Ingrid Newkirk, Co-founder & President, PETA
Saturday, February 29, 2020
Foothills Event Center, Grass Valley, CA
CAPE is honored to host Ingrid Newkirk, the dynamic leader for more than 35 years of the world’s largest animal rights organization. Ingrid’s adult life has been dedicated to ending animal suffering. Ingrid has spoken internationally on animal rights issues from the steps of Canadian Parliament to New Delhi, India. Do not miss this rare opportunity to hear Ms. Newkirk speak.
• All proceeds will benefit CAPE’s animal rescue programs.
Sadie is a one year old Maltese mix female who was brought to a shelter in Sacramento with a fractured pelvis. She needs about 4 weeks of rest for the pelvis to heal .
Sadie is very gentle, quiet, affectionate and adorable!
She needs to be spayed and other than the pelvic fracture, she appears very healthy. This little cutie will have a long line of adopters wanting her as she is snuggly and sweet!
Sadie is now in a CAPE foster home. She is rehabilitating in a cozy environment with a loving foster guardian. The socialization and love that she is receiving on a daily basis will help her restore health, build trust, and transition into adoption easily. Just a few more weeks of rest and Sadie is ready for her forever!
We want to thank our generous foster families and community of supporters! We also want to thank our incredible rescue partner CWOB, for always being so willing to help when CAPE rescue animals need a safe place to land.
Renegade's new home.
“Until we extend our circle of compassion to all living things, humanity will not find peace."
~Dr. Albert Schweitzer