Have Some “Fun in the Sun” at OC Animal Care’s Annual Pet Fair

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June 23, 2016

Contact: Katie Ingram at katie.ingram@occr.ocgov.com
(714) 796-6413

Have Some “Fun in the Sun” at OC Animal Care’s Annual Pet Fair
(Orange, CA) OC Animal Care will be hosting its annual Pet Fair event this Saturday, June 25 from 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m., at 561 The City Drive South, Orange.  The event, which is sponsored by Supervisor Shawn Nelson and 4th District, will feature free adoptions for all pets adopted from OC Animal Care.  The free adoption does not include the cost of the microchip or licensing.  In 2015, 87 shelter pets found their new forever home during Pet Fair.  This year, we aim to adopt more than 100! In addition to discounted adoptions, visitors of all ages will enjoy the following:

Visit more than 50 animal rescue groups and pet related vendors
Spin and Win great pet care prizes
Tour the SCVVC Mutt Medics Mobile Spay/Neuter Vehicle
Meet Therapy dogs and learn about responsible pet ownership during the Katy Cares presentation
Watch trainers demonstrate positive reinforcement techniques that work on a variety of pets
Meet exotic reptiles during a So Cal Herp Association and Rescue demonstration
Fuel up and cool down at the Classic Taco and Kona Ice food trucks
Take a free “Fun in the Sun” photo with your family and/or furry friends

“We invite animal lovers of all ages to celebrate this wonderful day with us,” said Shawn Nelson, 4th District Supervisor.  “Pet Fair 2016 will be a great opportunity for us to welcome our community, promote responsible pet ownership, highlight the many services we provide, and most importantly, find loving homes for the many animals in our care.”

For more information on this event or available pets, call 714-935-6848 or visit our website at www.ocpetinfo.com. Voice of OC posts press releases to provide readers with information directly from organizations.

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