Titusville, Florida (PRWEB) February 11, 2014
The homeless pets of Brevard County needed a champion to “protect and provide a voice” to them, so the SPCA of Brevard rose to the challenge when it was formed in 1979 and continues to be a voice to the voiceless in this community. Finding homes for more than 1,300 animals a year, the SPCA has become the largest no-kill animal rescue group in Brevard. The SPCA of Brevard Clinic also provides reduced-price vaccines to the public and has performed more than 50,000 low-cost and free spay/neuter surgeries since 1999.
In addition to being a true no-kill shelter, the SPCA has assumed a leadership role in working with Brevard County Animal Services to make the entire county a no-kill community. Realizing the dream of saving all healthy, treatable animals can and will be achieved with the help from the entire community.
The SPCA has recently purchased a new facility, which will allow it to significantly increase the number of homeless pets it can save, but it will require extensive renovation before the adoption facility can open there. The 4th Annual Dancing for the Paws: The Phantom of the Pawpera on Saturday, February 22, 2014 at La Cita Golf & Country Club in Titusville will be the SPCA’s biggest fundraising effort to begin those renovations.
This year’s masquerade-optional style ball will be an exquisite evening filled with fine dining, live entertainment, silent auctions and of course, dancing. Cast members from the highly praised “All Dogs Go to Broadway” will be performing selections from Andrew Lloyd Webber’s famed Phantom as well as other selected Broadway numbers during the evening and guests will be greeted by some of the SPCA’s adoptable “angels” as they arrive at La Cita.
Tickets are $50 and can be purchased at http://www.spcabrevard.com. For more information, contact Teri Scott at 321-267-8221 extension 246.
La Cita Country Club – 777 Country Club Drive, Titusville, 32780
About SPCA of Brevard
The SPCA of North Brevard, Inc. is a private, non-profit organization with the mission of “protecting and providing a voice to the homeless animals of Brevard County.” Founded in 1979 in Titusville, Florida, the SPCA is the largest private no-kill animal rescue group in Brevard, finding homes for more than 1,300 animals a year. It is the first adoption facility with free-roaming cat rooms in the County, allowing adopters to interact with cats in a more home-like setting. The SPCA of Brevard Clinic also provides reduced-price vaccines to the public and has performed more than 50,000 low-cost spay/neuter surgeries since 1999.
For more information, visit http://www.spcabrevard.com.