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Pet lovers looking for a fun evening out while helping those dogs most in need should check out The Puppy Mill Project’s gala, Mothers In The Mill on Saturday, May 7 at Moonlight Studios in Chicago. This fun evening out includes dinner and dessert stations, open bar, music by Chicago band, Out of Control, a graphic recording by The Ink Factory as well as live and silent auctions. Television’s Paul Lisnek will serve as emcee and Theresa Strader, founder of the National Mill Dog Rescue is the honored guest.

It is estimated that each year, 2 million puppies are born in puppy mills. Dogs in puppy mills generally have little human interaction, minimal if any veterinary care and may live their entire lives in a cage. Fortunately, The Puppy Mill Project, based in Chicago, is dedicated to fighting puppy mill cruelty. In fact, it is one of only a few organizations nationwide focused entirely on ending puppy mill cruelty. Their upcoming gala, The Mothers In The Mills, will raise funds to help end puppy mills, provide educational programs and community outreach and to engage in advocacy for change. 

Attendees will also have an opportunity to purchase the organization’s beautiful table-top book, The Chicago Pet ProjectThe book features well-known Chicagoans and their pets such as ABC 7 Traffic Anchor Roz Varon, reality tv star Alison Victoria, the Chicago Blackhawk’s Bryan Bickell, media personality Candace Jordan with her dapper dogs Mickey and Rooney as well as many others.

Tickets to the event and copies of the book may be purchased online at  Tickets are $125 in advance, $150 at the door.

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