Local artists collaborate in a unique exhibit and provide support for the local community animals programs. Keep our friends "safe".

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Monday, May 19, 2014

Thank you to Sandy Edwards for the Zooinitas Silent Auction - Sculpture donation

Artists galore, great people and a terrific benefit to the community, Zooinitas Exhibiton 2014 is proving to be a real winner for everyone.

While we still seek are seeking donations for the silent auction of art, services, and various other items, we are pleased at the compassionate responses and support from others, like Sandy Edwards.  It makes it a very special place to live in when people really care.

Sandy Edwards has a compassion that she share with animals. We "thank you" for being a part of Zooinitas, Silent auction and for donating to the cause.

"Being creative has led me to a career as a hairstylist. Sculpting and painting is my passion and hobby. When I found out that I could donate my art to support animals in need I got so excited! I have been an entrepreneur for over 30 years in the beauty industry, I started painting when I was a teenager and eventually took on sculpting and found it's one of my favorite things to do, knowing I can share it for a great cause just makes it that more!"

Her donation of this sculpture is a gift indeed! You can reach Sandy at: sandysandiego1@yahoo.com

All Pets Animal Hospital Joins Zooinitas Exhibition in Support of RCHS July 26, 2014

All Pets Animal Hospital in Encinitas joins Zooinitas Silent Auction being held July 26, 2014, 1-4pm

In efforts to support the Rancho Coastal Humane Society (RCHS) and it's programs, the APAH is supporting the cause by donating various veterinary services to the silent auction and joining the artists efforts, on behalf of the RCHS, Safe House Program.

Compassionate care for all companion animals
"At All Pets Animal Hospital, we recognize the strong bond between people and their pets. After all, we have beloved animal family members of our own. Therefore, a commitment to comprehensive care for ALL companion animals is the cornerstone of our practice. We continually seek out new treatment options to provide our patients with the finest possible care at a reasonable price. But the best medicine is preventative medicine. We want to educate you with the information that you need to protect your pets health for their entire life."

Located at 285 N. El Camino Real in Encinitas (next door to Borrelli’s Pizza and across the street from HomeGoods). You can visit the website for information and "after Hours Emergency animal services

About the Safehouse Program™, Rancho Coastal Humane Society 

Victims of domestic violence and their children will often stay with a batterer because they fear their pet will be neglected, injured or killed if left behind. Concern for a beloved companion animal’s welfare prevents or delays more than 50% of battered individuals from escaping domestic abuse,
continuing to endanger themselves their children and their pets. Our program provides a support service to domestic violence shelters which are unable to accept pets. We provide temporary shelter for the pets of victims of domestic violence, allowing battered individuals to escape abuse and seek safety. Because of this assistance, no one is forced to choose between abandoning a beloved pet and staying in an abusive relationship. With help from our Animal Safehouse Program ™, survivors and their children can seek shelter, medical treatment and counseling, knowing their pets are safe.

Help support the Rancho Coastal Humane Society and its worthy programs at the Zooinitas Artists Exhibition, Silent Auction and opening reception on July 26, 2014, 1-4pm, Encinitas Library Art Gallery, 540 Cornish Drive, Encinitas, CA  92024.  Enjoy music, food and refreshments with loads of fun for all the family!

Vist our website at www.zooinitas.zohosites.com for information on the exhibit and it artists.