Marley's Mutts NorCal Presents:Bow Wow Film Fest Tickets (NorCal)

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Please fill out the form below to purchase your tickets for our Bow Wow Film Fest, presented by the NorCal Marley’s Mutts Team.
If you have questions about the event, please contact coordinator Sahar Bartlett 415 509-2911.
Date: Saturday, April 30, 2016
Time: noon – 5:00 pm
Film Showing: 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Place: Cavanaugh Center Boys and Girls Club
Address: 426 8th Street, Petaluma, CA
Cost: $12/adults and $5/kids under 12
Free Popcorn!
Food for purchase, and beer and wine available for older kids.
Mission Statement:
Marley’s Mutts is a non-profit organization that rescues, rehabilitates, trains and re-homes death row dogs from Kern County’s high-kill animal shelters. In addition , we utilize the rescued dogs to transform people’s lives. Through the power of the human-canine bond, we  empower dogs and people to live healthy, happy and productive lives.
Marley’s Mutts Dog Rescue is a registered 501(c)3 Non-Profit Organization (30-0636031) that is concentrated on saving the lives of Kern County’s incarcerated canines. Kern County’s shelters are bursting at the seams and register some of the highest euthanasia rates in the country. We are committed to these shelter dogs simply because they have NO ONE and are closest to death. These dogs are at the shelter because they have been abandoned, lost, neglected, discarded or abused and many of them have no way out but RESCUE. These dogs are without family, love or representation and we aim to save as many as we can. We are their rescuers, their voice and their future.
Marley’s Mutts Dog Rescue is not taking public found strays or owner surrenders at this time. We do offer assistance on our website with training options, rehoming services, and networking resources. We hope to grow enough in size and capability to one day consider owner surrenders and strays as part of our rescue mission but at this time we feel that our services and skills will be best applied if we prioritize the rescue of dogs on death row.