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August 30, 2010

Something Positive to do on a Very Somber Day

That would be Sept. 11. But this promises to be a terrific event: a Midtown Cats' Block Pawty. They need volunteers

Contact midtowncats@hotmail.com

Where: Midtown PetSmart, 3101 North Miami Ave. "PetSmart nationally promotes their rescue partners and we usually find lots of homes for our cats during the campaign.  Our particular PetSmart and The Shops at Midtown are showing LOTS of faith in us - we've gotten permission to use the parking garage to host a huge affair!  It is a wonderful opportunity for us.

"We have much planned for our BLOCK PAWTY…food, music, contests, animal demos, pet photos, a puppy pool, kitty pen, etc.  This means we need tons of volunteers to pull this off.  Failure is not an option!  We need  confirmation of how many people will be available, even if just for an hour or two, to help that day.  If you can assist on Sat., Sept. 11, any time between 10 a.m. - 6 p.m., please contact ASAP.

"We have two goals for the event - getting as many pets adopted as possible and raising money to help even more.  Are you guys ready to make a difference and change lives?  Not simply for homeless pets but also for the families who adopt them and the community we live in.  Animal rescue is a challenge, but it can also be a fun and rewarding experience.  We're building something here and want you to be part of it.  I hope you will join us on Sept. 11th  and urge your friends, families and coworkers to participate.  Together we can accomplish much!''

P.S. Don't forget we are a 501(c)3 - you can get community service hours or school credit by volunteering with us.''

 

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