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FLOWER POWER FUNDRAISING
VSAP will be starting a fundraising program “Flower Power” in the later part of May. This program will help celebrate our “40th year” and also help many animals in need. More info to come. You can also check our FB page.
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
April is Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Month
This nationally recognized celebration was introduced by the ASPCA in 2006, to effect positive change in humane animal treatment nationwide. Valley Save-a-Pet asks everyone to support this initiative.
You or a friend or neighbor may witness animal abuse someday, so be aware. If you see something, say something. Know the phone number for your city’s animal control officer, and be able to provide as much information as possible. Keep current with your state’s anti-cruelty laws. Set a good example in the way you care for your own pets. If you have children, educate them. Raise awareness in others, both in person or online.
During the month of April, use your Facebook page, Twitter or blog to spread the word, and tag the ASPCA in your posts. Valley Save-a-Pet wants to hear about your efforts, and you can mail your ideas and successes to the Purr-fect Place, our resale shop at 715 Broadway in downtown historic Bedford, or email them to email@example.com.
Valley Save-a-Pet longs for a future where people care about prevention of cruelty to animals every day of the year.
Valley Save-A-Pet was established in 1976. Since that time we have worked tirelessly to provide shelter, health care and a future filled with love for the cats and dogs we have rescued.
We operate one of the most extensive spay and neuter programs in Ohio including our ”Trap, Neuter and Return” (TNR) feral cat project. We also provide funds for emergency veterinary care of animals owned by people in financial need.
We are a totally a volunteer organization which depends on your contributions to meet our operating budget. 100% of all donations goes to helping animals.
** Please consider donating so we can continue helping all the animals in need. You can do so by using the Donate button on your right. Any and all donations are greatly appreciated.