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Thu June 26, 2014
HSPPR has Daily Summer Specials in Honor of the Rachael Ray Challenge
We’re up to the challenge! Are you? Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region (HSPPR) has been named one of only 50 shelters in the country to compete in the life-saving 2014 ASPCA® Rachael Ray Challenge, which runs from June through August of 2014. To help save more lives, we will be having daily sales through the end of the contest:
$30 off every dog!
2 Fur Tuesdays*
Adopt 1 pet, get 1 free! May share with friend; lesser priced adoption fee waived.
“Stay” Late Wednesdays
Extended shelter hours; adoptions stop at 8:00 p.m.
Humans 55 and up receive $55 off; pets 5 and older are $55 off.
Feline Free Fur All Fridays
Free cat adoptions!
*Excludes variably priced dogs.
Stay tuned to our Facebook page for more adoption events, contests and more!
The Rachael Ray $100K Challenge is a contest in which 50 shelters across the country compete to break their own records saving the lives of animals. Working to save more lives can help us earn anywhere from $5,000 to $100,000 in grant money from the ASPCA so we can continue our important mission – a compassionate society where animals are cared for and valued.
In order to compete, HSPPR was chosen from among hundreds of shelters in the country that applied. Throughout the months of June, July and August 2014, each competing shelter must save more dogs, cats, puppies and kittens than they did during the same three months in 2013. Our goal is to save 3,954 lives this summer!
Other shelters in our division include: Kansas City Pet Project, Arizona Humane Society, Central California SPCA, San Antonio Animal Care Services and Baltimore Animal Rescue and Care Shelter.
Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region is the largest nonprofit animal shelter in southern Colorado. Serving 25,000 animals a year, HSPPR provides adoption options, animal cruelty investigations, subsidized spays/neuters, a Trap-Neuter-Return program for feral cats, and other important services. HSPPR is a local, independent nonprofit that relies on donations from individuals and foundations to fund its many humane programs. For more information, visit www.hsppr.org.