Montreal, June 9th 2017 –The Montreal SPCA is pleased to announce the 7th edition of the largest dog walk in Montreal for the benefit of our organisation, which will be held at the Mount-Royal Park on Sunday, June 11th 2017. Participants at the annual Snout & About event will spend a festive day with fellow dog-lovers, all while helping to support our efforts to stop animal cruelty and injustice. The goal this year is to raise $50 000 in the form of donations and sponsorships.
We will walk for all the animals facing injustice and cruelty; from dogs who have been banned by the city of Montreal and those that may be due to proposed provincial legislation, to carriage horses and animals exploited in the name of so-called “entertainment” in rodeos.
“The Montreal SPCA and the community share a common passion for animals and now, more than ever, we are counting on the public’s support in our daily battle against animal cruelty and injustice,” said Anita Kapuscinska, Communications Manager at the Montreal SPCA. “It is thanks to the public’s support that we are able to investigate thousands of cruelty cases, defend the interests of all animals, and sterilize and to rehome thousands of animals every year. We invite fellow animal-lovers to register and participate at the walk to help the Montreal SPCA pursue its mission, but also to enjoy a fun-filled day for the entire family”.
With or without a dog, everyone is invited to participate at the Snout & About event:
- When: Sunday, June 11, 2017 from 10 am to 3 pm (rain or shine)
- Where: At the base of Mount Royal –intersection of Park Avenue and Côte-Sainte- Catherine.
- For more information, to register or to make a donation: www.snoutandabout.ca
- For a video of the walk: click here
HIT THE PAVEMENT Stop injustice and animal cruelty on June 11, 2017 and walk for the Montreal SPCA! For more information: www.snoutandabout.ca
Media contact: Anita Kapuscinska, Communications Manager, Montreal SPCA, 514 656-2760, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the Montreal SPCA Founded in Montreal in 1869, we were the first animal welfare society in Canada and our mission is to:
- protect animals against negligence, abuse, and exploitation;
- represent their interests and ensure their well-being;
- raise public awareness and help develop compassion for all living beings.
For more information about the Montreal SPCA, please visit our website at www.spca.com.