Whatever you do...
DON’T miss the
Cobb County Animal Control
Saturday, November 4th • 10am - 4pm
1060 Al Bishop Drive, Marietta, GA 30008
• Police K-9 Demonstrations
• Raffles for Great Prizes
• Special Adoption Rates
Come Out and Support Your Shelter!! Volunteer! Adopt! Donate!
Please bring dog or cat food donations for the local pet food bank. Unopened and unexpired.
For more information please contact:
Billy Mayfield - 770-590-5614
or visit us at www.cobbanimalcontrol.org • Facebook.com/CobbAC
Cobb Animal Control will be hosting its semi-annual FURever Fest under the big tents on Saturday, November 4, 2017 from 10-4pm on the front lawn of the animal shelter.
This fun, free, family event features vendors a variety of animal related businesses, services, and organizations that provide education and information on responsible pet ownership and well as having products for sale that can be used for your pets to enhance the experience of adopting a pet and being a pet parent. The event will also feature a K-9 officer and the handler who will demonstrate the skills these dogs provide as a member of the police force. A DJ and food vendor help complete the afternoon’s event.
Come on out and support your shelter. Consider us first when thinking of a new pet. If you have never been to the shelter, you may be surprised by some of the beautiful and loving dogs and cats that are available. Meet our caring staff and volunteers that provide compassionate care for the dogs and cats.
Those interested in adopting will find special adoption rates available during the event. Adopt during the event and you will be entered in a drawing for a special gift. You can also help make a difference for less fortunate dogs and cats in Cobb by bringing a dog or cat food donation (unopened and unexpired) that will help a local pet food pantry provide temporary food assistance to those in need in our county.
The FURever Fest is held in the spring and in the fall as part of CCAC’s continuing efforts through public awareness and to work closely with the community to find more fur-ever homes for the homeless and abandoned animals that come into the shelter.
The shelter is located at 1060 Al Bishop Drive, Marietta, just a half-mile from Jim R. Miller Park. For more information about Cobb County Animal Control or this event, please call 770/499-4136 or visit www.cobbanimalcontrol.org. You can also follow the events on www.facebook.com/CobbAC.