The Haven brings back "Yappy Hour" on Thursday, June 27! The Haven, a no-kill adoption guarantee animal shelter, will hold a Happy Hour for your whole family, including your dog babies, on June 27 from 5:30-7:30pm. The fun event will take place at Fairhope's Windmill Market, at 85 N Bancroft St. Admission is $10 for each adult and $5 for each child under 12.
Thanks to the generosity of Mary Ann's Deli, The B Side, and Sweet Olive Bakery, light appetizers will be served to all 2-legged participants. Beer, wine and non-alcoholic drinks will be available at a discounted price. "Yappitizers" and fresh water will be provided for your dogs, just make sure they're on a leash and are wearing current vaccination tags. There will also be live music.
The Haven will use the money raised at the event to offset their monthly medical expenses that sometimes average around $3000 a month. The Haven, presently in its 13th year, rescues, re-habilitates, and re-homes more than 900 animals each year, and has helped more than 4,000 abandoned and abused dogs and cats in Baldwin County since opening their doors.
The non-profit animal shelter is responsible for leading the four municipal animal control shelters into creating a no-kill society for companion pets. The Haven volunteers and staff care for more than 70 homeless cats and dogs at the shelter on any given day. They make it their mission to find loving homes for the once homeless, injured, neglected, abused and abandoned animals they come in contact with. All of the dogs and cats at The Haven are given food and water, vaccinated, evaluated behaviorally and medically, and taken care of until they find their forever home.
559 South Section Street
Fairhope, AL 36532
Phone: (251) 929-3980
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