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ASPCA

abbr.
American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
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For more information contact the ASPCA on 0879925052.
To mark the new relationship, starting June 3, 2013 Virtual Piggy said it will donate USD 1 to the ASPCA for each user that joins Virtual Piggy for free at: www.virtualpiggy.com/ASPCA.
Walkers is donating 10 cents from the sale of all Scottie Dog products (packaged cookies and tins) to the ASPCA, with a guaranteed minimum donation of $25,000.
As another reward for that $100 in pet-related spending, A&P would make a $1 donation to the ASPCA.
While other nonprofits struggled during the recession, the ASPCA grew; since Sayres joined America's oldest animal welfare organization in 2003, revenues have increased from $43 million to $116 million in 2009, thanks to efficient and qualitative program-driven fundraising,
Shunning Subaru seems like common sense, especially after hearing about Subaru sleeping with the anti-hunters over at the ASPCA, where it's not all about fuzzy feel-goods saving puppies and kitties.
Recommended and endorsed by veternarians and the ASPCA. Dealer needs to live in the terrority.
The evacuation was in response to what the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) calls the "massive overpopulation of Chihuahuas in California."
The University of Florida has announced that in spring, under the guidance of Melinda Merck, DVM, senior director of veterinary forensics at the ASPCA, it will launch the nation's first formal veterinary forensic science program.
Second International Business Forum of Association of Seed Producers of Central Asia (ASPCA) and Association of Seed Producers of Asia and Pacific (ASPAP) took place in Bishkek on August 10-13.
ASPCA. I don't know why, but animals touch my heart more than anything ...
That's why the ninth-grader from Locust, New Jersey, volunteers for a local ASPCA chapter.