The Cleveland Animal Protective League is hosting its annual gala fund-raiser, “Cold Noses, Warm Hearts,” Fur Ball 2011, on Saturday, November 5, at the InterContinental Hotel Cleveland. The RSVP deadline for this heart-warming evening has been extended to October 21.
Hosted by WKYC-TV’s Monica Robins, the gala will benefit the APL’s Second Chance Program. The goal of the Second Chance Program is to provide veterinary care for wonderful animals who are looking for another chance—a chance not only to survive, but also to heal and start a new, healthy life with a loving family. “Cold Noses, Warm Hearts” will include silent and live auctions, dinner, inspirational video presentations featuring stories of animals who have benefitted from the Cleveland APL’s Second Chance Program, and a very special V.I.P. (Very Important Pup) appearance!
The evening’s festivities begin at 5:30 pm. Individual tickets are available for purchase now. Corporate and private tables for 10 are also available. Some of the auction items include a catered private party on the Terminal Tower Observation Deck, a week’s stay at a lovely home in Hilton Head, S.C., a VIP Vault tour at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, and the opportunity to have your pet photographed to be on the cover of the 2013 Cleveland APL calendar. For more information on the Cleveland Animal Protective League or Fur Ball 2011, please call 216-771-8823.
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Located in the Tremont District, the Cleveland Animal Protective League is the largest nonprofit humane society in Ohio and relies solely on donations to investigate and prosecute animal cruelty in Cuyahoga County and assist more than 16,000 homeless animals a year through a variety of progressive programs. The Cleveland APL has been serving the animals and people of Northeast Ohio since 1913.