Hopkinsville Brewing Company partnered with Max’s Hope Pet Rescue Friday to host an event at the local brewery to help Max’s Hope in their goal of getting pets adopted and obtaining donations for its shelter.

HBC and Max’s Hope hosted the Pints for Pets event Friday for a three hour span from 5 to 8 p.m. asking patrons to apply to adopt a few of their pets or consider donating to the nonprofit organization.

Max’s Hope volunteer Laura Martin set up several kennels inside the local brewery, showcasing three cats and three dogs that the shelter has up for adoption, allowing patrons to meet the rescued animals, pet them and even walk them around the brewery with leashes.

HBC and Max’s Hope partnered together to host the event as the Max’s Hope shelter is currently at full capacity and is in desperate need of having its pets adopted or fostered.

At the event, patrons could submit applications to potentially adopt a pet or speak with Martin to learn how they could support Max’s Hope without having to directly adopt a pet with things such as monetary donations, dog or cat food donations, kitty litter donations or by simply volunteering their time at the shelter helping employees and other volunteers.

For more information regarding the shelter and what you can do to help, you can call Max’s Hope at 270-962-7089, email them at maxshopepr@gmail.com or visit its website at www.maxshope.com/.

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