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It’s time to put your best paw forward and join the 2012 Philly Walk For Animals!  Get involved, get registered and get walking!

On May 26th, animal lovers from across the Greater Philadelphia Region will be converging in Center City Philadelphia for a 2.5 mile walkathon to raise money for the Humane League of Philadelphia’s life saving work for animals.  At the end of the walk, PAWS and the Humane League will host a Spring Festival For The Animals adoption and advocacy fair, featuring: adoption booths, involvement opportunities, raffle prizes, non-profits and more!  All walkers that raise $100 or more will receive a free t-shirt!

Each year The Humane League rescues and rehomes hundreds of animals from the situations of abuse and abandonment, and now YOU can help to save the lives of hundreds of animals in need!  Register today for a day of fur, fun and fundraising!

Join us at 11am on May 26, 2012 for a day of fun! Begin the walk outside of Lloyd Hall at 1 Boathouse Row, in Central Philadelphia. From there, walk along the Schuylkill River Banks before returning to Lloyd Hall for the Festival for Animals. You are welcome to bring your companion animal to join you!

Each walker will be provided with a sponsor packet to accept pledges from friends, family, and co-workers who wish to support their walk. Registration is free and open to the public, but advance registration is required – click here to register now!

Donations go to The Humane League’s work to rescue animals and educate the public on compassionate lifestyle choices. Since their founding in 2005, their mission has been to save the lives of as many animals as possible and to reduce as much animal cruelty as they can. Certified “Best in America” by the Independent Charities of America.

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