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3rd Annual Arts, Barks and Purrs

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Come out Saturday June 21, 2014 to the Cobb County Animal Control Shelter for their 3rd annual Arts, Barks, and Purrs fundraiser. There will be crafts made by local artist for sale.

Location: 1060 Al Bishop Drive, Marietta. 770 499 4136. 10 am - 3 pm. Free admission. Bring cat or dog food donations for the community, unopened and unexpired please.

Ask questions, get involved, find out more on how you can help them save more animals. Meet the hard working working staff and volunteers whom dedicate themselves to keeping our local strays and homeless pets safe until they find their new homes or meet their final destination, may they R.I.P..

Do you like community feral cats? Would you like to help these cats escape a certain death sentence? Trapped feral cats are dumped and killed at Cobb County animal control yet communities across the country are successfully implementing TNR, trap, neuter, release. TNR includes a rabies vaccination and a ear tip to help identify cats that have been fixed and vaccinated from those that have not. What a better place to discuss how your community can help animal control implement TNR. This will require a change in local ordinance. With your help all things are possible.

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