Best Friends Animal Society to participate in a national adoption promotion for cats! Adoption fees will be reduced for all cats 6 months of age and up! For $10.00, you can adopt a feline friend complete with all up-to-date vaccines, spay/neuter, microchipping, initial flea preventative, a free starter bag of food, one month of complimentary pet health insurance, and a free post-adoption veterinary office visit with a participating veterinarian.

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Asheville Humane Society Receives Over $23,500

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Asheville Humane Society Receives Over $23,500 from Subaru's "Share the Love" Event 

 

AHS Granted Custody of Shih-Poos from Cruelty Case

AHS Granted Custody of Shih-Poodles From March 24th Cruelty Case

On March 24, four Asheville Humane Society employees assisted Asheville Animal Services in liberating 55 frightened, under-socialized, urine-burned, and feces-matted Shih Tzu/Poodle mixes from a home in North Asheville. After being granted custody last week, Asheville Humane Society has announced an "Oodles of Shih-Poodles" adoption event on April 30 from 10:00 am - 6:00 pm and the first 37 dogs will be available on a first-come-first-served basis. Adoption fees for the Shih-Poos will be $100 on Saturday. In celebration of "National Adopt a Shelter Pet Day," all other animals in Asheville Humane Society's Adoption Center will have their adoption fees waived for the day.

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Paw it Forward: Pets Helping Pets Campaign

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Asheville Humane Society is launching the Paw it Forward Campaign presented by Dog Tag Art to benefit the homeless animals of Buncombe County. AHS' first large-scale crowdfunding campaign will run from April 15 to June 15 with the goal of raising $60,000. Paw it Forward is not your typical peer-to-peer fundraising campaign—pet-to-person is more accurate, as campaigners will ask for donations in the "voice" of their pet.

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Bonesteel Films Casting Call

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Bonesteel Films [www.bonesteelfilms.com], a local video production company, is currently casting for several projects that require “real people” for a series of short videos for network television. 

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Service Dogs in Asheville

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For over 18,800 years dogs have been an integral part of our society, whether it be for companionship or as part of a working team. Since the European Ice Age dogs have been used as herding animals, livestock guardians, home protection, and even transportation. In today’s world dogs fill one of two roles: companion or worker. Individuals that are hard of hearing, have seizure disorders, vision issues, diabetes, or even psychiatric issues can benefit from the offerings of a service dog.

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