We are so excited for the upcoming spay & neuter clinics that Pet Project Rescue will be participating in this October and November! The first clinic is on Spay Day, October 16th for both dogs and cats with MN SNAP at Mpls Animal Control! Then PPR volunteers are heading back to Cancun to help our partner rescues with the largest spay/neuter clinic to date, put on by CANDi, Coco's Cat Rescue, and Isla Animals. 950 animals will be spayed and neutered in just 5 days!!! And THEN on November 20th PPR will be sponsoring a clinic for feral/free roaming cats in North and NE Mpls! Follow us on Facebook (www.facebook.com/petprojectrescue) for updates and info on how to sign up for the clinics!!
Pet Project Rescue's latest newsletter is now available here, on our site. Check it out here:
Help us find homes for otherwise overlooked, black dogs and cats! Check out our Facebook album dedicated to these wonderful animals all looking for their fur-ever homes.
Check out Pet Project Rescue in the Mill District News: http://millcitytimes.com/news/minneapolis-veterinary-hospital-hosts-fundraiser-for-pet-pro.html
Read about Pet Project Rescue upcoming spay and neuter clinic in NE Minneapolis! http://www.tcdailyplanet.net/news/2010/12/06/pets-strays-and-what-do
The Second week of clinics, held in San Cosme, Mexico, is complete. We'll update with further detail in our next newsletter, but here's a slideshow to give you a glimpse of this collaborative effort:
Week one of Cancun clinics is in the books; check out our Video page for video of the amazing work being done there. We also have great photos courtesy of r.buckley photography, here is the first batch:
Over the Summer Pet Project Rescue has taken in many animals with major health issues and we are asking for your support to help us help them! Lukas (dog) came to us with terrible malnutrition, his vet bills are already nearing $1000. Sam (dog) came to us with a broken leg, he needs a number of Xrays and potentially surgery that is $1500. Gerty (cat) came to us as a senior and so skinny. She needs tests to determine if she has bigger health issues and if she will need medication; her vet work will be about $500. Any donation, big or small, in the name of any of the above animals will be used just for this animal and is so appreciated!
Check out Pet Project Rescue in the Pioneer Press, with our rescue alumni, Charlie!!
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