What happens then is cooing and baby-talking and other kinds of attention that the little guys will get and lap up like juice out of a potted-meat can.
And then—in the best possible outcome, some of them will find their forever Valentines and go home.
On February 13, you’re encouraged to be inspired at the Valentine’s Day Yappy Hour, sponsored by Haute Dogs (see Mark Your Calendars).
Spinning the Game of Life spinner and sharing a life memory with an emotional intensity level that corresponds to the number they spun.
A Tangible Possibility speed dating session begins with a ceremonious confiscation of cell phones, and it ends with participants receiving their “matches” via real, physical mail a few days after the event.
Pets don’t appreciate Valentine’s Day cards unless they’re rabbits, who’d see them as heart-shaped gnawable candy.
What’s unarguable is the benefits they’ll get from the cards when a child puts down heartfelt words on paper for the pets and a ton of them are hung all over the shelter where everyone else can read them.
Leia, a beautiful brindle American Staffie mix, was living in a dumpster when she was found by a good Samaritan.
She was incredibly thin and the shelter staff and volunteers think she’s seen some tough times, but you wouldn't know it!She loves to be petted and gives sweet and gentle kisses.Alaska Ann Arbor, MI Asheville, NC Atlanta, GA Austin, TX Baltimore, MD Beaverton & Beyond, OR Bend, OR Birmingham, AL Boston, MA Boulder, CO Cass Clay Chicago, IL El Paso, TX Gloucester, MA Grass Valley, CA LA South Bay, CA Long Island, NY Los Angeles, CA Louisville, KY Loveland, CO Madison, WI Miami, FL New York City, NY North Minneapolis, MN Northampton, MA Northern Virginia (NOVA) Oahu, HI Oakland, CA Oklahoma City, OK Orlando, FL Philadelphia, PA Piqua, OH Pittsburgh, PA Plano, TX Portland, OR Raleigh, NC Rockport, MA San Antonio, TX San Francisco, CA San Jose, CA Santa Fe, NM Seattle, WA South Bend, IN Tallahassee, FL Twin Cities, MN Washington, DC West Virginia Designed by Oakland artist and author Lea Redmond Tangible Possibility offers a wildly creative and fun way to meet new people.Engage in quirky, whimsical get-to-know-you activities and quickly get a sense of whether someone would be an awesome new romantic partner, friend, or colleague.An attendee of Tangible Possibility is greeted by a friendly, light-hearted structure designed to draw out the true self and reveal a little bit of it to everyone in the room.No one will have to fall back on boring default questions like “what do you do? ” They’ll be too busy engaging in creative tactile experiences such as: Making and sharing their “dream” business cards, aka “life cards”. Throwing paper airplanes that hold their school days memories. Writing “text messages” to each other in icing swirls on cookies.