Free Documentary Film Night: FREE PUPPIES!

Join us at the Cottonwood Center for the Arts in the 2nd floor theater for a FREE documentary film screening and casual discussion after if you can stick around.
Refreshments and popcorn are available for a donation to the film society.
If you haven’t been to Cottonwood Center for the Arts, it’s an art gallery and also two stories of over 80 artist workshops!
https://cottonwoodcenterforthearts.com/
More info on the film:
FREE PUPPIES! (2022, 1h 10m)
Although transports have moved dogs from the South for decades, when Hurricane Katrina left more than 250,000 pets stranded, the infrastructure of modern pet transport for a nation-wide dog rescue effort was born. Since then, individual volunteers, transporters, shelters and rescue groups have created a movement to place millions of southern dogs in areas of the country with high demand for adoption but low supply. By following a group of women dog rescuers from Georgia, Alabama, and Tennessee, FREE PUPPIES! reveals the challenges that contribute to the rescue dog crisis in the first place. These women not only save dogs from euthanasia, but also organize affordable and accessible spay and neuter, reform local ordinances, advocate for humane education, and fight urgent and complex challenges facing underserved areas of the rural South.
  • Date : 03/01/2023 - 03/01/2023
  • Time : 07:00 pm - 10:00 pm (America/Denver)
  • Venue : Cottonwood Center for the Arts

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