Picture your pet as the next calendar star: AVHS contest deadline nears

  • Wednesday, September 20, 2017 4:31pm
  • Business

Enter your pet in the Auburn Valley Humane Society Pet Calendar Contest.

Time is running out as the pictures need to be uploaded by Saturday, Sept, 30.

You can have bragging rights about how cute your favorite pet is; plus you will be doing your part to change the lives of the lost, abandoned and homeless animals in our community.

Register your dog, cat, horse, pig or pet as a participant in the photo contest at gogophotocontest.com/avhscalendar. Upload your pet photo and your story as to why you love your pet. If you need help, contact the Auburn Valley Humane Society and they will assist you. Once the picture is uploaded you need to encourage your friends, family and co-workers to vote online. Voting continues until Oct. 17.

You can do your part by voting. One dollar represents one vote. Vote as often and as many times as you wish. Every vote is tax deductible.

The top 14 pet photos who receive the highest vote count will be the winners of the 2018 calendar contest and win a featured spot on one of the monthly pages. The photo with the most votes will be featured on the cover of the calendar and on a monthly page.

The goal is to raise $22,000 to provide for medical care (spay/neuter, vaccinations and microchipping).

Calendars will be on sale at the shelter, online and featured at AVHS events beginning Nov. 17.

For more information, call 253-249-7849 or email info@auburnvalleyhs.org.

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