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‘Yappy Hour’ dog-friendly event at Craft Beer Week event raises money for … cats?

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Aubrey Perichak, left, of North Huntingdon, orders a pilsner from guest bartender Carol Vallo with Wayward Whiskers Animal Rescue during “yappy hour” on Thursday, Sept. 26, 2019 at Petagogy in Hempfield as part of Greensburg Craft Beer Week. The beer was provided by Sobel’s Obscure Brewery in Jeannette. Tips provided on Thursday night helped Wayward Whiskers with fostering cats for adoption.
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Melissa Bonifazi with Wayward Whiskers holds Jessie, a foster kitten who’s looking for a new home, for some socializing during “yappy hour” on Thursday at Petagogy in Hempfield as part of Greensburg Craft Beer Week.
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Dog owners Jodi Morley, left, of Greensburg, holds her pet, Henry, a 3 year-old Chiweenie, while he greets Ember, a 4-month-old Labrador mix, held by Aric Gresko of Greensburg, during “yappy hour” on Thursday, Sept. 26, 2019 at Petagogy in Hempfield as part of Greensburg Craft Beer Week.

A dog-friendly “Yappy Hour” was held Thursday at Petagogy in Hempfield as part of Greensburg Craft Beer Week, which runs through Sept. 28. The nine-day, multi-venue event showcases breweries, restaurants, local businesses and more through craft beer-centric events and community involvement throughout the Greensburg area. Thursday’s event featured beverages from Sobel’s Obscure Brewery and guest bartenders from Wayward Whiskers Cat Rescue, also based in Greensburg.

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