Support Cincinnati's Adore-A-Bull Rescue and Bully Breeds at A Fetching Affair at The Phoenix

Proceeds from the evening's event go to the rescue's mission of supporting bully breed dogs

click to enlarge Support Cincinnati's Adore-A-Bull Rescue and Bully Breeds at A Fetching Affair at The Phoenix
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Pit bulls often get a bad rap. It’s true: some of them have been bred for dog fighting and are trained to be aggressive, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t plenty of tail waggin’ good boys and girls deserving of a loving home.

That’s the code of Adore-A-Bull, Cincinnati’s first pit bull rescue. The nonprofit was founded in 2010 with the goal of saving bully breed dogs and puppies from high-kill shelters.

Support their mission and come out for a doggone good time at A Fetching Affair, Adore-A-Bull’s gala fundraiser. Don some fancy-schmancy cocktail duds and join emcees Perry Schaible of Local 12 and Q102’s Mollie Watson for a night of dinner, games, silent auctions and live music from the Cincinnati Frequency Band.

6:30-10:30 p.m. Thursday. $65; $95 VIP. The Phoenix, 812 Race St., Downtown, adoreabull.org.     

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