Friday, February 5, 2010

2nd Annual Florida Week for Animals February 6-14, 2010 Will Save Lives, Join Communities Together

Record Number of Organizations and Variety of Events mark the kick off!

Feb 05, 2010 – Animal World USA is pleased to announce the 2nd Annual Florida Week for the Animals will kick off Saturday, February 6, 2010 and run through Sunday, February 14, 2010. The statewide celebration is designed to celebrate and recognize the unique and life-changing role that animals play in the lives of citizens through all walks of life. The week will again underscore community spirit throughout Florida as people come together on behalf of the amazing animals.

Beginning on February 6th the 2nd Annual Florida Week for the Animals will be bringing together educators, animal shelters, humane organizations, sanctuaries, businesses, students, artists, community leaders, decision makers and caring citizens in an action-packed compassionate week of community activities for the animals in an unprecedented manner!

This extraordinary week will feature a multitude of awesome fun-filled pet adoption events, events for the farm animals, festivals and blessings of the animals, free and low cost spay/neuter opportunities, microchipping, activities to help the feral cats, unique ways to help the horses, student activities for shelters, library events, free vaccinations, wildlife activities of all kinds, pet food/supply donation opportunities to help local orgs, vegetarian get-togethers, Valentine’s Day events, a salute to the military and so much more!

Precious lives will be saved and communities transformed during this incredible week. The 2nd Annual Florida Week for the Animals will build new relationships for the animals and save precious lives once again in a history-making manner. Visit the official website for complete event information at Call 877-454-0807 and visit

Animal World USA: Inspiring, educating and empowering communities to understand, love and protect the amazing animals of our world.

1 comment:

jerry said...

love to see this discussion! It’s great to see you all working through the issues and also, it’s great to see recommendations for testing. In the end, it’s what your actual users do and prefer that should be your biggest driver in making these decisions.

study abroad