Purina Pet Project Day

Sunday, June 9, 2019
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Lend a hand to help homeless pets during the Purina Pet Project Event at Purina Farms. Come and meet adoptable pets, and take part in making adoption kits, toys and needed supplies for shelter pets. All projects are suitable for pet lovers of all ages. Purchase activity tickets for $5 each with a portion of the proceeds benefiting local animal welfare organizations. Each participant receives a goody bag with a snack and much more. 

At the Purina Pet Project Day, participants can participate in activities located in the following four event areas: Adopt, Donate, Volunteer and Games. Visitors will have the opportunity to:

  • Meet adoptable pets from various local St. Louis shelters and rescues
  • Take a snapshot with an adoptable pet at the photo station and share in social media with friends and family to help find the pet a forever home
  • Help compile Welcome Home kits
  • Decorate a bandana for an adoptable dog
  • Bring an item to donate to a shelter or rescue group and receive a free activity ticket (items include Purina pet food, leashes, collars, pet crates, chew toys, tennis balls, paper towels, bleach, dish soap, laundry detergent, stamps, grooming supplies, pet beds, copy paper, pens and more)
  • Assemble dog beds
  • Make cat toys
  • Make a pet blanket
  • Decorate a treat jar
  • Make an animal mask
  • Pick the foods that your dog can and can't eat in the "Eat This, Not That" game
  • Identify the necessities of caring for your pet in the "Responsible Pet Owner" game, and lots more!

Sunday, June 9. Come anytime between 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Purina Farms. No reservations are necessary. Admission and parking are free! 

Learn more at purinafarms.com



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