Haven’t you always wanted to see man’s best friend dressed up in your favorite Chicago team’s colors? Well, wait no longer! Come watch the Chicago Blackhawks vs. the Dallas Stars with Geiger, everyone’s favorite 3-legged Chihuahua and Trio Animal Foundation spokesmodel, at WITTS on Thursday, February 23, 2012. Your $10 donation includes well mixers, select draft beer and tasty appetizers from 6-8 pm. Join in the raffle and win fabulous prizes.
Witts has generously donated the party, so all money raised will go directly to TAF to help their Hawks dogs: Hossa, Shaw, Seabrook, Leddy and Bolland. So, get your tail wagging and join Geiger and TAF for a fun night out.
Trio Animal Foundation is named after Trio, a dog who was used as bait in an illegal dogfight when she was only 4 weeks old. During the fight, her back leg was bitten off. With generous contributions from animal lovers, Trio received the best medical care possible and was adopted into a loving home. Inspired by Trio’s story, her owner founded TAF to help other needy homeless pets. Trio recently passed away, but her legacy continues with TAF, which has worked with over 35 shelters and rescues in the Chicagoland area and across the US and has paid for medical care for close to 1000 animals since it began in 2009. For more information on Trio Animal Foundation, please visit www.trioanimalfoundation.org.
WHEN: Thursday, February 23rd
6 – 8 p.m.
2913 North Lincoln Ave, Chicago, IL 60657
PRICE: $10 donation, all proceeds go directly to Trio Animal Foundation
Includes well mixers, select draft beer and appetizers from 6 – 8 pm.
ABOUT TRIO ANIMAL FOUNDATION:
TAF is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization that assists shelters, rescues and individuals by paying for medical care for homeless pets. TAF also sponsors volunteer and community outreach programs and assists open access shelters by funding medical care for shelter residents, which facilitates transfers to adoption programs. TAF promotes adoption and responsible pet ownership, including spay and neuter. TAF has worked with over 35 shelters and rescues in the Chicago land area and across the US and has paid for medical care for close to 1000 animals since it began in 2009.