KATY MAGAZINE NEWS
December 6, 2019
By Natalie Cook Clark
Citizens for Animal Protection (CAP) celebrates the season with their annual Open House, Adoption Event, and Holiday Market Saturday, December 7. Enjoy a Katy holiday tradition and maybe your family could grow by four legs.
Open House, Adoption Event, Holiday Market
CAP and West Houston Subaru team up this Saturday, December 7 for an Open House, Adoption Event, and Holiday Market at CAP's Animal Shelter and Adoption Center off of Katy Freeway near Barker Cypress (17555 Katy Freeway).
West Houston Subaru is sponsoring the adoption fees for all pets during the Open House.
CAP's goal is to find homes for 75 pets in only one day, and to collect pet supply items to continue caring for those who still need help.
This year's holiday raffle is up and running now through the Open House, Adoption Event, and Holiday Market. Available prizes include a gorgeous Cat Cave (donated by Cat Cave Company), a handmade holiday pet wreath, gushy blankets (donated by Buddy's Blankets) and more. Raffle tickets are $1 each, or twelve tickets for $10.
Celebrate a Great Year
"Take a tour of our shelter, help collect donations, give a little love to our homeless pets and most of all, join us in celebrating a great year of successes," says Bianca Burrascano, CAP Marketing Coordinator.
Hours, Details, and Santa Pictures
Saturday, December 7
11 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Adoption event and Holiday Market
2 - 4 p.m.
Meet and take pictures with Santa
The day full of events includes Santa photos, fresh baked sweet treats, refreshments, and a festive holiday market. Vendors include: Woof Gang Bakery, Lil Coopercinno, Gorilla Dog Beds, Furrever Doggies, artist Christina Leen, Scentsy, Rover Oaks Pet Resort, Soul Mutt Love, artist Rebecca Noel of Pet Art Etsy, author Lyn Robertson, and Art Pichardo Candles.
Vendors will donate a portion of their proceeds to benefit homeless pets.
New Programs, Clinic, Add to Success
CAP gives thanks to a great year and appreciates donations moving forward. Thousands of pets have been helped by their faithful volunteers and knowledgeable staff.
"See for yourself how we've been able to help more pets than ever through our new pet vaccination clinic, our volunteer-driven foster pets program and our new youth programs for kids that love pets and want to learn how to help," says Burrascano.
"Adopters are welcome to visit the shelter in person to find their true love."