For feel good shopping stop by the Salty Paws Thrift Store. The Second hand shop located at Monkey Junction has dedicated all of their proceeds to helping animals in need. Since founded the cause has been able to help countless animals and has also aided in rescuing animals in situations of abuse and/or neglect.
In addition Salty Paws Thrift Store has provided food, crates, bedding, and other necessities for local animals. Not only will you find a huge selection of incredibly priced finds but you will feel good about your purchase helping animals who can’t help themselves. Browse their huge selection of amazingly priced antiques, unique items, including home decor, kitchen items, glassware, nautical items, furniture, crafts, gifts, collectibles, animal supplies, art, books, CD's, DVD's, seasonal items, and more.
Right now Salty Paws has tons of fun Fall and Halloween décor at unbeatable prices. Salty Paws Thrift Shop is located at 5202 Carolina Beach Road in the Austin Commons Shopping Center, Wilmington and can be reached by calling (910) 350-3385. They are open Monday thru Friday 9am until 5pm. For more information you can find them online www.saltypawsthriftstore.com or follow them on Facebook and twitter!
Be sure to mark your calendar for the 9th Annual Salty Paws Festival held each October to be held at the Carolina Beach Lake, donations from the event benefit area animal rescues. A large silent auction will be held for many wonderful prizes.
On-site, life time micro-chipping and a “Paw-Parazzi” photo shoot. Most importantly there will be over 30 rescue groups with wonderful animals for adoption. Please come out and join us, bring your pets and have some fun. For more details, go to www.savinganimalsduringanimals.org and click on news and events.
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