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CELEBRATING OUR 40TH YEAR
JOIN US CELEBRATE THIS “SPECIAL” YEAR AT
VSAP’S ANNUAL MEETING
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 25TH FROM 2:00 PM TO 4:00 PM
LOCATED AT: MAYFIELD REGIONAL LIBRARY
500 SOM CENTER ROAD
HELP US CELEBRATE ROSIE’S 17TH BIRTHDAY
LOCATION: THE PURR-FECT PLACE
715 BROADWAY AVENUE
FROM 11:00 AM TO 4:30 PM
THE DAY WILL BE FUN. THERE WILL BE SPECIAL DISCOUNTS AND RAFFLES. ROSIE WILL BE EXCITED TO SEE ALL OF YOU.
*** MALLEY’S CHOCOLATE CANDY BARS WILL BE ON SALE THAT DAY TOO!!
MILK CHOCOLATE W/ALMOND, CRUNCH, PRETZEL, AND DARK CHOCOLATE W/PRETZELS.
A BIG “THANK YOU” to everyone who contributed to
Valley Save-a-Pet’s Art 4 Paws Auction
A BIG “THANK YOU” FOR EVERYONE WHO PURCHASED AND DONATED AT OUR GARAGE SALE. IT WAS A GREAT SUCCESS AND THE ANIMALS “THANK YOU” TOO.
AUGUST HAVE A HEART SPAY PROGRAM
Valley Save-A-Pet in cooperation with local veterinarians has been providing low cost spay/neuter services to owners in financial need for more than 30 years through their Have A Heart program. In that time an estimated 30,000 animals have been sterilized helping to greatly reduce the overpopulation problem.
Continuing this tradition and in celebration it’s 40th anniversary Valley Save-A-Pet is offering free spays for up to 40 female cats and 40 female dogs beginning Monday, August 1, 2016. To qualify, the dog or cat must be 1 year of age or under. Only one free cat or dog spay will be done per owner. If additional animals need to be sterilized, they can be done at the program’s regular low cost. Owners are responsible for the cost of any vaccinations or tests. To schedule a dog or cat owners should call 440-232-9124 on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday or Friday between the hours of 11:00 am and 2:00 pm. A volunteer will be happy to provide additional information and complete a spay certificate.
A Special Year, a Brand-New Look!
In celebration of our 40th anniversary, Valley Save-a-Pet is pleased to share our updated logo with you. Its classic simplicity reaffirms our commitment to the vision and core values of our founders, even as we look to the future of the organization.
Founded in the Chagrin Valley in 1976, VSAP was a pioneer in the No-Kill movement. Today, through our programs of fostering and Adoption; Have a Heart Spay/Neuter; Animal Rescue and Rehabilitation; Emergency Veterinary Assistance; and Trap Neuter Return, we continue to better the lives of countless animals in need every year.
We are honored to have this opportunity to say thank you to our Supporters, Members, Volunteers, Veterinarians, and Partners in Mission. It is because of you that we are able to continue our good works.
Yesterday, today, and always, their lives are in our hands. As we journey forward together, we are grateful to you for being a Very Special Animal Person, and for your continuing support.
With heartfelt appreciation,
Melody McClurg, President