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Let'em Live Upstate meeting set for December 5 to discuss no-kill for upstate SC

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Let'em Live Upstate will hold a town meeting on December 5, their Facebook page reported.

The meeting is scheduled for Thursday night at the Davenport, located at 230 Trade Street in Greer. Let'em Live will be discussing their Positive Alternatives to Shelter Surrender (PASS) Program as no-kill advocated promote shelter pets exposure. Successful networking of cats and dogs using social media such as Facebook means fewer animals are euthanized simply because no one wants them.

The goal of this new group is stated on their Facebook page

"We are building the Let'em Live Upstate Resource Center to fill the need for a safety net for pets of Upstate SC. We hope to take on the 10,000 animals that our county shelter is killing each year and give them the chances they deserve."

Animal advocated in the Greenville area are urged to attend and present any new ideas on saving animals in the upstate South Carolina area. Let'em Live is a group that urges community involvement. A collaboration where the ideas made by members of the rescue community on reducing euthanasia statistics is encouraged.

To learn more about or to contact Let'em Live, please visit their website. If you'd like to make a difference and help save the unwanted animals in you community, you're urged to attend their December 5 meeting. Please RSVP here.



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