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FORESTBURGH, NY — The Forestburgh Playhouse is working with Berloni Theatrical Animals, Dr. Joe d’Abraccio of Catskill Veterinary Services in Rock Hill (and TRR columnist) and Pets Alive to present its production of “Annie,” to spread awareness regarding the humane treatment of animals and to encourage support for organizations like Pets Alive, who rescue, care for and find families for our furry friends. It will also run adoption days during the run of the show.
Your donation will make it possible for the playhouse to bring Addison, a rescue pup, trained by the famous Bill Berloni (renowned trainer of famous Broadway furry stars) to Forestburgh to play Sandy in “Annie.” A portion of the proceeds will go directly to Pets Alive, which is a no-kill animal rescue located in the foothills of the Catskill Mountains. Its mission is to improve the lives of companion animals everywhere by any means possible, including rescue, adoption, advocacy, collaboration, intervention and education.
You can donate at https://www.gofund me.com/forestburgh-playhouse-pets-alive. Your donation will also help fund the adoption days at the play. Donations of $100 or more get a free photo opportunity with Sandy and a pawtograph.