Event: World Animal Day with SPCA Selangor (Sept 23)

Meet animal lovers from across Malaysia and pay homage to man’s best friends this Sunday

Bring your pets out and have some fun quality time with them this Sunday as SPCA is celebrating World Animal Day. A crowd of 500 people is expected and it is a good opportunity for us ‘parents’ to bring our cute and adorable ‘kids’ out to let their hair down. After all, it is their day.

Your two/four-legged friends may enjoy these activities:

- SPCA Selangor Recognition Awards – 10 Awards

- Consultations by Dog Gone Good trainer

- Mini Awards -Best Dressed Dog, Biggest Dog, etc

- Photo Session with Hero Dog

- Grooming Session by Letoro Grooming

- Pet walk around Park

- Naga DDB Walk For Hope 

In conjunction with the event, there will be booths by The Body Shop, Dunkin Donuts and Dog Gone Good Training School among others. There will also be 400 goodie bags with food samples, magazines and vouchers up for grabs at RM10 donation fund each.

World Animal Day falls every October 4 of the year; it is a day dedicated to cherish different kind of animals and remind humankinds to protect animals’ rights including against abuse and abandonment. The commemoration started back in 1931 at an ecology convention in Florence. The date itself was decided according to Francis of Assisi’s birthday; a Catholic saint known as the nature lover and the patron of animals and environment.

SPCA (Society For Prevention of Cruelty To Animals) Selangor is an NGO founded back in 1958. Their main aim is to protect defenseless animals and provide them with decent shelters. The SPCA Animal Shelter & Adoption Centre at Ampang Jaya temporarily houses 300-350 unwanted animals at any one time while seeking new homes for them. The World Animal Day celebration is their attempt to create awareness among Malaysians to work hand in hand in protecting the welfare of animals.

World Animal Day 2012 with SPCA Selangor

Date; Sunday, 23 September 2012

Time: 3pm

Venue: Desa Park City

Entrance: free

For more info, visit SPCA Selangor’s website here.