Caring for Creatures Live Auction Is Now On Sunday, Dec. 15


cfc-logo-colorQuinnFarmer-logoCaring for Creatures Live Auction
Sunday, December 15 at 3:00pm
Quinn and Farmer Auctions
2109 India Rd.
Charlottesville, VA 22901

Due to inclement weather, the Caring for Creatures Live Auction has been moved to Sunday, Dec. 15.

Quinn and Farmer Auctions of Charlottesville, VA is hosting an art auction to benefit the Caring for Creatures animal sanctuary!cfc4 Whether you are an animal lover or an art lover, there is something for everyone! The Caring for Creatures auction will feature the work of local artists and craftsmen from Charlottesville and its surrounding counties. There will also be a Featured Lot by Peter Max “Heart on Blends.”

Please come for an afternoon of wine, food, music, beautiful art and to support the animals at Caring for Creatures! For more information, go here.

In the event of inclement weather, the auction will take place one week later on Sunday, December 15, same time, same place. Please follow the Caring for Creatures website or Facebook page for details.

The Online Auction For The Animals is currently ongoing.

Visit to view all items and place your bids. A wide selection of unique packages, including an Outer Banks beach house rental, fine jewelry and a Whole Foods Market holiday dinner are up for grabs! There is something for everyone, including your 4-legged friends!

The online auction will end at 5:00pm on December 6, 2013. Winners will be announced at the LIVE Auction For the Animals on December 15, 2013 at Quinn & Farmer Auctions in Charlottesville.

Caring For Creatures kittensCaring For Creatures works to rescue, rehabilitate, and re-home abandoned, neglected, abused, or otherwise homeless dogs and cats.

Mary Birkholz, President and Founder of Caring For Creatures, has a heart for saving animals. With her home on “The Sanctuary,” she cares for the cats and dogs of CFC 24/7. Her passion is to give these animals a loving environment and to find good homes for them with caring families.

They also permanently care for elderly pets and animals with special needs, as well as fund a program to support animals in need of emergency veterinary care.

“At any given time, Caring For Creatures is home to over 200 animals,” says Mary. “Caring For Creatures is one of a handful of organizations on the East Coast that provides ongoing care for cats who have tested positive for Leukemia and FIV.”

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