The Daviess County Animal Shelter is having its annual car wash and bake sale on the WBKR parking lot on Saturday. 100% of the proceeds will benefit homeless animals in the community.

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The Daviess County Animal Shelter is hosting another big event that will benefit homeless pets at the shelter, but they need our help to make it happen. Is your car dirty? Do you or your pups have a sweet tooth? It's going to be a beautiful day on Saturday and we hope that you can stop by the WBKR Yard Party sponsored by Toyotetsu Mid-America LLC. (TTMA).

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Daviess County Animal Shelter Car Wash & Bake Sale

Delicious homemade baked treats will be available for you.... and your pups. On-site pet adoptions. Get your car washed. The money raised will go directly to the medical needs of the shelter animals and the spay/neuter program. Don't they all deserve that second chance at love and life!

We'll be in the driveway of the WBKR Studios ready to make your vehicle look shiny and new. Stop by on Saturday, August 28th, 2021 from 10 AM until 2 PM to say hello and support the cause.

Support the Daviess County Animal Shelter

Don't forget that the shelter always needs donations. Beyond monetary donations, you can always drop off dog or cat food. Cat litter, dog beds, food/water dishes, treats, along with towels and blankets. You can always reach out to the shelter to see what's needed the MOST at any given moment. Becoming a shelter volunteer is also a great way to give back and help save lives. Tour the shelter and get more information today.

Daviess County Animal Shelter
Owensboro Ky
270-685-8275
dcacanimals@yahoo.com

The work done at the Daviess County Animal Shelter is inspirational. The shelter volunteers work so hard year-round because they know that it will help in the mission of saving the lives of more animals. It warms this animal lover's heart!

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