HAMILTON COUNTY, Ind. -- Shopping has gone to the dogs, and cats and other animals, in Noblesville.
There’s a new place for you to shop in Hamilton County, but what you purchase in this boutique will benefit local pets, and possibly save their lives.
Trends for Tails is the Humane Society for Hamilton County’s new upscale, donation-based resale boutique, located at 1109 S. 10th Street in Noblesville.
The boutique features new and almost new women's and men's clothing, shoes, accessories, and home decor. The Humane Society for Hamilton County owns and operates the boutique.
All of the net proceeds from shoppers' purchases will benefit the shelter's mission to educate communities, complete families, and save lives.
The Humane Society for Hamilton County is one of the few open-admission, no-kill organizations in the United States that does not euthanize animals for time, space, treatable injuries, illnesses or rehabilitatable behavior issues regardless of age, breed, disability or special needs.
The grand opening of Trends for Tails is on November 11 at 10 a.m. at 1109 South 10th St. in Noblesville. It will feature refreshments, adoptable dogs, and sales and giveaways throughout the day.
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