Warm & Definitely Fuzzy!

Are you looking for a fun way to celebrate the Easter holiday? Well, I stumbled across something pretty unique. Pet parents get ready! Our local PetSmart is hosting an 'Easter Photo Day'!

This is 'puurfect' for people like me, who treat their furry friends like their children.

It's a Photo Shoot!

On Saturday April 9th (this weekend) between noon and 3pm, you an take your pet to the Bismarck store for a photo with the Easter Bunny. Not only that, but they will also be doing a show-n-tell of their small animals.

Just walk into the store with your furry pal and get ready to take home the ultimate holiday keepsake. I spoke to a store associate, who says the event is free to the public.

Who knows?

Your pet might even make a friend out at the event. I always look for ways to socialize my pet, but it can be difficult to find those opportunities. Also, I have a cat... there aren't any 'Cat Parks' that I'm aware of, and dog parks can be a bit of a safety risk.

Since we're on the subject, I'll go ahead and formally announce my campaign for such a place. People of Bismarck hear me.... let's create a cat-friendly club or hangout spot. Cat owners unite!

More Info:

The event was announced through the national PetSmart Facebook page, and just to be sure, I called our local store. It is, indeed, a-go! You do need to make an appointment before the day of the event, so make sure you 'hop' on over to their website and get signed up.



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