Lucky Dogs St. Paddy’s Day pawty; Wilderness Trail Distillery hosts a ‘fun’draiser for DBCHS

Published 8:42 am Friday, March 10, 2023

Wilderness Trail Distillery has gone to the dogs!

Wilderness Trail Distillery graciously supports the Danville-Boyle County Humane Society Community Cat Program. WTD sponsors the Community Cat Van so Cody, DBCHS’s community cat specialist, can safely transport community cats.

The distillery has also utilized the Community Cat Program. Cody humanely trapped more than ten cats to be vaccinated and fixed before returning them to their home at WTD. Because the cats are sterilized and vaccinated, they do not reproduce, fight, or spread disease.

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Instead, they’ve become a part of daily life at the distillery. The cats keep pests at bay and prevent new cats from moving in. It’s safe to say that the fine folks at WTD are fans of felines.

But did you know that our friends at WTD are also dog lovers? That’s why they’re hosting the Lucky Dogs St. Paddy’s Pawty to benefit DBCHS on Friday, March 17. Join us for a rye whiskey barrel pick, live music from Jonathan New and Rachel Crowe, and Piggin’ Out food and WTD cocktails for purchase.

In addition to a shamrockin’ good time, you can help DBCHS find homes for dogs who have been at the shelter far too long. It’s a bunch of blarney that these doggos don’t have a family yet.

Ace, Chunk and Maggie are just a few of the fabulous dogs looking for their pot of gold. The best thing you can do is adopt one of them. If adopting isn’t in your immediate future, DBCHS will gladly accept donations to sponsor adoption fees. Finally, spread the word to your family and friends and share the dogs with your social network. Every dog deserves a loving family of their own. Let’s make Ace and his friends lucky dogs.

Join DBCHS for the Lucky Dogs St. Paddy’s Day Pawty at Wilderness Trail Distillery on March 17 from 6 p.m.-9 p.m. Don’t miss it, or you’ll be green with envy.

The Danville-Boyle County Humane Society is a non-profit 501 (c)(3) established in 1972 that promotes the humane treatment of animals through compassionate care, engagement and support.