Palm Valley Animal Center announces plans for new No-Kill facility

March 20, 2015

The PVAC is currently raising funds for RGV PAWS: Pet Adoption and Wellness Services (for the Rio Grande Valley in South Texas).

PAWS will be a 28,000 square foot No-Kill facility with state-of-the-art kennels, public dog parks, pet trails, an in-house low-cost spay and neuter clinic, a pet memorial park and education classrooms. This new facility will temporarily house all dogs and cats until a forever home can be found.

You can help Palm Valley reach their goal of $50,000 for the $50,000 matching grant they received from The Edinburg Foundation, Inc., which will match $50,000 every year for the next five years. This will enable them to raise half a million dollars in just five years.

A GoFundMe webpage has been set up here to help them reach their goal for RGV PAWS by the end of 2016.

There are advanced levels of donations where you’ll get a reward for donating to their cause.

*$1,000 custom painting made by a local artist
*$350 free gift basket from Petco
*$100 surprise gift certificate

Palm Valley Animal Center is a 501(c)3 private nonprofit animal welfare organization with 20 municipal contracts. The Center is the only full-service, open admission, animal intake facility in all of Hidalgo County. Receiving nearly 40,000 animals a year, they are one of the largest single intake facilities in the nation, servicing the majority of Hidalgo County and it’s 750,000 plus residents.

You can keep up with their progress on their Facebook: Palm Valley Animal Center group page.

Please share the goals of Palm Valley Animal Center, as they move forward to save the unwanted dogs and cats of the Rio Grande Valley, and send a few dollars their way if possible.

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