Just in time for the start of summer, it’s the First Annual Week for the Animals in Washington DC!
(Washington, DC) Animal World USA is pleased to announce exciting news about the 1st Annual Washington DC Week for the Animals, which will kick off Saturday, May 30th and run through Sunday, June 7th, 2009. The metrowide 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 bring underscore community spirit as people come together on behalf of the animals across the entire region of our nation’s capital.
Beginning on the kickoff day of Saturday, May 30, 2009 Washington DC Week for the Animals will be bringing together educators, animal shelters, humane organizations, zoos, sanctuaries, restaurants, businesses, students, musicians, 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 pet adoption events, festivals for the animals, law night at George Washington University featuring Raj Panjwani- India’s leading animal law advocate, art and multimedia event featuring Tracey Clarke at the Artomatic 2009, low cost vaccinations, pet food drive for low income pet families, art evening at WVSA Art Gallery blocks from the White House featuring artist Robert McClintock, Audubon Society bird days, 5K dog walks, Washington Humane Society’s Bark Ball, blessings of the animals, spay/neuter opportunities, student activities for farm animals, library events, low cost vaccinations, a salute to the Ft. Myers military and so much more! These events will shine the spotlight on the amazing animals and compassionate people across the DC region who love them and work tirelessly on their behalf.
Precious lives will be saved and communities transformed during this incredible week. 1st Annual Washington, DC Week for the Animals will build new relationships for the animals and people in a history-making manner. Visit the official website for complete contact and event information at http://www.dcanimals.org/ Please call 877-454-0807 or 866-376-6123 for more information.