Milestone: OPHS, Subaru host adoption event

  • Wednesday, November 29, 2017 1:30am
  • Life

Call it a dog-and-cat-car combo: Representatives from the Olympic Peninsula Humane Society say they had one of most successful one-day adoption events the organization has ever had on Nov. 18, a Reduced-Fee Pet Adoption Event with support from ASPCA and Koenig Subaru in conjunction with ASPCA’s participation in the Subaru “Share the Love” program.

OPHS officials say they adopted out 12 cats and 12 dogs in six hours, and adopted 30 animals overall that week.

Pictured are, from left, Nancy Booth, Carol Johnson, Becky Upton and Linda Crow of the OPHS board of directors, with Bill Koenig​, Jr., ​of Koenig Subaru.

Upcoming OPHS programs include: “Yappy Hour” from 5-7 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 6, at Harbinger Winery in Port Angeles, when a special win dedicated to OPHS and from which OPHS receives the sales proceeds will be introduced, and a photo session with pets and their owners with Santa on Dec. 16 at Petco.

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