Monroeville and Butler Locations Host Subaru Loves Pets Events
Monroeville and Butler Locations Host #SubaruLovesPets Events
Hanging out with cats and dogs for a good cause… makes for a great week.
We’ve wrapped our Subaru Loves Pets Adoption and Supply Drives in Butler and Monroeville. It gave our customers and the community the opportunity to interact with local shelters and animals that are waiting for their forever home.
Both locations had boxes for donations, as well as Crosstrek chew toys and bandanas. Subaru also added a few new items:
- Shelter kits, with a number of items inside to aid in keeping the animals healthy and entertained while in the shelter
- New Parent kits, for owners to take home with their new furry family member
We also had a costume contest. Butler’s winner was Jasmine, who was a 50’s girl. The Monroeville winner was Leo, who was a superhero. They won $100 PetCo gift cards. The puppy moms won free vehicle details from #1 Cochran. Having your dog with you is great, but their hair? Not always so much fun.
The Butler County Humane Society brought a dog who is up for adoption Tuesday night. Eight-year-old Akita / Retriever-Lab mix, Etta, came to BCHS as a stray. She was so friendly with everyone she met in the showroom. Etta even offered her paw to a customer who walked over to pet her.
Shelter volunteers left with goods and monetary donations from customers and others who stopped by the showroom. The BCHS wants to remind everyone that they shelter cats as well and they are in desperate need of cat food. A number of those items are on the shelter’s wish list.
Animal Protectors of Allegheny Valley brought several kittens to the Monroeville event. Everyone—human and other dogs—enjoyed looking into the cage to watch the seven-week-old kittens playing.
They brought dogs as well. Velma is a terrier mix. Missy is a Cocker Spaniel who is special needs. She has hearing and vision issues. Of course, donations rolled in: the donation box filled by the end of the night, and bags had to be set on the floor next to it.
*Those interested in leaving donations at either location can continue to do so through the end of the month.*
Animal Protectors is a small shelter in New Kensington. They are getting ready to move to a much bigger shelter further down the street. They will be holding an open house to show where the new location will be on November 11th.
We are so grateful to all of you who helped us with our commitment to keeping all animals safe and healthy. Take a look at all of the pictures from both events below!