Rock 2 Adopt is back for 2021 and it's bigger and better this year than ever.

Rock 2 Adopt is a great way of raising money for the Popcorn Park Zoo. The purpose of the event is to help get pets in homes and to raise money to support their care until they find forever homes.

Rock 2 Adopt is located at the Popcorn Park Zoo, 1 Humane Way in Forked River. There are so many pets that need homes. the Popcorn Park Zoo offers a great place for these pets to live and a wonderful staff but, pets need a loving family.

During Rock 2 Adopt, adoption costs for dogs are reduced to 25% and cats will only be $25. All pets that you adopt from the Popcorn Park Zoo are spayed or neutered. Shots are given at the appropriate age and of course, micro-chipped. The cool thing about this event, anyone that who places an application on a dog, cat, or any pet up for adoption will get one FREE wristband to attend this really cool fundraiser.

So many bands perform at Rock 2 Adopt and donate their time, click here for the schedule of bands and what time the bands are playing. Wristbands are $20 per adult and children 2- 13 are $10. Children under 2 are FREE. Family 4-packs are available for $40. The wristband gets you in on both days SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11th, and SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 12thAll money raised benefits the Popcorn Park Zoo.

The Popcorn Park Zoo asks...***We ask that no outside pets attend Rock 2 Adopt due to shelter dogs interacting with people in an attempt to find them forever homes.

**Masks are mandated this year.

For more information on this awesome fundraiser, CLICK HERE. Personally, I've been to some of these in the last several years and it's amazing. "Thank you" to everyone that helps the animals out and to the Popcorn Park Zoo for caring and loving these rescues like they are your own.

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