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Everyone is invited to the Society’s Purim Party

Purim is the most joyful festival, and joy is one of the things that the abandoned dogs and cats need so desperately. These animals are waiting in the Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals in Israel for kind folks who will come and offer them warm and loving homes.

The Society is opening its doors to the public and inviting all to come celebrate Purim at a special fancy-dress party for all the family. The party will take place on Friday ,March 9, at 10:30 in the morning, in the Society’s facility which is situated at: 159 Herzl Street, Tel Aviv. Admission – free.

The children will be welcomed by magicians, balloon artists and activity centers in the holiday spirit. A competition for the best costumes will be held with prizes for the winners. There will be lots of ‘Oznay Haman’ cookies and fun for all.

We in the Society will be happy to assist any of you interested in adopting an animal and will be on hand during the party to help you choose the right pet who will bring joy to your home.

Meanwhile you can start to get into the festival atmosphere by visiting our Facebook page to take part in the Purim jokes competition and, perhaps, to win a unique prize.

Happy Purim to All!