WASHINGTON, D.C. (WUSA) - Time to move your feet and give a boost to rescued pets at Saturday's annual Walk for the Animals.
On Saturday Sept. 29, a fundraising team will take to the streets in the second annual DC Walk for the Animals and the Pet-a-Palooza, hosted by the Washington Humane Society in support of rescued animals followed by a community festival. Pet-a-Palooza begins at 10 a.m., and is free and open to the public. The walk begins at noon and lasts till 1 p.m.
Both teams and individuals can register for the walk at the event or online by clicking here.
Located in the heart of the Adams Morgan neighborhood, at the Marie Reed Elementary School [2200 Champlain St. NW], the walk and festival will raise money to support WHS programs including pet adoption, animal rescue and welfare, training and fostering.
The festival will feature local vendors as well as games and contests for local pets and their owners.