Fort Collins Critter Events March 21st – March 28th

Foxy

This week we have some adoption events, vaccine clinics and a few really cool “Save the Date” events. This time of year it’s important to check on events regularly, as many have sign-up requirements that need to be completed earlier than the “day of”. This week’s adoptable is Foxy, and she is at Animal House Rescue and Grooming. This three- year-old Terrier Yorkshire Mix is smart, fun and full of energy, and  looking for an active adult home!

Saturday, March 22nd 

All Aboard Animal Rescue and Shelter Pet Adoption Event at The Pet Club 

When: 9 a.m. – 12

Where: Pet Club at 22226 E Harmony Road

They have an adoption event every Saturday that changes locations. Be sure to check their Facebook page for more details each week.

Low-Cost Vaccination Clinic for Fort Collins Cat Rescue Spay & Neuter Clinic 

When: 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Where: 2321 E. Mulberry St., Unit 9, Fort Collins

Tuesday, March 25th 

Low-Cost Vaccination Clinic for Fort Collins Cat Rescue Spay & Neuter Clinic 

When: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Where: FCCRSNC Clinic, 2321 E. Mulberry St., Unit 9, Fort Collins

Wednesday, March 26th 

Registration opens for the 24th Annual Fire Hydrant 5!

Larimer Humane Society is pleased to present the 24th Annual Fire Hydrant 5, 5K Walk/Run & Pet Expo at Edora Park, Fort Collins. The event begins with a family-and dog-friendly 5K walk/run through Edora Park and its surrounding neighborhood, followed by the pet expo featuring over 50 booth venders catering to pet lovers, athletes, families, and more! The pet expo is also host to the 5K top finisher and top team awards as well as the popular pet contest showcase. Visit the site or call for more details: 970-530-2945

Save the Date:

Spring Fling Seminar Day with Charles Clarkson – The World of Birds – Fort Collins Audubon Society 

When: March 29th 8:30 a. – 4:30 p.m.

Where: Drake Center on Drake Road

Contact: Hildy Morgan at hildy.morgan@gmail.com or 970.223.3493

Dr. Charles Clarkson, professor of orni-thology, ecology, and conservation at Roger Williams University, will be the featured speaker, discussing how the biology of birds has baffled scientists for years, the science behind feathers and flight, survival: a year in the life of a bird, how birds cope with a changing planet, and what can I do?: the power of one.

Free Art Afternoon for Kiddos to Celebrate Be Kind to Animals Week: Sponsored by Larimer Humane Society and Fort Collins Cat Rescue & Spay/Neuter Clinic

When: April 6th from 3 p.m. – 5 p.m.

Where: Art Lab, 239 Linden Street Fort Collins, 80524

Cost: Free, but you do have to sign up  http://vols.pt/BCCLfP. All you need to do is enter your email address, not register for an account and then you will get an automated response.

To commemorate “Be Kind to Animals Week” (May 5-11), young artists are encouraged to submit posters related to the theme “Love a Shelter Pet” by April 11. Larimer Humane Society and Fort Collins Cat Rescue and Spay/Neuter Clinic are hosting a free art afternoon at ArtLab Fort Collins where children ages K-5th grade and their families are invited to have some creative fun making posters for the contest while also learning about how to help shelter animals. Light refreshments will be served, and children may bring their own art supplies, but materials will also be made available.

Children do not have to attend the ArtLab event to enter the contest but can also submit posters they make at home or school. For complete entry guidelines contact either of the sponsor organizations to learn more. Posters must be dropped off by April 11 at Fort Collins Cat Rescue & Spay/Neuter Clinic (2321 E. Mulberry St. #1, Fort Collins) or the Loveland Cat Adoption & Resource Center (621 E. Eisenhower Blvd., Loveland).

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