Arvada, CO, July 16, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Elizabeth Bublitz, owner and author of Pawfriendly Landscapes, will be hosting a book signing for the Misha May Foundation at D'Note on Tuesday, July 22 at 7519 Grandview Ave; Old Towne Arvada from 5:30-10 pm.
Come early to meet the good folks at The Misha May Foundation, Lakewood's non-profit mutt rescue dedicated to preventing the euthanasia of neglected, untrained or ill homeless dogs. Misha May accepts all dogs regardless of breed, age, disability or infirmity; they provide whatever is needed to help them become adoptable, whether it be affordable training or medical treatment.
"We believe there is a loving home for nearly every dog," says founder and executive director, Lorraine May.
There is no cover charge for the evening, which includes the "killer blues guitar" of Chris Aaron and friends at 7:30 p.m. and the folk music of the DeGraff Brothers and friends at 9:30 p.m.
Elizabeth Bublitz, author of Pawfriendly Landscapes, will be "on paw" to autograph her book and answer questions. Door prize tickets at $5 and $10 include an $85 certificate for a landscape consultation with Bublitz, book store gift cards, Rockies tickets, and many more fantastic items. Order from the menu, which includes some of the tastiest, most creative pizza in Denver.
Misha May relies exclusively on volunteers to foster and help adopt all rescued dogs as well as organize fundraisers. Their goal is to create a home-like Sanctuary, Training and Adoption Lodge so they can rescue many more dogs.
Though no dogs can attend, get an update on the latest rescue, Shasta, a three year-old female Miniature Pincer with a broken leg from a "run-in" with a car. Shasta was scheduled to be euthanized at a local shelter, when Misha May snapped her up. Soon after that they learned from an x-ray that their diminutive canine charge also had B-B pellets lodged in her thoracic cavity.
Hear also about Misha May's Wendall, a Chocolate Lab/Yellow Lab with hip problems abandoned by a deserted highway in Utah. Wendall won the hearts of many after a local daily paper described his plight and the need for $200 for X-rays to diagnose his condition.
To learn more about Misha May, go to their website, mishamayfoundation.org, email them at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 303.239.0382.