A group of “animal loving volunteers” will host an adoption event for animal at the local kill shelter, April 27 at Regina Pacis, 1230 65th Street.
The devoted animal lovers will facilitate their 1,000th adoption at this event and work hard to save as many animals from death in Brooklyn as possible.
The group’s first 18 months saving animals from death and finding them happy homes is detailed in member Mary Jo Tobin’s book, “Love Wanted, True Tails of Love, Loss and Redemption,” available or purchase on Barnes and Noble’s website or TatePublishing.com.
For more, contact Tobin at 718-986-1362.
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