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Paws for a Cause, NJ

kathryn
January 3rd, 2009, 03:59 PM
Hi everyone! I've been a bit busy lately but I'm still around :rolleyes: Anyways I am working on this event and was wondering if anyone would be interested in attending. There will literally be people coming from all over the country. National Geographic will be there doing a documentary with Rescue Ink and all the major news stations and newspapers around here will be there!! It's going to be a really huge deal.

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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 28, 2009
6:30PM-8:30PM


JOIN US FOR THE VIDEO JOURNEY OF THE ENTIRE RESCUE OPERATION. THE JOURNEY BEGINS IN THE HIGH KILL SHELTERS WHERE THE DOGS HAVE BEEN SAVED AND ENDS WITH THE FREEDOM TRAIN AND ARRIVAL TO OUR SCHOOL. IF YOU ARE AN ANIMAL LOVER YOU WILL NOT WANT TO MISS THIS EVENT. ST. JOE’S “PAWS FOR A CAUSE” IS THE ONLY EVENT OF ITS KIND IN THIS AREA.
VENDORS WILL BE ON HAND AND RESCUE ORGANIZATIONS WILL HAVE BOOTHS SET UP WITH ANIMAL LOVER’S INFORMATION.
WE CAN’T SAVE THEM ALL, BUT WE CAN SURELY MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN THE LIVES OF THOSE WE DO!!!
FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT KAREN LASASSO, PTA PRESIDENT AT 609-567-1424
MANY SAVED DOGS AND PUPPIES WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION AT EVENT
LOCATION-ST. JOE’S ELEMENTARY GYMNASIUM






According to statistical reports, 8-10 million dogs and cats enter shelters across our country, annually. Three to Four million of those animals never make it out alive, due to overpopulation. Out of the 3-4 million that die in shelters, one million are euthanized through gas chambers and cardiac heart sticks without sedation
St. Joseph Elementary of Hammonton sponsors Paws for a Cause, a major rescue operation to save as many lives as they can from the horrible fates of such cruel and inhumane euthanasia procedures. All monetary donations can be sent to St. Joe’s Elementary School 133 North Third Street, Hammonton, NJ 08037 Attn: Paws for a Cause. The monetary drive and supply drive starts on December 15, 2008 and runs until January 12, 2009. 100% of all monies raised go right into saving the lives of these animals. For more information call 609-567-1424.
Rescue Wish List:
Dog food, Cat food (both dry and wet), treats, toys, bedding, ear cleanser, shampoo,towels,kitty litter,paper towels,gift cards-pet stores,pet carriers.

Drop Off Locations:

St. Joseph Elementary School,133 North Third Street, Hammonton
Kessler Memorial Hospital,600 S.White Horse Pike, Hammonton
Town of Hammonton, 100 Central Ave, Hammonton
St. Anthony of Padua, Rt 206, Hammonton
Educational Outfitters, 6701 Black Horse Pike, Egg Harbor Twp, NJ (Cardiff Plaza)