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Park Cities Pet Sitter’s “Stuff-this-SUV” Event Generates $2500 in Pet Supplies and Donations for Its Presents 4 Pets Charities
Date:9/26/2013

r all of their animals until they find a loving home; promote responsible pet ownership; provide on-going adoption support services to ensure a lifetime commitment from pet owners; eliminate animal cruelty through education; help to reduce animal over-population by providing services such as low-cost spay-neuter; foster a respect for all life. To learn more about them, visit their website at http://www.dognkittycity.org.

About Big Fix for Big D: The Big Fix for Big D initiative is a multi-year effort of four community partners to spay or neuter tens of thousands of pets in Dallas to significantly diminish numbers of unwanted litters, with the ultimate goal of reducing euthanasia at Dallas Animal Services and Adoption Center. Through the Big Fix for Big D initiative, the City of Dallas Animal Services and Adoption Center (DAS), Spay Neuter Network (formerly Kaufman County Animal Awareness Project, KCAAP), Metroplex Animal Coalition (MAC) and the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals of Texas (SPCA of Texas), will offer free spay/neuter surgeries, vaccinations and registrations. The Big Fix for Big D initiative is funded by The Companion Animal Funders Coalition; which includes The Dallas Foundation, The Meadows Foundation, PetSmart Charities®, The Rees-Jones Foundation, The Summerlee Foundation and The George and Fay Young Foundation. In-kind support is also being provided by The Marketing Arm and the City of Dallas. For more information, visit http://www.BigFixforBigD.com.

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