Presenting the 2nd Annual Bull N’ Brew, poster by Eric Fritch
If you’re a doggie lover like us, the stories of Karuna Bully Rescue will have you all teary eyed. But, the good news is, you can do something to help by getting tickets to the awesome Bull N’ Brew event on May 19 in Wilton, CT.
Bugsy Malone, up for adoption. Click through to find out about him and to see more pics.
Why it’s important to help out:
Annie spent most of her life in a family’s backyard, heavy chain around her neck, weighing her down. Through rain, through snow, through sleet she stayed there. Even through Hurricane Irene, she stayed there, chained up with no hope of ever seeing anything except the tiny backyard. She was left there, to die, when the family moved…well, until Karuna Bully Rescue of New Haven, CT stepped in. They took her in, got her all fixed up, and was able to adopt cute Annie out to a loving family. See her rescue story here and check out her growth as a free loving doggy. Stories like these come to Karuna Bully Rescue every day, and as you can see, being able to take in, foster, care for, and support rescues is no easy feat.
Jake, the Pit-uation, is up for adoption too! Click through to find out about him.
How you can help out:
Lucky for you, helping out is much easier than the job these wonderful people do every day. It’s as simple as stopping by on Saturday, May 19th at 6 pm at Ambler Farm in Wilton. Tickets are $50 via PayPal to email@example.com or $60 at the door. And, all proceeds go towards Karuna Bully Rescue, too, so there’s no middle-man. Just needy doggies getting what they need to be healthy, happy and 100% adoptable.And, it’s a win-win situation! You can look forward to live music from Tim Palmieri & Friends and Like Violet, wine, food from SUPER DUPER WEENIE, a silent auction, and a raffle. And, beer. What kind of event would Bull N’ Brew be without beer? They will have local craft beer from Thomas Hooker (CT) and Blue Point Brewery (Long Island), as well as a keg of home brewed goodness. They’ll be tapping “Pit Bull Slobber,” so you best be there to help empty that keg.
Please direct questions to firstname.lastname@example.org and help these wonderful people and doggies out!