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Citrus County Foundation for Animal Protection Talk at Central Ridge Library

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Citrus County Foundation for Animal Protection Talk at Central Ridge Library

Citrus County Foundation for Animal Protection Talk at Central Ridge Library

Citrus Libraries is excited to host a presentation led by the Citrus County Foundation for Animal Protection (CCFAP), a support organization for homeless animals in Citrus County. CCFAP works primarily to help the animals at the local shelter run by Citrus County Animal Services.

The non-profit was formed to ensure the well-being of animals within the shelter environment, provide compassionate and pet focused programming, increase adoptions, and reduce overpopulation, abuse, and unwarranted euthanasia. In addition to helping serve the needs of sheltered animals, they fund the Trap, Neuter, Release (TNR) and spay/neuter programs.
Join us on Friday, July 8th, 2022 at 1:00 PM at the Central Ridge Library to hear about all that they do and how to get involved. Additional information can be found on CCFAP’S website, https://ccfap.net/ 

This event is open to all and does not require registration. To stay up-to-date on all of the classes and programs being offered at the library, you can follow @CitrusLibraries on Facebook and Instagram. You can also view our online calendar at citruslibraries.org.

Olivia Sperry
Instruction & Research Librarian at Central Ridge Branch

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