Brother Wolf Animal Rescue
The event will feature 18 local food trucks, and judges will award prizes in categories including Best Overall, People’s Choice, and VIP Taster’s Choice.
Brother Wolf plans two hold two community forums to address concerns, with the first one set for Monday (April 29) at Highland Brewing.
Plans call for a cat cafe, where patrons can sip tea or coffee, snack and pick a book to read to a feline friend.
Also, Mars Hill College was recently awarded a $2 million grant to help train nurses, and more.
The sale of the shelter will fund a new animal sanctuary that Brother Wolf plans to build in Leicester, the group's executive director says.
Puss N Boots Cafe, Central Purrrrk, Nibbles and Tails, Pet N Sip, Chez Chat and It's Meow or Never are just a few of the the suggestions.
The animal rescue nonprofit hopes to boost adoptions with the opening of a new feline adoption center-slash-coffee shop.
Chef Liam Luttrell-Rowland, chef at the Edington Center and lead trainer for Green Opportunities' GO-Kitchen Ready program, is the special guest this week.
Brother Wolf has taken in 23 puppies and kittens that have health issues, including skin and ear infections.
For the perfect home this month only, Brother Wolf Animal Rescue is waiving Ginger's adoption fee and tossing in a year's supply of dog food.
Brother Wolf also announces a plan to achieve status as a no-kill shelter, as well.
Sierra is a 10-year-old who loves people of all ages.
Brother Wolf Animal Rescue's adoption center is open every day from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Press release here: Brother Wolf Animal Rescue welcomes you to the Grand Opening of our Re-Tail Store on Saturday, June 16th from 12-4pm, located at 38 Glendale Avenue in Asheville off of Swannanoa River Road. ...