Charity art auction to raise funds for life-saving surgeries, heartworm treatments and more.
Homeward Trails Animal Rescue hosted their annual PawCasso Charity Art Auction on Saturday, April 20. This year’s event featured more than 30 local artists in a live auction, a silent auction, food, drink, dancing and music by Bad Hair Day and Robert Miranda. Julie Carey, the Northern Virginia Bureau Chief for News4 was the emcee.
Homeward Trails rescues and adopts out an average of 1,700 homeless cats and dogs annually. This event benefits the Homeward Trails Medical Fund, which provides support to animals that come to Homeward Trails needing surgeries, specials medications, rehab or behavioral training. Animals needing such are often left behind in shelters, but Homeward Trails prides itself in taking in dozens of special needs animals annually and getting them the homes they deserve.