YVAS unveils new mural, hopes to clear shelter on Sept. 18 | Group

BILLINGS — The Yellowstone Valley Animal Shelter (YVAS) welcomes the group to carry their pets and show up at the unveiling ceremony for their new mural, “Hope”, on Sept. 18 from 11:30 a.m. to midday.

Light-weight refreshments and “pup”-sicles will be provided. Also, artist Wayne Tiny and his pet dog, Pookie, who was adopted from YVAS and is featured on the mural, will be in attendance.

The occasion is set to kickoff nationwide Obvious the Shelters weekend. YVAS says they’ll present adoption promotions and hopes that each individual shelter animal is in a position to come across their fur-at any time residence.

Modest suggests he was psyched for this option to assistance beautify the shelter and give it the attention it justifies.

“YVAS has created a main affect in my lifestyle as a result of the adoption of 3 dogs and a hen more than the a long time. I am sympathetic to YVAS’s objective of compassion and security for animals in our neighborhood,” he reported.

YVAS Government Director Triniti Chavez suggests she and the team are excited to see the colorful mural assist all those arriving at the shelter experience far more at home when they appear for an animal.

The mural, and before long-to-be set up adjoining Rainbow Fence, will be a area for adopters to celebrate, as properly as a place to honor the memories of content lives lived.

As said in a launch, funding for “Hope” was created possible by grants from the Large Sky Economic Development’s Room2Position system and the Mary Alice Fortin Basis.

For far more facts on the shelter and its approaching situations, you can abide by them on Facebook or check out their web page at www.yvas.org

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