Critter Adoption

A local business opened its doors Sunday, but not to make money.

Mojo's Backyard is a doggy day care, but Sunday owners opened their doors to seven local canine rescue groups.

The goal is to get the cute and cuddly dogs a permanent home. Information booths were set up to help shoppers get all the information they may need before making an adoption.

Jennifer Chapman, a store manager, says, "A lot of people don't know necessarily what kind of dog they're interested in; they just sort of fall in love with a dog when they see it. This way they can come to one place and see all different kinds of dogs and learn about the different groups in the community."

Mojo's is taking 25 percent of their retail sales and 50 percent of their t-shirt sales from the day and donating it to the rescue groups.