Critter Jam – Supporting Homeless Pets – A Cause For The Paws.
Written by Granaas6 on November 25, 2015
The Critter Jam will be held at the One Stop at Asheville Music Hall located at 55 College street in Asheville, NC Sunday Dec 13 from 11 till 5pm.
RSVP in our facebook event:
Brunch will be served inside by the Mojo Kitchen alongside a bloody mary bar and MegaMosa drink specials.
The Critter Jam will be hosted By Asheville’s own Woody Wood for 2 sets of fine music with special guests:
Early Segment/Acoustic Brunch
Woody Wood, Robert Greer (Town Mountain), Tom Driessen, George Pond (Snake Oil), Caine McDonald (Raising Caine) and more to be confirmed.
Sufi Brothers & Friends-Mike Rhodes (Blue Rags), Jason Krekel (Larry Keel), Woody and more to be confirmed for the Critter Jam.
There’s no cover charge for this event!!!
Brother Wolf accepts pets with long term medical and behavioral needs, consequently fund raising is a way of life because they also operate solely on donations from the public. Brother Wolf representatives will be on hand to accept your donations to support the Adoption Center at the Critter Jam.
About Brother Wolf Animal Rescue
Brother Wolf isn’t just an animal shelter, and the no kill mission embraced by this organization takes the next step by giving a permanent home to many animals that will never be adopted. Displaced pets with health or behavioral problems find a safe haven here with Brother Wolf. The place is filled with volunteers working with the pets and the public making sure all are tended to in a positive way. Several spaces within the campus are devoted to play space where animals get play time with volunteers and each other. Pets are all given a thorough temperament evaluation to help identify the best familymatch for a happy forever home.
Brother Wolf fulfills its mission within the community with a handful of outreach programs:
• A Thrift Store & Gift Shop located in the Glendale Avenue campus operate to benefit the adoption center
• Pet food assistance program
• Behavioral Modification training to help owners resolve problems and keep their pets in the home.
• T-N-R feral cat programs
• An upcoming pet sanctuary project just met it’s donor fund matching goal and expects to break ground on phase one of the 80 acre sanctuary project next year.
Recently voted “Best of WNC 2015”by the readers of Asheville’s Mountain Xpress in several categories is a testament to the dedicated care Brother Wolf provides in the community.
Animal Shelter/Rescue Organization
Brother Wolf Animal Rescue
ANIMAL SHELTER/RESCUE ORGANIZATION
• WORK & BUSINESS
NON PROFIT ORGANIZATION
Brother Wolf Animal Rescue is a No Kill organization based in Asheville, North Carolina and was founded in 2007 to provide the resources and life saving programs to build a No Kill community.
As a grassroots organization, BWAR operates a one-of-a-kind adoption center that is open to the public 365 days a year making it easy to adopt, volunteer, and become involved in our No Kill mission.
You can get more information about this great not for profit organization and the work that they do at http://www.bwar.org/