Posted in PetWork Shelter Donation Drive on January 5, 2011 |
Animal Allies Humane Society (Duluth, Minnesota 55806) wants to end the euthanasia of healthy homeless animals at both Duluth shelters this year. Your donation to Animal Allies can make it happen.
Your support of Animal Allies has already saved many lives. As recently as 2005, the city had to euthanize an appalling seven hundred and eleven cats and dogs, most of them healthy.
Join the Campaign for Zero – Animal Allies Humane Society’s campaign to end the euthanasia of healthy pets at Duluth-area shelters this year.
Your donation will help Animal Allies:
- Find homes for all the healthy cats and dogs at Animal Allies & the City of Duluth shelter
- Ensure the spaying and neutering of 7,000 area pets so that fewer animals enter shelters in the first place.
Animal Allies can accomplish this goal and they can do it this year. But they need your help.
Please consider a donation today.
Campaign for Zero is a partnership between Animal Allies Humane Society, the City of Duluth, Northland Spay/Neuter Clinic PLLC, and maurices.
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Posted in PetWork Events & Contests on January 5, 2011 |
Join Alaqua Animal Refuge (Freeport, Florida 32439) as they Dine for the Dogs on 30A on January 9, January 11, and January 19.
When: Sunday, January 9, 2011 from 10 am to 1 pm
Where: Hibiscus Coffee & Guesthouse, Grayton Beach
Mimosas for Mutts & Meows: Sip some sensational mimosas while enjoying the music of Kelsey Anna. Adoptable pets will be on site.
When: Tuesday, January 11, 2011 from 4 to 9 pm
Where: Marie’s Bistro, Santa Rosa Beach
Marie’s Bistro will donate 20 percent of the evening’s proceeds to the refuge. Dogs are invited for an alfresco dinner! Adoptable pets will be on site.
When: Wednesday, January 19 from 5 to 9 pm
Where: Stinky’s Fish Camp, Santa Rosa Beach
Stinky’s Fish Camp will donate 20 percent of the evenin’gs proceeds from a specially selected menu to the refuge.
For more information, check the events section of the refuge’s Facebook page.
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