Join Shelter Chic In NYC, Thursday, May 11th, For Their Annual Fundraiser To Give Rescued Animals A Fur-Ever Home


Shelter Chic, a New York-based non-profit organization dedicated to finding fur-ever homes for dogs and cats, is bringing their funky style to life during their third annual fundraising gala on Thursday, May 11, 2017, from 8:00 PM to 11:00 PM.

Tickets are available HERE! 100% of the proceeds go to their ongoing efforts to find homes for homeless animals in NYC.

Taking place at hot-spot Tao Lounge in downtown New York, the festivities kick off with a silent auction featuring a variety of items including Hamilton tickets, fitness class packs from some of NYC’s top studios, sporting events and more!

While bidding takes place, attendees will listen to music by DJ Vikas Sapra and sip on beer, wine, and spirits from Sixpoint, LVOV, Lot 40, and Gato Negro.

Most importantly, guests will learn critical information about the organization that strives to take away the stigma associated with animal shelters and their rescues; giving each of their adoptable pets a stylish look that reflects their individual personalities.

Creatively pushing the boundaries while drawing attention to this important cause, Shelter Chic forgoes the generic “Adopt Me” vest and dresses its adoptable animals in adorable outfits and accessories; complete with edgy slogans and innovative designs that further promote animal adoption.

“We welcome all, promote love, and encourage spoiling our furry friends because in the end, they’re the ones who rescue us.”

Not able to attend the Gala but still want to contribute to this worthy cause? Consider donating to Shelter Chic which is currently looking to secure a permanent location for its boutique and shelter so it can continue to house animals and save more lives!

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