Voodoux Tattoux is scheduled to hold its grand opening this Saturday, February 23, 2013.  Proceeds from the day will be donated to Ninna's Road to Rescue, a no kill shelter/pet adoption organization in Benton.

Voodoux Tattoux is a new tattoo studio that features artists Nicole Woods, Brittany McCoy and Bethany Sheffield. You can view all the team's portfolios here.

The opening is scheduled to kick off at 2 p.m. and they will be raffling off a chance to win a portrait (painted, drawn or tattooed) of your pet, one $200 tattoo, one $100 tattoo and one piercing. There will also be artwork available for purchase. Refreshments will be served, and there will be live music.

Ninna's Road to Rescue is a non-profilt, no-kill animal shelter and pet adoption center located in Benton. Their mission is to rescue and re-home dogs, including those dogs in kill-shelters,and a handful of cats; to provide assistance to those pet owners needing to re-home their pet via our Adoption Assistance Program; and to provide responsible pet ownership education.

Ninna Lopez, the Founder and Director of Ninna’s Road to Rescue, has spent the last four and a half years managing the shelter. Together with President, Laura Mitchell, they have rescued and re-homed thousands of animals including senior dogs and puppy mill breeder dogs.

Some rescues came from kill-shelters, and the rest came from pet-owners in need of re-homing their loved pet. Most places, these dogs rarely get adopted and more often are euthanized. Ninna's gives animals a chance to live, to be adopted, to be loved.

Ninna's is located in Benton and appointments are available by phoning (318) 617-8670 or emailing them at roadtorescue@bellsouth.net.

Supply donations are always welcome and can be dropped off at Benton Animal Hospital, 195 Burt Blvd., Benton, or if you know the address to the rescue, you can bring it by anytime between 11-4 p.m. or on Sundays 1-4 p.m.