Once again, Team Itty BItty Kitty Committee will be participating in Dog-A-Thon, The Tacoma/Pierce County Humane Society's walk for homeless animals.
The first year we participated, we started off hoping to raise $3000, and thanks to the amazingly supportive IBKC community, we raised over $23,000!
Year two, we set our goal at $40,000, met it, and once we added in money raised from online auctions, we were over $48,000!
This year, we're setting the bar a little higher, and we're hoping you'll be able to help us reach our goal of $50,000 in online donations by making a contribution to our campaign.
Gone to the Dogs
Nope. It's going to the cats. Even though it's called "Dog-A-Thon", all of the money raised by the Itty Bitty Kitty Committee Team will go directly to the cats and kittens. It will help fund the foster and adoption programs, and go towards shelter improvements for the cats. It will fill the shelves of the emergency food bank and reduce the cost of spay and neuter surgeries for pets of lower income families. It will feed and provide medical care for tiny kittens, senior cats, and every cat in between. So, the more we raise, the more we help the cats and kittens!
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Care to Join Us?
If you'd like to join the team to help us meet our goal, we'd love to have you! Just send a message to kittywrangler@ gmail.com.
Let's Walk the Walk
On Saturday, July 23rd you can join more than 1,000 other animal advocates and their four-legged friends for Washington's biggest dog walk -- the 21st annual Dog-A-Thon! Held at Fort Steilacoom Park in Lakewood, this fun, family event has something for everyone: A one-mile stroll or a four-mile hike, dozens of pet-related booths, demonstrations, contests, entertainment, a barbeque, and much more! Best of all, the walk benefits homeless animals at the Humane Society.
What's the IBKC?
The Itty Bitty Kitty Committee is a blog that chronicles the lives of Tacoma/Pierce County Humane Society kittens fostered by Laurie Cinotto and Craig Miller. Resident house cat Charlene Butterbean lends a paw in the raising of these kittens too. There's a lovely and loyal group of followers from around the world that stop by each day to visit the blog and see what the kittens are up to. Care to meet our kittens and find out more about our fundraiser for the HS? Please visit www.TheIttyBittyKittyCommittee.com
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