Friday, January 13, 2012

Animals & More

This January brings with it the National Animal Welfare Fortnight and we are celebrating it in style!!

The Blue Cross Society of Pune proudly presents - "Animals & More" - an event at the Blue Cross Society Hospital, Mudhwa on the 22nd of January 2012 when everybody is invited to take a grand tour of the hospital and its facilities. But that’s not all folks!! There is so much more happening on the day of the event. Keep reading to find out.

Potential adopters, here is your chance to give a home to a new pet chosen from all the lovable pup’s and kitten’s up for adoption at the Adoption Camp. Do remember to attend the Pet Counseling session by Happy Tails if you plan to adopt! 

Pet owners, this is your chance to pick up some useful tips at the Dog Obedience and Handling Workshop being conducted by Petsitters. Get your pets groomed by Pets World and also show us just how adorable your pet can be at the “Paws on the Ramp” show - a fancy dress competition for pets organized by Eukanuba. Go ahead and pamper them some more by spoiling them silly with a treat from the Spoilt Brat Barkery. Your pet will definitely thank you for that!!

You don't have to own a pet to enjoy this event! For those who simply have a love for animals, Intervet India would be conducting an awareness programme “Know their Habitat” and FAD International would be presenting “Play a Part” Wall Art. Animal welfare enthusiast should make sure that they attend the Animal First Aid Workshop by ResQ charitable Trust.

Don't forget to get yourself a cool temporary tattoo and a customized rubber stamp from our very own The Doodle Factory. A charity book sale, merchandise sale and a food court are also part of the full day event. 

So mark your calendar for 22nd January, 2012 and spend the day enjoying animals!

What a way to start the New Year!!

1 comment:

  1. Hello,
    It looks like Blue Cross has become an organisation for the pets of the elites in Pune.... there is a problem of strays in the city....and it has reached a level, where the numbers of strays can be compared with rats. Hope we the citizens of Pune fall pray to a new DOG FLU virus, which like the swine and bird flu may hit the city in the future... I feel the Blue Cross Society will then think of a solution and try to be pro-active, when the water has gone over the head....