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PAWS CHICAGO’S “Animal Magnetism”

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Hey Chicago!! It’s 103.5 KISS-FM‘s morning diva, Angi Taylor, guest blogging to talk about the amazing PAWS event Animal Magnetism I want you all to know about!

Ever thought it would be fun to get dressed-up, get the family pooch (or pooches!) dressed-up, and hit the town together for a swanky night out?  You can, AND you’ll be raising money for PAWS Chicago at the same time. Win-win!

PAWS Chicago’s Seventh Annual Animal Magnetism event will take place at Galleria Marchetti, on Friday, February 22 at 7:00 p.m. Hosted by former Chicago Bear Jerry Azumah and myself, Special Guests Alison Victoria of Kitchen Crashers and Susanna Negovan of the Chicago Sun-Times.

Not only will you walk the red carpet with your dapper dog, enjoy amazing food, and be able to dance the night away together, but your 4-legged pal will also be treated to their own doggie buffet!  A benefit wouldn’t be complete without an amazing silent auction, too.  This year’s items include:

  • Lollapalooza 3-day passes (Helloooo, Jay-Z is rumored to be headlining!)
  • Cannon digital camcorder
  • The Ultimate Four Season Hotel experience
  • Many, many more exclusive items

MORE ABOUT PAWS CHICAGO:

Founded in 1997, PAWS Chicago (Pets Are Worth Saving) is the Midwest’s largest non-profit, No Kill humane organization.  PAWS Chicago envisions a No Kill Chicago – a city in which no pets are destroyed just because they are homeless. Working toward that goal, PAWS Chicago is on track to find homes for more than 5,600 pets out of the cageless, No Kill Adoption & Humane Center and to perform free and low cost spay/neuter surgeries for more than 18,000 pets in 2013.

Get your tickets here, and we’ll see you and your pup on the dance floor!

-Angi Taylor

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