Citizens for Animal Protection (CAP) located at 17555 Katy Freeway (77094), will end a 3-month campaign of Save More Lives. . . One Tail at a Time and complete the ASPCA Challenge.
Beginning at 11:00 am on Friday, October 28th and continuing through Monday, October 31st CAP will attempt to find homes for more cats and dogs then during the same time period last year. Adoptions fees, sponsored by West Houston Subaru, will be waived for all kittens, cats, and dogs for the four days only. Adoption fees for puppies 3 months and under will be reduced by 50%.
CAP is one of 49 shelters competing nationwide in the 2011 ASPCA $100K Challenge and won the Southwest Region Kick-Off event. The nationwide competition is for animal shelters aiming to get more animals adopted than during the same period last year. Taking place from August 1 to October 31, CAP competed to find homes for more cats and dogs than ever before.
“The ASPCA $100K Challenge is a great motivator for our team and the citizens and businesses of Houston to get involved – to help connect hundreds of the fun, loving cats and dogs in our shelter with the right families,” said Kappy Muenzer, Executive Director of Citizens for Animal Protection. “Working hard together, not only will save hundreds of animals and enrich the lives of new adoptive families, we’ll have a chance at the $100,000 grant which we’ll use to support our new beautiful shelter.”