Third annual Heights Libraries Pet Show a howling success

The third annual Heights Libraries Pet Show attracted many children and their animal companions. Photo by Kornela Bogdanowicz.

The third annual Heights Libraries Children's Pet Show took place on Thursday, June 20, at the Lee Road Library.  

"The Pet Show is an opportunity for children in the area to show off their pets and all the cool tricks they can do," said Henry Drak, youth services librarian and pet show emcee and organizer. "More importantly, the pet show encourages kids and adults alike to learn about the importance of taking good care of their pets and gives them a chance to share with the community how important their pets are to them. You can tell by how the children treat their pets, and how proud they are to show them off, that these animals are much loved, and are valued members of the their families." 

Each child received a certificate for participating.

Sheryl Banks

Sheryl Banks is the marketing and community relations manager for the Cleveland Heights-University Heights Public Library.

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Volume 6, Issue 7, Posted 9:54 AM, 07.02.2013