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Van Buren County MUTTS Club Gives Back to Their Community

“Serving Our Community” is not only the theme of this year’s summer program, it is also at the heart of the Van Buren County MUTTS Club Summer Camp, which is why the students have spent time volunteering at local agencies, including the Fairfield Bay Animal Shelter in Arkansas. The students donated their time and talents to walk the dogs, clean the cat cages, and feed the cats at the shelter.

West Babylon Public Library's Pet Adoption Fair Includes Mutt-i-grees in the Library

On Saturday, June 14th, our friends at West Babylon Public Library in West Babylon, NY held a Pet Adoption Fair! The event included Mutt-i-grees activities and nine animal rescue groups that brought Mutt-i-gree cats and dogs available for adoption.

Families Create Mutt-i-gree Puppets at Stepping Stones Museum in Norwalk, CT!

On Saturday, June 14th, Team Mutt-i-grees presented a program at the Stepping Stones Museum for Children in Norwalk, CT. Families were invited to design their own cats and dogs using a variety of colored pencils and crayons. Once they were finished, the youngsters made their own Mutt-i-gree Puppets that they could take home.

Eight School Districts in Bowling Green, Ohio will Implement Mutt-i-grees This Summer!

A Mutt-i-grees Curriculum training was held in May in Bowling Green, Ohio on with 39 coordinators representing eight school districts attending for their summer programming. The seven-week summer program will take place five days per week for seven hours per day. The Mutt-i-grees Curriculum will be taught each day to hundreds of students in Ohio!

Teens & Tweens Come to Seaford Public Library to Support the Mutt-i-gree Cats & Dogs at North Shore Animal League America!

Gina Patronaggio, Teen Services Librarian at the Seaford Public Library in Seaford, NY, shared some pictures from the library’s Mutt-i-grees in the Library Dog Treat Making event that took place on May 8th with 24 tweens/teens ranging from 5th-9th grade. The library asked participants to make a small donation to participate, and also gave patrons the option to donate pet supplies such as dog/cat food, treats or gently used blankets and pet toys.