Broward County, Florida – The Broward County Humane Society announced Saturday that it will hold its annual “Walk for Animals” event in Fort Lauderdale.
The event will take place on March 4th at 8:00 am at the Las Olas Intracoastal Promenade Park at 80 Las Olas Circle.
Animal walks are the organization’s largest fundraiser. Event organizers hope to raise $400,000 for the event.
The walk is 1.25 miles long along A1A and features booths, live entertainment and more.
The Broward County Humane Society also continued its search on Saturday to find a loving permanent home for the pet.
Cherie Wachter of the Broward County Humane Society brought in six-year-old Juno.
Juno is part of the Shepherd mix and is active and very smart for those looking for a dog that does not need to be trained.
According to Wachter, the Juno is great with children, chasing small animals like iguanas hanging out in the backyard.
“Juno has been handed over to his family, who said it was a little too much for them, but we know there is a home out there for him,” Wachter said. .
Wacher also brought in two senior cats named Zero and Fred.
Wachter said the two, aged 10 and 12, are brothers who have lived together all their lives and want to be together.
Click here for more information on how to register for the Walk for the Animals event and how to adopt an animal.
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