Howl and Meow with Infinite Hope’s Year-End Celebration

Infinite Hope animal rescue is celebrating its 2014 successes with a “Howl and Meow” fundraiser on Sunday, December 7 at The Commons on Atlantic Avenue.


An all-volunteer non-profit founded in 2004, Infinite Hope has placed over 1,000 animals in permanent homes, with 100% of its funding going to house, care, and place the animals it  rescues, including spaying and neutering them.

Infinite Hope has also begun a program to offer temporary pet care for people in personal or financial difficulty, and a new Summer Kitten Program rescues, rehabilitates, socializes, and finds homes for abandoned or neglected kittens.

In 2014 alone, Infinite Hope trapped, neutered, and returned about 70 cats in Midwood, in addition to finding homes for the kittens and friendly cats they assisted during that project.

The “Howl and Meow” event will feature live music and a silent auction that includes vacation getaways, massages, photographers, and pet basket. The event begins at 6:30, and ticket prices begin at $25.  Stop by for appetizers, wine, and many happy stories of rescued Brooklyn animals.

If you can’t attend on Sunday, you can still support Infinite Hope’s work by donating, volunteering, fostering, or adopting.

Your support will help Infinite Hope ring in a new year of continued rescued work, so after a day of shopping, continue the spirit of giving by helping the local folks who help the animals.


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