Wednesday, 12 October 2011 20:00

The Spookiest Halloween Fundraiser for CAPS

Orange County's Biggest Halloween Bash

$15 cash admission at door, includes raffle ticket, light supper,
HH Drinks from 7:30-8:30pm, FREE parking.
Don't miss best costume prizes, mingling with OC's awesome animal lovers, and great music!
October 29, 2011
7:30pm - 12:30am

Our party will be hosted at the elegant Annabel 81, Newport's newest trendy restaurant. Annabel 81 will be turned into a spooky, delightful playground for our members and guests.

4647 McArthur Blvd.
Newport Beach, CA 92660
(949) 784 - 0331

This is a fundraiser for CAPS
Companion Animal Protection Society
Dahli Brandt bought a sick puppy from Barkworks and she filed a complaint with the Companion Animal Protection Society. Thank you to Macerich and the Irvine Company for making the right decisions. Now if only the Petland chain in the U.S. would follow the decision of Petland Canada with 37 stores to go humane, which followed the decision of PJ's, another Canadian chain to go humane.

Publication/Event date: 2011-10-11

Publication name: Global Animal
Global Animal just received news that shopping center developer Macerich is banning sales of live animals in more than 70 malls across the US. This new humane policy designed to break the puppy mill business chain is taking effect nationwide within 30 days. Macerich confirmed that they will not renew the leases of existing pet stores that sell animals and in their place, are opening humane stores offering adoptions of rescued pets.
Some of the high profile shopping malls include Los Angeles’ Westside Pavilion, which is opening a rescue store this month in association with the nonprofit Friends of LA Shelters, Scottsdale’s Fashion Square, Chesterfield Towne Center in Richmond, Virginia, and Santa Monica Place.

Bea's Beat

Blog with CAPS Spokesmodel Beatrice, a puppy mill survivor and vegan advocate.

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Deborah Howard

Deborah Howard

Learn more about Deborah Howard, president and founder of Companion Animal Protection Society.

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Companion Animal Protection Society (CAPS)
759 CJC Hwy., #332
Cohasset, MA 02025
p: 339-309-0272
501 (c)(3) Tax ID#: 58-2040413

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Class Action Lawsuits

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If you purchased a sick or dying puppy from Barkworks or Happiness is Pets, you may be able to join consumer class action lawsuits. The first step is to fill out the CAPS complaint form.

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