South County Animal Rescue hosts first Sweetheart Tea Party

Barbara Pekema holds one of Poppy’s puppies up for adoption during the Sweetheart Tea Party in King City. Below, Estefanie Montiel hugs a 2-month-old puppy; Presley Johnson pets a dog at the event; and Darius Villanueva keeps one of the puppies warm in his jacket. (Photos by Samantha Bengtson and Amy Johnson)

SOUTH COUNTY — A tea party took over the King City Recreation Center as South County Animal Rescue hosted its first Sweetheart Tea and Silent Auction last Saturday in King City.

About five puppies were present during the Feb. 2 event hoping to get adopted. Two of Poppy’s Puppies are in the process of being adopted, and three others are still looking for homes.

A silent auction was also part of the event, which featured authentic British tea and snacks for guests.

Barbara Pekema holds one of Poppy’s puppies up for adoption during the Sweetheart Tea Party in King City. Below, Estefanie Montiel hugs a 2-month-old puppy; Presley Johnson pets a dog at the event; and Darius Villanueva keeps one of the puppies warm in his jacket. (Photos by Samantha Bengtson and Amy Johnson)


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