Spay-tacular, Party for Paws

Fundraising Benefit for Animals


Please Join Us In Thanking Our Sponsors! 

Merck Animal Health
Virbac Animal Health
The Zatina Family Fund 
Center Street Wealth Strategies
Nash Tool & Machine Supply
Midwest Veterinary Supply

Feline Fund
Larry and Carol Halstead

How to Bid


How To Bid

  1. Once the auction is open and you have your Bidder Number, you can login.
  2. Enter your bidder number, phone number or email address and tap GO.
  3. Confirm you are the name listed (a password may be required at this time) then hit "Continue".
  4. Once completely logged in, you can search by auction Item #, keyword, or by category.
  5. To place a bid, tap on the blue "Bid/Info" button. There you can place a Fast Bid, Bid or set a Max Bid, and read details about items.
  6. Tap on MENU > MY ITEMS to view your activity throughout the event.

Some Bidding Tips

  1. Mark your favorites with a heart to find them easier later.
  2. Keep checking back because new items will be added throughout the week.
  3. Check out the Max Bid option - no one else will see how much you're willing to pay, but the system will keep bidding for you until someone outbids your set max bid or you remain the top bidder. 
  4. Rather just buy it outright? There's a Buy it Now (BIN) option for most items. The contribution amount above the fair market value is tax deductible!


  • I forgot my bidder #? Type your phone # or email address in the bidder # box. Tap GO. You also can tap on the "?" for help.
  • How do I remove a bid? Right after you place a bid, you have the option to "undo" on the confirmation banner at the top of the screen. Once this banner goes away, you will need to see an event volunteer that is using the butler to remove it.
  • I already selected "no" or replied "STOP" to the SMS text message alerts, not realizing that I wouldn't receive outbid notices. Can I fix it? Yes! Text "START" to 56651 to begin receiving these once again.
  • How do I place a Max Bid? To place a "max bid", tap on Bid/Info > BID/SET MAX > select the amount you are willing to spend on the item > SET MAX. The system will bid up to that amount for you automatically. You will be notified via text message if you are outbid on this item.
  • Did I win? Once the auction has closed, you can look under MENU/MY ITEMS to view everything that you have won/purchased.
  • Item pictures are scrolling really slow or the page seems frozen. Try refreshing your browser or using Google Chrome as your browser.
  • No solution working? Contact us at If we can't help, we'll get you in touch with someone who can!

Checkout Online From Your Computer or Phone

You can securely checkout online from your phone with a credit card. To only have to checkout one time, wait until all auction items (silent, live, Fund a Need) have closed. Once you have a checkout available, a red "Pay!" button will appear at the top of your bidding screen. Tap on this button to proceed to checkout. If you have not already put a credit card on file, you will need to do so at this time in order to checkout online.

Online Participant Pick Up

Congratulations on your win! Thank you for helping the animals!

Curbside pickup is available to you at our Warren location Tuesday, October 17 from 5 pm to 6:30 pm and Saturday, October 21 from 12 pm to 3 pm. 

All About Animals Rescue: 23451 Pinewood St., Warren MI 48091

Please email with your bidder number, date and round about time you wish to pick up.

*Can’t make those times or you’re much closer to our Auburn Hills, Detroit or Flint location? No problem! Email us and we’ll work with you on a pick up time sometime after October 25, 2023 for alternate locations, or another day for Warren.

All sales are final. Stated item values are donor-estimated values. All About Animals Rescue makes no warranties, implied or otherwise, regarding items. Please note that all items are represented in good faith and to the best of our knowledge.

The Mission

No More Homeless Pets! That's what drives our everyday efforts. 

Overpopulation is real. Covid, along with a national shortage of veterinarians and veterinary technicians, set population control back to a level none of us thought we’d see again. Shelters and rescues are overwhelmed with homeless cats and dogs. Euthanasia in shelters is on the rise while adoptions have significantly slowed. Most shelters and rescues are on "intake hold," meaning there is nowhere for homeless or even stray animals to go. Rising prices are causing people not to be able to afford food or services for their pets. At the same time, people are getting evicted from their home and don't even have a place for their pet to live. Veterinarians, especially affordable veterinary clinics, are over capacity for spay/neuter surgery - scheduling into next year. There are more animals needing rescue than rescue can manage.

Animal welfare is in a crisis.

This is why we remain dedicated to prevention. Spay/neuter is like turning off the water source to a flooding home. How else are you supposed to make repairs unless you stop the flood?

Spay/neuter saves countless animals from being born only to suffer in homelessness or to soon be euthanized as well as having many benefits for the sterilized pet.

All About Animals Rescue passionately serves the public, TNR community cat groups, shelters, rescues and animal control. Your participation in Spay-tacular, Party for Paws, directly helps us continue to help them.

Soon we will sterilize our 400,000th cat and dog in Michigan since forming in 2005. There are so many more we can help with your support.



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