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Please Join Us For Our 39th Annual Meeting
Celebrating Senior Pets
Valley Save-A-Pet’s 39th Annual Meeting will be held on Sunday, October 4, 2015, from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM at The Mayfield Regional Library, 500 SOM Center Road, Mayfield Village.
The speaker will be Deborah Workman from Sanctuary for Senior Dogs, who will give an overview of her organization and its work on behalf of canine senior citizens.
Valley Save-a-Pet’s own senior pet, 16-year-old shop cat Rosie, fully endorses this event in support of her canine counterparts. She mews, “We seniors all need to look out for one another.” By the way, please mark your calendar for Rosie’s 16th Birthday Party, on Saturday, October 10th at The Purr-Fect Place, 715 Broadway Avenue, Bedford Hts. (More details to follow).
Please be sure to purchase your raffle tickets at the Annual Meeting. Cash prizes of $200, $150, and $100. You can also purchase tickets at the Purf-fect Place if you cannot attend the annual meeting. The drawing date is November 8, 2015. Winner need not be present. All proceeds are for the care of animals in need.
The business portion of the meeting will include VSAP accomplishments from 2015, a financial update, and a preview of a very special year for us ahead.
“2016 – Valley Save-a-Pet, 40 Years of Caring.”
November is “Adopt a Senior Pet Month”. Learn in advance about the special joys a senior pet can bring. All are welcome. Refreshments, a raffle and surprises await. Hope to see you there!
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.
Buddy aka as “Ivan” was with Valley Save-A-Pet for some time. He was passed up so many times and we could not figure out why. Buddy is a sweet, loving, playful and an all around wonderful cat. Kathy saw him and fell in love with him. She adopted him and in a short time he and Grace were best friends. This picture tells the story. Ivan even watches TV. He loves to play with balls and will kick them back to you. Thank you, Kathy, for loving him and giving him the home he deserves. He is a happy l’il guy living with two labs and another cat, who all get along great.