Don’t buy a pedigree pet…Adoption is an option

Since we believe …

Love comes in all shapes and sizes…and love definitely cannot be bought but can be adopted!!………How??
Find out your self by visiting CUPA Shelter on Oct ,2nd 2009- PET ADOPTION DAY!!!

Come lets share and celebrate the everlasting bond between animals and humans.

Please spread the word amongst your friends and family, who are looking out to adopt pets ,to come to CUPA shelter on this day to adopt.

Venue: KVAFSU-CUPA Animal Shelter
Veterinary College Campus,
Hebbal
Bangalore – 560 024

Tel: 9845366209, 080-22947300 / 22947301 / 22947307

Fax: 91-080-22293771

Timings : 1000 – 1700

You can visit their profiles in CUPA’s blog

http://bloggers-bark.blogspot.com/search/label/Pets%20for%20Adoptions

http://bloggers-bark.blogspot.com/

Please help us to spread the word, of these pets who need a loving home.

Thanks and Regards
Santosh Rajashekar
9845366209    

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