Multiple Breed Rescue Finds “FURever Homes” Through Cleveland Pride

Multiple Breed Rescue Finds “FURever Homes” Through Cleveland Pride

Cleveland Pride 2017 is proud to welcome Multiple Breed Rescue (MBR) to the festival this year! This incredible organization was founded in 2006 with the belief that “all dogs, regardless of breed, health or age should be loved and cared for”. MBR takes dogs from high-kill shelters and finds them foster homes until they can be placed in their “FURever home”. Since their founding, they have rescued over 1,870 dogs and 200 other animals in need.

Lauren Jacenty of MBR explained the partnership, “A few years ago, I had the pleasure of meeting Todd Saporito when his daughter adopted a dog from us. We got to talking about Cleveland Pride and I felt it would be a wonderful opportunity for MBR to show their support to the LGBTQ community.” When Jacenty asked for volunteers for Cleveland Pride, she was overwhelmed by the support and excitement from her team who too wanted to get involved.

On June 24th, join MBR and Cleveland Pride as “United We Stand OUT” in support of animal rights! Take a look at some of the adorable pups who will be available for adoption and consider bringing home what could be the best Cleveland Pride souvenir. “People think rescue is all about saving animals, but so often, it’s about helping people find love,” Jacenty said.

For more information about Multiple Breed Rescue, visit www.mbrohio.com.