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Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Home Van Pet Care Project News - April/May 2015

From Elizabeth Howard, coordinator


Our Mission:  To provide food for pets of homeless persons in our community; offer education on pet care and spay/neuter; assist with access to veterinary care; foster respect for animals and the animal/human bond.


Our FaceBook Page is up and running. Take a look and Like us.
           
Thanks to Citizens CoOp for April donations in their Be The Change jar and thanks to all who donated while shopping there.

Bear is now up to date on his
vaccinations and his flea allergies
are being managed, thanks to the
help of generous veterinarians.
We’re working hard to have all the pets vaccinated, and spayed and neutered. Dignity Village is a challenge where we are making a real difference with help from local veterinarians and other volunteers.

Ginger, Ginger 2, Marty and Bella and their people moved to inside housing recently. We miss them, but they can still pick up pet food downtown and we will be sure to keep in touch.   

Our wish list includes tarps, water bowls, food bowls, canvas bowls that can be easily carried, collars, leashes, and tie-out or running lines. We sometimes like certain brands or types, so give us a call. 
Marty is one of the several dogs that
have found new housing.  We miss him
already!

Pet food donations are always welcome. We use primarily Purina types with Friskies Seafood Sensation being a long-time favorite of the cats and the green bag Purina for dogs.  You can always call us for more information.

We can certainly use financial donations.  And Don’t Forget:  We are saving our money and looking for a small pickup truck that we can use for our Project to pick up and deliver donations.

Pepper would love more shade and
more room to run! Please consider
donating tarps and a running
line for this sweet puppy!
Financial donations can be made by check payable to Home Van Pet Care Project, Inc., and mailed c/o Elizabeth Howard, P.O. Box 14305, Gainesville FL 32604; or by PayPal at our blog, http://homevanpetcareproject.blogspot.com. Pet food and other items can be dropped off at , 3429 W. University Avenue in Gainesville, 352-224-5192.  For more information or to volunteer, call 352-473-9423.

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