ARL Joined Tuna at the Revere Hotel
Tuna loves his ARL “See Something, Say Something” doggie t-shirt!
We’re very grateful to Tuna Melts My Heart and BarkBox for choosing to raise awareness and funds for the Animal Rescue League during the Boston leg of the Tuna Tour!
Last Wednesday, we joined Tuna and his delightful mom, Courtney, at the Revere Hotel Boston Common for their Meet and Greet Event, one of several on their U.S. tour where they’re raising awareness about animal shelters everywhere.
Tuna is a lovable a 3 year-old rescue Chiweenie who has captured the hearts of animal lovers across the U.S. His Instagram account has made him quite the canine celebrity. He’s even been on E!.
Hundreds of people lined up outside the event for a chance to meet Tuna. The very generous animal lovers donated over $500 to support shelter pets here at the ARL. Several people who donated received our limited release ARL “See Something, Say Something” doggie t-shirts.
Thank you to Tuna, BarkBox and The Revere Hotel for giving us the opportunity to participate in this event and get the word out about the great work of the Animal Rescue League of Boston.
If you have a dog and want to register for BarkBox - a monthly box of dog goodies delivered to your door – now’s the time! If you register for BarkBox using this link barkbox.com/tuna, you’ll get 10% off your order and BarkBox will donate $15 for each subscription to eight animal shelters nation-wide, including the ARL!
A chihuahua learning all about the ARL’s services while waiting in line.
A curious pup wants some ARL swag.
Happy about their ARL “See Something, Say Something” t-shirt!
On Saturday night one of our Animal Rescue League of Boston shelter dogs had a fairy tale evening. Wren, a 5-month-old pup, spent Saturday evening at the Wilbur Theatre with actor, comedian and animal lover Janeane Garofalo. From the moment that Wren stepped foot in the theatre she was treated like a star. The Wilbur staff showered her with affection. What’s incredible is that just two weeks ago, Wren was living a life of neglect, tied to an outside porch without food or water. She was very skinny and starved for attention. Despite her hardships, Wren is a very sweet dog and felt very comfortable in the arms of Janeane Garofalo. Janeane, a pit pull dog mom herself, said that if she could, she would gladly take Wren on the train back home with her! Janeane is a huge supporter of animal welfare organizations and a friend to the Animal Rescue League of Boston. She was even so kind as to discuss the work of the League in the first 5 minutes of her show.
Wren is currently waiting for her forever home at the League’s Boston branch. If you’re interested in meeting this sweet girl you can give us a call at 617.426.9170 or stop by our Boston Adoption Center!
A special thank you to Janeane Garofalo for her kindness to Wren and the League’s staff. Also a huge thank you to the wonderful people at The Wilbur Theatre (especially Bill and Taylor Blumenreich and Andrew Mather) for always being so supportive of the Animal Rescue League of Boston. We hope to see you all again soon, stop by the shelter any time for a tour!