STUCK BEHIND BARS: Calgary Celebs caged for fundraiser
AARCS’ first annual “Jail and Bail”, locking up Calgary celebs and VIPs in dog kennels, was roaring success
Photos by Kaity Brown
Cree Burley of SleepRover, a Calgary doggie hotel and daycare, with pup JJ were some of the vendors and supporters of the first annual AARCS Jail and Bail.
AARCS currently treats around 300 cats, which are held in foster homes across Calgary.
Hannah (left) and Nina Willey (right) are enjoying some quality time with the cats, purring and snuggling with Calgarians, up for adoption at AARCS first Annual Jail and Bail.
Joyce Kao reached her snuggling quota after bunking with adorable pup Sophia.
Veternarian and animal lover Ariana Lenz spent her bail with Humphrey, passing the time with some snacks.
Jen Daigle (left) and Dagny Jackson (right) are using 'kitten therapy' with this adorable duo.
Left - The Safe Haven shelter facility, based in Calgary, was packed on Sept. 20 not only for the Jail and Bail but also at the cat adoption floor, where kittens and cats could be held and played with.
Center - Katie Ayren, event organizer, was shocked at how many people wanted to participate and get locked up. She says that the support from the community for their first annual Jail and Bail has been overwhelming.
Right - Nero, the burn survivor and hero, made an appearance to AARCS with his new foster family, after he was first admitted to the facility under the care of event organizer Katie Ayres.
Left - Kayla Hendricks and her foster fail Hrudey are sporting their puppy-dog eyes in hopes of speeding up the process in reaching their $2,000 bail.
Center - UFC fighter Nick "The Promise" Ring stood proudly with his comrade Pepper.
Right - Tobey Daniels, a teacher at Rocky View School, was paired with partner-in-crime MAC. Both clearly dressed the part.