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For Immediate Release:
March 13, 2012
Media Contact:
Kathy Labrada

North Shore Animal League America's Tour For LifeĀ® 2012 Arrives in Miami, Florida to Partner With Miami-Dade Animal Services Department on Animal Adoption Event

Life-Saving Adoption Event Scheduled For Sunday, March 25th, 2012 Beginning at 11:00a.m.

 North Shore Animal League America’s 2012 Tour For Life – a lifesaving national tour geared to promoting shelter pet adoptions – will arrive in Miami, Florida to partner with Miami-Dade Animal Services for a special mobile adoption event at The Falls, a Simon property, located at 8888 SW 136th Street, Miami, FL 33176, on Sunday, March 25th, 2012, beginning at 11:00a.m.

In partnership with PURINA ONE®, Tour For Life is the world’s largest cooperative mobile pet adoption initiative aimed at reinforcing the importance and advantages of shelter pet adoptions and familiarizing communities with their local shelter. 

In addition to having adoptable shelter dogs, cats, puppies and kittens – also known as Mutt-i-grees® – the event will also offer information on the benefits of adopting shelter pets, behavioral education, and special services available to pet owners at Miami-Dade Animals Services. 

Throughout the months of March and April, Tour For Life will travel the length of the United States from north to south and east to west, helping over 100 shelter and rescue groups bring awareness to their organizations and find homes for orphaned pets in their care. 

The tour was conceived by North Shore Animal League America, the world’s largest no-kill animal rescue and adoption organization, 12 years ago and is responsible for placing thousands of pets into loving and permanent homes. 

Tour For Life's presenting sponsors are Purina ONE® and Purina ONE® beyOnd pet food brands.  The Tour is also supported by The Mutt-i-grees Curriculum.

Department receives over 30,000 pets.  The goal of Animal Services is to reunite lost pets with their families or find lifelong homes for as many animals as possible.  For more information, visit Animal Services or call 311.