The Dossier, with Lena Evans
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On Aug. 16, the San Diego Humane Society and SPCA held Fur Ball Masquerade fundraiser No. 196, which in human years works out to 28. The society has been holding the black-tie event since 1985, raising support for programs that benefit its nearly 2,200 animals. Guests and their humans dined and danced under starry skies at the society's Gaines Street facility and yielded the images below; donations for this year so far total nearly $600,000. The San Diego Humane Society and SPCA was organized on March 10, 1880 and is the oldest and largest humane society in San Diego County.
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