The Hooters of Boca Raton recently held a pet adoption Happy Hour event on Valentines’s Day to help support the Tri-County Animal Rescue organization. During the fundraiser, guests had the chance to adopt a furry valentine on the restaurant’s patio.
“The event was a great success,” Suzi Goldsmith says, Co-Founder and Executive Director of Tri County Animal Rescue. “Not only do three out of the four dogs have adoption applications, one of our long-term special needs cats was also adopted. We wanted to keep Valentine’s Day the joyous holiday full of love and care it started as. The wonderful team at Hooters Boca Raton has taken our shelter into their loving arms for seven years. With our world changing at every moment, our fundraisers have gone to zero; yet Hooters always comes to our rescue. Without the team and support from our friends there, Tri County wouldn’t have saved as many animals as we have and will continue to do. From the bottom of our four-legged friends’ hearts, we thank them.”
Tri County Animal Rescue is a 100% No-Kill, 501 c, nonprofit animal shelter working to prevent the killing of over 170,000 unwanted pets in Broward, Miami-Dade and Palm Beach Counties each year. Since its inception, the organization has saved over 74,000 animals in Florida and across the world. Visit tricountyanimalrescue.com for more information.
“We enjoyed the opportunity on Valentine’s Day to give our community the opportunity to adopt a furry friend and help Tri County Animal Rescue increase pet adoptions, funds and raise awareness for their efforts,” Chris Torelli says, the Managing Partner at Hooters of Boca Raton, 2240 NW 19 St. Suite 1101-A.
For more information about South Florida Hooters and their charitable outreach, please visit HootersFlorida.com.