Saturday, May 17, 2014

Mayor Vincent Gray officially proclaims 6th Annual DC Week for the Animals May 24-June 1, 2014!



(Washington, DC) Animal World USA is pleased to announce that Mayor Vincent Gray has officially proclaimed 6th Annual D.C. Week for the Animals May 24-June 1, 2014. The week will underscore community spirit throughout the Washington, DC Metro area as people come together on behalf of the amazing animals. 

To further add to the excitement, George Washington University Law School will once again host a very exciting Animal Law Night event, featuring a panel of leading attorneys and advocates addressing current issues, that will be transformative to all in attendance. Ft. Myer Caisson Horses and Walter Reed Hospital animal-assisted therapy events will also be spotlighted all during the week!

The D.C. Week for the Animals will be bringing together humane organizations, shelters, sanctuaries, businesses, students, advocates, community leaders, decision makers and caring citizens in an action-packed, compassionate week of fun-filled activities for the animals! 

A multitude of tail-wagging & fun-loving feline pet adoption events, an exciting art opening at Zenith Art Gallery, Memorial Day festivals, blessing of the animals, ways to help and adopt retired military K-9's, free and low cost spay/neuter opportunities, microchipping, Memorial Day events featuring animals, activities to help the horses, celebrations, vaccinations, wildlife activities, pet food/supply donations, veggie get-togethers, volunteer opportunities, a salute to the military and so much more! 

The Washington, D.C. Week for the Animals series of events will build new relationships for the animals, strengthen communities and save precious lives. Visit the official website for complete contact and event information at http://www.dcanimals.org/

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