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Ask your state representative to help fund the Mass. Animal Fund
You can help save homeless pets today! As the House budget makes its way through the legislative process, Amendment 604 has been filed to allocate $100,000 to the Massachusetts Animal Fund.
The fund is used exclusively to pay for vaccinating and sterilizing homeless pets and the pets of low-income Massachusetts residents. Unfortunately, there is always more demand for these services than there is money to distribute, so adding $100,000 will bring lifesaving services to thousands of pets. That’s a win-win for Massachusetts and the cats and dogs we love.
Please take action today by asking your state representative to cosponsor Amendment 604. Phone calls are effective as well and you can find your legislator’s name and contact information here.
Time is of the essence. The House budget process will be finalized soon, so please act now and be the voice for our state’s pets. You can also increase the impact of your action by sharing this message on Facebook, Twitter and your other social network platforms.
Your action today will help Save Them All.
Dear [Decision Maker],
As a constituent, I urge you to support Amendment 604 to the House budget. This lifesaving amendment will allocate $100,000 to the Massachusetts Animal Fund.
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