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Pet Pals TV: Purses for Paws Bingo Night benefits IndyHumane

Pet Pals TV: Purses for Paws Bingo Night benefits IndyHumane

News 8 Daybreak at 9

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Patty Spitler with Pet Pals TV stopped by the Daybreak studios on Saturday with a few surprises.

Theresa Mascari and Bonnie Gallivan with IndyHumane, joined Patty to talk about an upcoming Bingo event that features designer purses. Plus the event benefits IndyHumane.

The event is called Purses for Paws Bingo Night and it is Tuesday from 5:30 p.m. until 9:30 p.m. at Primo South. That’s at 2615 National Avenue.

Gallivan also brought along Escobar, a 7-year-old rescue who is now available for adoption.

“This is why we do the Purses for Paws, we serve at IndyHumane 10,000 animals a year,” said Gallivan. “Either through adoption, low-cost vaccine clinic, or low-cost spay and neuter.”

Gallivan also showed some photos of other dogs that are currently up for adoption.

Click the video to learn more.

Be sure to catch Pet Pals TV every Saturday right here on WISH-TV at 10:30 a.m.


The Film Yap reviews The Call of the Wild and others in theaters this weekend

Adventure awaits in Harrison Ford’s newest movie. Here to break down what’s in theaters t his weekend is The Film Yap’s Christopher Lloyd.

The Call of the Wild — Harrison Ford and a CGI dog star in this loose adaptation of the classic Jack London novel about family-friendly adventures in the frozen hinterlands. Harrison’s already planning to kill off this character in the sequel.
The Assistant — This #MeToo parable examines the life of a young woman (Julia Garner) who is the assistant to an abusive executive. Think “The Devil Wears Prada” in a corporate setting.
The Lodge — Riley Keough stars as a woman looking after her fiance’s children at a snowed-in cabin when things turn horrorish.
Olympic Dreams — At the Winter Olympics, a cross-country skier (Alexi Pappas) starts to fall for a volunteer dentist (Nick Kroll) in this offbeat romcom.
Brahms: The Boy II — This horror sequel stars Katie Holmes as a mother whose family moves into the local murder mansion where dolls come alive. Seriously, you’d think real estate agents would check the disclosure documents more carefully.

Video: Jojo Rabbit — A German lad fantasizes about having Adolf Hitler as his imaginary friend in this oddball but surprisingly heartfelt dramedy. Buy It.

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