Dinner benefit a success!

May 26, 2009 at 11:17 am 1 comment

Our “Spay-ghetti” and no balls dinner benefit was a success! Over 100 people came to support ACT’s mission to end pet overpopulation in Tampa Bay. The event brought in over $3500 that will be used toward this goal.

Event features included dinner, a cash bar and a silent auction with items such as wine, gift certificates to local restaurants, beautiful jewelry and gift baskets with pet toys and treats. Angel, the spokespet for ACT’s Angel Fund, was there to warm hearts and tell her story. ACT’s founders, Linda and Frank Hamilton, shared the latest statistics for overpouplation in Tampa Bay, emphasizing that the number of animals going into our local shelters has decreased since ACT started, but we still have a long way to go. Dr. Joanne Wagner, one of ACT’s veterinarians, discussed the mission and high standard of care pets are given at the clinic. The date for the 2009 annual Stride for Strays walkathon was also announced – October 31.

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  • 1. Maimou  |  May 29, 2009 at 9:09 pm

    It was a wonderful evening, very friendly and the location made it feel like an old neighborhood gathering. Hopefully, it can be an annual thing!!

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