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Ghouls for Drools Spooktacular Event, October 7 at MADE., Riverside, Benefits Foster Army Animal Rescue’s Medical Fund

RIVERSIDE, CA, September 22, 2017 – Foster Army Animal Rescue (FAAR) of Riverside and MADE., a retail shop selling handcrafted items, have teamed up to present Ghouls for Drools, a spooktacular event on Saturday, October 7, to benefit FAAR’s medical fund. The event will be held 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at MADE., 6520 Magnolia Ave., Riverside.

Ghouls for Drools will feature Pet Pictures with Frankenstein by Dos Velas Images, well-known pet photographers in the Riverside-Corona-Moreno Valley area. Pet owners are encouraged to come with their pets, and themselves, dressed in costume. The cost is $45 for three digital prints.

Other activities include autumn-themed raffle baskets, a bake sale of homemade sweet treats, and a Best Pet Costume contest for which participants will take photos of their pets at the event and post them on FAAR’s Facebook page. Winners will be determined by the photos receiving the most likes by 4:00 p.m. on October 8.

Ten percent of MADE.’s proceeds from sales during the event and 100 percent of raffle and bake sale proceeds will benefit FAAR’s medical fund which pays for life-saving treatments for companion animals that FAAR rescues.

MADE., a unique shop established in 2015, sells custom-handcrafted furniture, handmade uncommon home décor and wares, apparel, jewelry, and other items, all created by local artisans. For more about MADE. visit

Dos Velas Images donates their time and talent to many animal control shelters and rescue organizations in the Inland Empire in an effort to help homeless animals get adopted. For more information on their photography and artwork, visit

Foster Army Animal Rescue is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation that rescues from animal control facilities treatable companion animals at risk of euthanasia. These animals include the ill and injured, kittens and puppies under eight weeks of age, seniors, and others often overlooked by adopters.  They are placed in foster homes and provided with all medical and behavioral treatments they need and are vaccinated, microchipped, and spayed/neutered before becoming available for adoption.

For more information about Foster Army Animal Rescue, visit, send email to, or call FAAR’s Pet Rescue Thrift Store Tues. – Sun., 10 a.m. – 5 p.m., at 951-222-2104.