Pups from a Rescued Pets Movement event February 2019.
The scene at Chefs For Paws 2018 (Photo by Michelle Marlette)
Jonathan's The Rub Thai red curry on the ready for RPM's Chefs For Paws. (Photo by Michelle Marlette)
Sweet Bribery's Southern Grasshopper: a creme brownie, mint chocolate chip ice cream, hot fudge, and Andes mints to garnish.
Pasta by BOH Pasa & Pizza's Ben McPherson, soon to open at Bravery Chef Hall, even sooner to be served at Chefs for Paws. (Photo by Victoria Ma)
Family-style dinner from Chefs For Paws 2018 (Photo by Michelle Marlette)
Inside RPM's facilities.
A volunteer poses with two canines from a RPM rescue event.
We would die 4 Apollonia, a RPM success story.
RPM rescues cats as well! Pictured: a dog and a cat living together. Not pictured: mass hysteria.
What if you could treat yourself to a decadent multi-course dinner with wine and spirits from some of Houston’s most talented chefs, knowing that the proceeds would save the life of a homeless pet?
Rescued Pets Movement (RPM) is doing just that by hosting the popular Chefs for Paws progressive dinner with dishes from the likes of Ben McPherson (BOH Pasta), Kevin Naderi (Roost), Sharon Gofreed Leonard (Sweet Bribery) and Jonathan Levine, who hosts the event at his Memorial restaurant, Jonathan’s the Rub.
The big dinner takes place next Sunday, March 24, at 5 pm.
RPM is Houston’s largest volunteer rescue partner, providing a second chance for more than 30,000 homeless dogs and cats through rehabilitation and transport to forever homes in communities throughout the United States and Canada with a demand for adoptable pets.
On average, 150 animals are temporarily fostered in volunteer’s Houston area homes, then transported weekly from RPM to carefully vetted rescue partners in northern states.
Want to help? Simply reserve a seat for $150 per person at chefsforpaws.org. All the proceeds from your meal will give a forgotten pet a second chance at a forever home.