January 20th is known as 'Blue Monday' (aka the gloomiest day of the year) so to lift the mood of Toronto shoppers, Cadillac Fairview launched charitable puppy pop-ups across various CF office towers in downtown Toronto. The event was inspired by the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) use of therapeutic animal interactions to combat mental health and Cadillac Fairview pledged to donated $10,000 to CAMH’s renowned Pet Therapy Program.
The charitable puppy pop-ups will take place at four pop-up dog parks including Cadillac Fairview Tower, the RBC Centre, the TD Centre, and Simcoe Place and will feature the appearance of canine celebrities Elvis Pawsley and Horton McSnorton. Torontonians can attend for free to get some furry, four-legged therapy.
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