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RSCPA Rescue Me Adoption Day - October 3


This year again, the RSCPA is celebrating our furry friends on World Animal Day Weekend, October 3-4, with another PAWsome event - the Rescue Me Adoption Day. The weather forecast is looking great! So make sure you don't miss out.

After the success of the inaugural event in 2014, on Saturday 3 October, RSPCA NSW will be hosting a mass dog rehoming and pet rescue information day. Working together with other animal welfare and rescue groups from across the state, the main objective for the day is to rehome as many dogs as possible. If you are looking for a new four-legged, furry family member, make sure you put this date in your calendar and come on down to meet the dogs that are looking for a second chance in life. You may be just what they have been waiting for!

Even if you aren’t looking for an addition to your pack at this stage, there will be lots of other activities for you on the day – RSPCA Merchandise, food stalls, dog agility course, pet product expo stalls and much more.

Bicentennial Park is a dog friendly area, so please bring your best friend along (on lead) to meet any potential friends. There will be plenty of staff and volunteers on the day to help you and Rover find your perfect match.

Put the date in your phones now, as you would be barking mad to miss out on RSPCA Rescue Me - Rescue Dog Adoption Day.

What: Rescue Me

When: 10am - 2pm, Saturday, 3 October 2015

Where: Bicentennial Park, Glebe Foreshore, Sydney

Tickets: Free entry

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