Join the Indiana County Humane Society on March 2, 2013 upstairs at H.B. Culpeppers in celebration of National What If Cats and Dogs Had Opposable Thumbs Day! For one day a year, the nation entertains the possibility of what our furry friends would do if they had the evolutionary “thumbs up” advantage of, well, opposable thumbs. Would Zoe the cat use her new found powers for opening up her own Fancy Feast cans at any time she preferred, or would she organize her own rescue? Would Gia the boxer puppy open the refrigerator for herself, or would she use her clout to help rescue other bully breeds? If one of the only factors separating humans from animals is the use of our opposable thumbs, it makes a person wonder what if…
What: Celebration of National What If Cats and Dogs Had Opposable Thumbs Day
When: March 2, 8pm-12am
Where: Upstairs at H.B. Culpeppers
Why: Help the Indiana County Humane Society raise money for our furry friends
How: $20.00 at the door buys one admission into the celebration filled with music, hors d’oeuvres, multiple door prizes valued at $50.00-$100.00, AND a free t-shirt for the first 50 people!
Any questions, call the shelter at 724.465.7387 or 724.762.9357. See you there!