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20th Annual Harvest for Hope SEPTEMBER 10 | COASTERRA Emilio Nares Foundation presents this delicious festival to raise funds for the vital support the foundation provides for San Diego families as they navigate their child's journey through cancer. Guests are invited to enjoy bites and sips from 19 local businesses in a celebration of San Diego food, beer, wine, and spirits. The culinary experience will be complemented by performances from accomplished guitarist Fred Benedetti. Attendees are encouraged to wear yellow in honor of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. For 20 years, the Emilio Nares Foundation has traveled more than 1.3 million miles transporting 5,000 kids to their medical appointments through its flagship Ride with Emilio progam. Harvest for Hope raises critical funds to help ensure no child misses a cancer treatment due to lack of transportation. enfhope.org Carlo Cecchetto with Diane and Richard Nares PHOTO COURTESY OF EMILIO NARES FOUNDATION MEOW One-year-old Perrier is a handsome young Domestic Short Hair kitty who is ready to take on the world with a loving best friend by his side. This purrrfect little pal loves pets and is very playful! With some patience and compassion, he'll show you his bubbly personality. Adopt him at SDHS' Escondido Campus. Adoption fee: $65 MEOW Daliah is a 2-year, 4-month-old Domestic Short Hair girl with a Tortoiseshell coat. Daliah is everything you could want in a cat. She doesn't take long to warm up to her humans, and will love curling up with you and purring herself to sleep while you watch TV. Adoption fee: $130 MEOWSquooshy is a 1½-year-old, 6-pound Exotic Short Hair cat with a Red and White Tabby coat. She was at a crowded shelter in Orange County before being transferred to Rancho RCHS through FOCAS. She's a friendly and social cat, but gets a bit nervous when she hears loud noises. Adoption fee: $100 WOOF Alvin is a fun-loving 10-month-old Shepherd-Husky Blend who will ensure your life has no dull days. He loves running around in the yard playing fetch – either with you or by himself! After playtime, he'll march right up to you for pets, cuddles, and love. Adoption fee: $320 WOOF Phee is a 5-year-old, 61-pound Husky Mix. She was transferred to RCHS through Friends of County Animal Shelters (FOCAS). Before that she was staying with a rescue partner in the Imperial Valley. In her kennel, she will roll onto your lap, then roll over onto her back so she can cuddle and have her belly rubbed. Adoption fee: $145 ADOPTABLE PETS HELEN WOODWARD ANIMAL CENTER RANCHO COASTAL HUMANE SOCIETY SAN DIEGO HUMANE SOCIETY WOOF Lupin the 6-year-old Siberian Husky Mix is a handsome boy with an adventurous spirit that makes those around him excited to take on each day! This exuberant pup is incredibly intelligent and eager to learn new tricks (in exchange for tasty treats, of course). Lupin will do best as the only pet in his new home. Meet Lupin at SDHS' Oceanside Campus. Adoption fee: $100 Focus family Adoption fee includes spay/neuter, vaccinations, microchip, a free veterinary exam certificate and a dog license if residing in a city contracted by SDHS. sdhumane.org/adopt Adoption fee includes microchip identification and registration fee. Pets have been spayed or neutered and have up-to-date vaccinations. 858.756.4117, ext. 1, animalcenter.org Adoption fee includes microchip identification. Pets have been spayed or neutered, examined for good health & temperament, and have up-to-date vaccinations. 760.753.6413, sdpets.org ranchandcoast.com 66 SEPTEMBER 2023 RANCH & COAST MAGAZINE

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