Rescue Runway Fashion Show

Rescue Runway Fashion Show cats and dogsFerrari Maserati of Long Island & Little Shelter Animal Rescue and Adoption Center will hold a Rescue Runway Fashion Show featuring Little Shelter’s finest on Thursday, Feb. 18

Join the animal rescue for an evening of treats from Maria’s Mexican & Latin Cuisine, The Garden City Hotel; wine tasting provided by VinoFiamma; awesome raffle prizes and Little Shelter’s finest adoptive pups to rip the runway in canine cache by Fetch to benefit Little Shelter Animal Rescue.

Donations are encouraged to support the organization and can be found at www.eagevents.com.

Collection items include:

  • cat and dog beds
  • cat trees and scratching posts
  • unopened cat and dog toys
  • unopened cat and dog food
  • collars and leashes
  • small washable blankets
  • towels
  • creamy peanut butter
  • cream cheese and American cheese
  • new rawhides, pig ears, bones, etc.
  • Kuranda beds
  • large stainless steel feeding bowls
  • small washable throw
  • grooming equipment

Ferrari-Maserati of Long Island is located at 65 S. Service Rd, Plainview, NY 11803.

Little Shelter is located at 33 Warner Rd, Huntington, NY 11743. Learn more at www.littleshelter.com.

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