BMTN Gives Back: Pause 4 Paws wine and beer tasting for good cause


Pause 4 Paws continues to be a fundraising entity dedicated to saving and improving the lives of dogs and cats in need.

The organization has expanded their reach and carries a heavy burden this year: To help even more dogs and cats experiencing neglect and abuse. The November 8, 2012, fundraiser was a huge success, offering Pause 4 Paws the resources to give to causes like spay and neuter clinics, rescue operations, and medical treatment. Sadly, there are still dogs and cats not being helped because there are still so few resources.

This organization, run by volunteers, will hold a spring fundraiser to help soothe the wounds of animals needing help. Despite the prominent animal welfare organizations and numerous rescue groups in Minnesota, horrific animal suffering continues, as well as a lack of funding and resources to properly help our animal community. Please join Pause 4 Paws at the beautiful Nicollet Island Pavilion on May 2, 2013 from 6-10pm for an evening of wine and beer tasting, delicious hors d’oeuvres, and musical and comedic entertainment. Visit to purchase tickets. 

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