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Vegas in the Valley August 9 2014 Benefit for homeless animals

Play for the dogs
Play for the dogs

Vegas in the Valley

Casino night to benefit homeless animals

Petopia Animal Rescue Adoption Center Hosts Casino Night to Benefit Homeless Animals

Put on your best poker-face and join Petopia Animal Rescue Adoption Center for a casino night to benefit animals in need.

Move over MGM Grand, the ladies behind the multi-rescue adoption center in Woodland Hills are headed to the Hilton Hotel to bring more good luck to dogs and cats in search of a forever home.

During Vegas in the Valley, guests will try their luck at the money wheel or roulette, roll the dice at craps, play for prizes at Texas hold’em, or double down playing blackjack to help raise funds for this worthy cause. The evening will also feature a raffle, live and silent auction, and an array of enticing food bars.

Adding to the evening’s excitement, LA-based pop-soul artists David & Devine will take the stage for a special musical performance. Between this dynamic duo, they have toured with some of the industry’s top artists such as Sheryl Crow, Lady Antebellum, Jason Mraz, Macy Gray and Christina Aguilera.

The real guests of honor, however, are Petopia’s adoptable cats and dogs who will be “working the room” in search of new friends and a place to call home.

WHAT: Buffet dinner, casino games, meet and greet with adoptable animals, and live entertainment to benefit cats and dogs in need.

WHEN: Saturday, August 9, 7:00PM – 11:00PM

WHERE: Hilton Hotel, 6360 Canoga Ave., Woodland Hills, CA

Petopia Animal Rescue Adoption Center is a nonprofit multi-rescue adoption facility located in the Westfield Promenade mall on Topanga Canyon Boulevard, in Woodland Hills. Comprised of four local animal rescue groups – Valley Cats, Southern California Pomeranian Rescue, Precious Paws and LA Animal Rescue – the store features rescued dogs and cats who are in need of a forever home.

Information provided by: Rachel Weil

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