For the second year, Casey Subaru is teaming up with the Peninsula Regional Animal Shelter for the “Share the Love” event. Now through January 2, Subaru Corporation and Casey Auto Group will make a donation to the shelter for every sale or lease of a Subaru from Casey Subaru. Last year the campaign raised over $18,000 for the shelter. The money was used for specialized medical treatments (e.g., heart worms) for the shelter’s homeless pets.
During the two months of the “Share the Love” event the Casey Subaru also plans on hosting an on-site adoption event, “Stuff the Subaru” and an Animal Angel Tree to benefit the Peninsula Regional Animal Shelter. All upcoming dates can be found on the shelter’s website and Facebook page.
With a mission to rehome, reunite and reeducate, the Peninsula Regional Animal Shelter is a collaborative venture supported by four separate Hampton Roads communities: Newport News, Hampton, Poquoson, and York County. This 30,000 square foot state-of-the-art facility is managed and operated by the city of Newport News on behalf of the four jurisdictions. An "open admission" shelter, PRAS contains a full-service veterinary clinic for the shelter animals and has capacity for approximately 100 dogs and 180 cats, as well as pocket pets and other small companion animals. The shelter's primary responsibilities include holding stray animals until they can be reunited with their owners, rehoming owner-surrendered pets, and facilitating pet adoptions.