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Broadway Barks to Benefit Dogs and Cats in NYC Shelters

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Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDs is bringing you a very entertaining way to help shelter animals! The 13th annual Broadway Barks, this Saturday, July 9 at Shubert Alley, will shine the spotlight on dogs and cats in desperate need of good homes.

This event, founded and hosted by Mary Tyler Moore and Bernadette Peters, will include actors Annabella Sciorra, Bebe Neuwirth, and many more! Along with the stars of the stage, adoptable animals will be there from various organizations including Humane Society of New York, ASPCA, and North Shore Animal League America. The potential pets will be presented by attending celebrities. Last year, over 200 animals found loving homes at Broadway Barks!

Attendees will be able to take part in a raffle and silent auction and can purchase pieces of signed memorabilia. All proceeds will benefit the participating animal shelters and the Picasso Veterinary Fund. The fund, established by the Mayor’s Alliance for NYC’s Animals, gives grants to shelters in order to cover veterinary costs!

And, did I mention this event is FREE?! Jump here for more.


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