Welcome to WAGala 2020's Online Auction!

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October 2020
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October 2020
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Welcome to WAGala 2020's Online Auction!

You’re Cordially Invited to our WAGala 2020 “UNGala”!

During these uncertain times, WAG Rescue has had a change of plans for our Annual WAGala, our biggest fund raiser of the year.

Instead of our evening of cocktails, dinner and Live and Silent auctions, we have changed our event to a virtual, online auction. Our priority is to keep our supporters safe.

Our “UNgala” will combine the best of our silent and live auctions items on a virtual platform.

This is our first ever "virtual" WAGala event featuring "must have" items for everyone.

Thank you so very much for your participation; it will enable us to continue our work of saving the lives of so many deserving animal companions.

Now start the bidding on those special items!

Also be sure to get your “virtual” tickets to enter a drawing that includes such prizes as a Soft Side Yeti Cooler, a Festive Holiday Gift Basket or a $200 gift card of your choice.

Click on the Raffle Ticket Featured Item link below.



Sponsors

Top Dog Benefactor - $2,500
Hound Dog Hero - $1,500
Canine Champion - $1,000
Special Mention

About Wimberley Adoption Group and Rescue

Founded in 2009, Wimberley Adoption Group & Rescue (WAG Rescue) is an all-volunteer supported, non-profit public charity for dog rescue and adoption. We are located in the beautiful Texas Hill Country, an hour southwest of Austin.

The mission of WAG Rescue is to come to the aid of abandoned, neglected, unclaimed and surrendered dogs and puppies in and around the Wimberley, Texas area and western Hays County.

WAG Rescue takes in any dog or puppy in need regardless of their age or condition. With the addition of the WAG Rescue Refuge & Adoption Center along with a network of foster families, we have rescued and adopted out over 1,400 dogs and puppies since our inception.

Here are a few highlights about WAG Rescue in 2020:

•During this pandemic, shelters have been closed down to the general public. We have been rescuing dogs from these shelters, even those dogs with special medical needs, so they can be under our care.

•From March through mid-July of this year, WAG Rescue re-homed 88 dogs while taking in 54 strays and abandonments from surrounding shelters to help alleviate their overcrowding. (a 60% increase in re-homing and 350% increase in saving shelter dogs from the same period in 2019).

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