Recap: Sugar & Champagne for the Washington Humane Society

DC’s best dressed two- and four-legged friends gathered on Wednesday night at the Ronald Reagan International Trade Center for the 2015 Sugar & Champagne Affair benefiting the Washington Humane Society (WHS). A standout event every winter, this year’s event did not disappoint. Processing throughout advantage of the spacious venue, Sugar & Champagne guests were treated to endless tastings and cocktails as they made their way throughout the stately ballroom and adjoining spaces. A very small handful of lucky guests–less than 50, Little Black Blog included–were invited to join the VVIP tasting reception, held on the second-floor annex overlooking the ballroom. Here, … Continue reading Recap: Sugar & Champagne for the Washington Humane Society

Architects for Animals: Washington Humane Society Fundraiser

Architects for Animals is a fundraising and awareness initiative that supports our community cat program – CatNiPP. Participating architectural design firms build and donate creative outdoor winter shelters to provide DC’s homeless cats with refuge from the season’s freezing temperatures. These shelters will be on display to the public at the event and at the end of the evening all shelters will be donated to care givers who work with the WHS. The shelters will be distributed throughout DC to be utilized by community cats. To purchase tickets click here: http://support.washhumane.org/site/Calendar?view=Detail&id=101681 Continue reading Architects for Animals: Washington Humane Society Fundraiser

Fashion for Paws® Presents Sneak Peak of the vitaminwater zero™ Inspired Couture

FIDM’s Inspired Collection Brings Couture to this year’s F4P Runway Show benefiting the Washington Humane Society Washington, DC – Flavors of Fashion©, a unique collaboration born out of vitaminwater zero™ and its Top Dog Sponsorship of the 5th Annual Fashion … Continue reading Fashion for Paws® Presents Sneak Peak of the vitaminwater zero™ Inspired Couture

Arizona drops $1.25M on bridge for squirrels

Maybe this will help with the mass exodus of immigrants when the usual modes of transportation get backlogged? From ABC News: “It’s a pretty specialized item,” Tait said. “They are made of military grade nylon. They’re fire retardant and will be dyed a green color to fit in with the environment.” The bridges also have an easy release mechanism that allows workers to disconnect them from the trees in the event that a tall truck needs to drive up to the Mount Graham International Observatory at the top of the mountain, or in the case of a forest fire. They … Continue reading Arizona drops $1.25M on bridge for squirrels