Louisville Metro Animal Services is proud to participate in this year’s ASPCA (The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) Rachael Ray $100K Challenge. The contest, in its third year, aims to save the lives of shelter animals by inviting shelters across the country to step up their efforts.
“We are pumped to be a part of this challenge,” said Justin Scally, director of Louisville Metro Animal Services. “After passing an initial application and interview process, we are ready for our community to show its love and pride in the animals.”
The winner is determined by internet voting. Just go to www.votetosavelives.org and select Metro Animal Services. The voting takes place from noon Thursday, April 5 thru Monday, April 16, 2012. You can vote once per day per email address. Help spread the word to your friends, family and co-workers!
In 2010, competing shelters increased lives saved by 7,362 in just three months and last year’s contestants increased lives saved by an astonishing 8,977 more cats and dogs. Metro Animal Services is looking forward to becoming part of this year’s success.
For more information: http://www.louisvilleky.gov/AnimalServices/.
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