Pet OverPopulation Prevention
and our presenting sponsor
Toyota of Tri-Cities
Invite you to help better the lives of companion pets in the Tri-Cities by taking part in our 12th Annual POPP FurBall
"Shake, Waggle & Purr"
May 13, 2017 5-11 PM
Three Rivers Convention Center
In the spirit of the 50's, we're throwing a bash to remember, so come dressed to the nines, in hopes of winning the costume contest!
This will be the 22nd year that Pet OverPopulation Prevention (POPP) has been working in the community. We've adopted out over 11,000 dog & cats, and have helped to provide over 20,000 spay or neuter procedures for pets in the community!
In 2016 alone, POPP placed close to 400 cats and dogs in their fur-ever homes and provided close to 800 spays & neuters.
This year, with help from people such as yourself, our goal is to do even more.
Through this fundraiser we are able to continue to provide critical funds for food, foster care, and veterinary services, as well as education and outreach to the public. With your help, we can work towards ending the overpopulation problem here in the Tri-Cities.
Help us to continue this mission of "no more homeless pets" in our community!
This event will include a special 50's inspired dinner, with DJ Jesse spinning hits from the era!
Once again, Platinum Memories will be kicking out great photo strips of family & friends.
We will have casino-style games and drinks inspired by the era at the bar.
There will be drawings and raffles throughout the night, along with our exciting live & silent auctions!
Look for updates on auction, raffle & drawing items on our Facebook page!
POPP could not exist if not for the generosity and support from the community,
From monetary donations to donations of pet supplies like cat and dog foods, collars & leashes, cat litter, dog beds, towels, bleach, and paper towels, they ALL help to make a difference for this program.
Also, POPP is ALWAYS looking for families to help foster the pets that are waiting for their "forever homes".
None of the pets in our program are kept in kennels or cages. They live with foster families who become aware of special needs, help to socialize and teach these pets to be a wonderful addition to their forever homes!
POPP's Mission Statement
Pet OverPopulation Prevention's (POPP) primary purpose is to promote responsible pet care through educating the public on the importance of spaying and neutering their cats and dogs, as well as providing spay and neuter assistance.