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Paws Cause held its annual event on Sunday, March 3 at Sambuca Uptown, all to help Dallas become a more compassionate community, where every adoptable animal has a loving home, by providing our South Dallas community access to low-cost spay and neuter surgeries. More than 200 people attended Paws Cause Goes Hollywoof, which featured SPCA of Texas foster puppies, a magician, green screen photo booth, the ever-popular Bone Appetite restaurant raffle, 165+ bottle Cork Pull and a fabulous Silent Auction featuring everything from spa treatments, upscale home decor, pet care products, travel packages and fine jewelry.
Paws Cause 2013 is the most successful event so far, thanks to Honorary Chairs, Stacey and Don Kivowitz, and Co-Chairs, Cassie Evans, Andie Comini and Jane Arrington. The compassionate, mission-minded volunteers of Paws Cause have been assisting the SPCA of Texas for a total of more than 25 years, and their work has saved thousands of lives.
So far, Paws Cause 2013 has raised almost $200,000…and counting. All money raised through Paws Cause 2013 will go directly to the SPCA of Texas Clinic at Village Fair in South Dallas to help provide more than 12,000 free and low cost spay/neuter surgeries and 15,000 health and wellness treatments in 2013. Paws Cause is a grassroots effort working to address animal overpopulation, which is a serious community-wide problem.
Attendees included Diane and Hal Brierley, Jocelyn White and Kim Seal, Melissa Rycroft and Ty Strickland, LeeAnne Locken, Dan Forbes, Tanya Roberts, Debby and Billy Allbright, Abraham Salum, Candace and Walter Evans, Phyllis Comu, Penny Rivenbark Patton, Gwen and Leldon Echols, Paige McDaniel and Bernadette Schaeffler.