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CLEVELAND, OH (May 7, 2013)— The Doggy Dollars/Kitty Kash Bash will take place on Wednesday, May 8, from 6 pm to 8 pm, at the Primate, Cat & Aquatics building at Cleveland Metroparks Zoo.  The party is the kick-off event for the 8th Annual Q104 Pledge for Pets Radiothon to benefit the Cleveland Animal Protective League.  It will be hosted by Q104’s morning show team Fee’s Kompany featuring Allan Fee and Katherine Boyd.


Q Cash Captains, Kids, and Schools will turn in the money they have collected and have it counted while they enjoy food, beverage and the company of other animal-lovers. 


Animal-loving Q Cash Captains, Q Cash Kids and Q Cash Schools have been collecting Doggy Dollars/Kitty Kash since early March. The winning school will receive a visit from Fee’s Kompany and Cleveland APL supporters Annie and Joe Thomas, Offensive Lineman for the Cleveland Browns.

The 8th Annual Pledge for Pets Radiothon will take place on Friday, May 10, from 6 am to 6 pm, and on Saturday, May 11, from 10 am to 4 pm, at the APL.  During the 18-hour event, listeners will be treated to heartwarming stories of survival and happy endings with the hope that they will be inspired to call-in and make a gift that will change the life of a homeless animal, or come down to meet Fee’s Kompany and adopt their new best friend during our Rockin’ Rescue promotion. In celebration, adoption fees for adult cats over one year old will be reduced to $1.04 and kittens under one year old to $10.40. The adoption fee for a second cat or kitten is $20.  Limit two cats or kittens per household.


Over the past seven years, the Q104 Pledge for Pets Radiothon has raised more than $944,000 that has helped to support the Cleveland APL’s programs and services for homeless animals.

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Located in the Tremont area of Cleveland, the Cleveland Animal Protective League is the largest nonprofit humane society in Ohio and relies solely on donations to investigate and prosecute animal cruelty in Cuyahoga County and assist more than16,000 homeless animals a year through a variety of progressive programs.

The Cleveland APL has been creating happily ever afters since 1913.

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Volume 1, Issue 3, Posted 6:25 PM, 05.07.2013