JEUTERING ME MEANS 3,200 LESS
,-10MELESS CATS ON THE STREETS OF
ISRAEL IN A FEW YEARS.
Meow Mitzvah Mission of Israel is a 50I(c)3 organization dedicated to solving
the stray and feral cat epidemic that plaques the streets and neighborhoods of Israel,
and in doing so, improve community health, the environment, and the quality of life for
the people (and cats) in Israel.
Healthy bodies make healthy minds
at Walled Lake Wixom Elementary.
WITH OUR P.E.A.0 E. INITIATIVE, WE WILL...
PROVIDE solutions to effectively reduce and control the street cat
EDUCATE impacted communities about feral and stray cats, our
strategies for solving the overpopulation crisis, and the positive
outcome of our activities.
ADVOCATE for community-based Trap / Neuter /Vaccinate /
Return + Monitor (TNVR+M) programs which includes on-going
COLLABORATE with private and public sector organizations to plan
and execute coordinated activities with measurable goals.
ENHANCE the quality of life for the people of Israel, one
neighborhood at a time!
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Meow Mitzvah Mission
7071 Orchard Lake Road
West Bloomfield, MI 48322
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be creating lasting solutions for the people, communities, and
street cats of Israel.
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September 19 • 2013
Cutting the ribbon: Jennifer Ludwig, Wixom Elementary PTA president;
Kenneth Gutman, Walled Lake Schools superintendent; students Angelena
Lamsal, Devin Hill and Lee Bellino; Wixom PE teacher Mikalah Geistler, stu-
dents Maryann Spraggins, Cameron Boone, Emanuel Zefi and Austin Murray;
and Alec Bender, Wixom principal.
ealthy bodies make healthy
minds:' Walled Lake Schools
Gutman said at the recent ribbon-
cutting ceremony Sept. 6 for the Wixom
Elementary Walking Path.
Wixom Elementary School principal,
Alec Bender, said, "The walking path is a
wonderful new resource for the physical
fitness of our students, and it is a great
asset for members of the Wixom com-
munity who are invited to come to walk
or jog on the path in the evening and
during the weekend:'
The path is a .5-mile paved track
purchased for the school by the Wixom
Elementary PTA. The school will be
starting a "Mileage Club" in the next
few weeks in which parent volunteers
will help students to log the number of
laps they walk at recess time and to earn
prizes at certain milestones.
Bender added, "We are very grate-
ful to the Wixom Elementary PTA and
the generous families in the Wixom
Elementary school community who
made donations to the PTA over the past
three years" for this project.
Vleet Your Best Friend At The Zoo
ooking for a four-legged best
friend? The Michigan Humane
Society (MHS) and Detroit
Zoological Society will host Meet Your
Best Friend at the Zoo from 1-7 p.m.
Friday, Sept. 20, and from 10
a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday, Sept.
21. Dogs, cats, puppies and
kittens from more than 30
animal welfare organiza-
tions will be available.
Friday will also feature
special "Yappy Hour" festivi-
ties from 4-6 p.m. Event guests will have
a chance to win giveaways, and adopters
will receive a free family photo taken on-
site with their new best friends.
There is no charge for admission or
parking for the event in the front park-
ing lot. Regular admission and parking
fees apply for the zoo.
Because puppies are often in high
demand, "puppy passes" will be given on
Saturday morning to the first 25 guests
looking specifically to adopt a puppy.
Those with passes will be
allowed to enter at 9:45 a.m.
Adoption fees and policies
are set by each participat-
ing group and not by event
hosts or sponsors. Animals
will be adopted only to
qualified homes. Adopters
must present a driver's license or state ID
card. All dogs and cats will have received
a medical check-up and age-appropriate
For more information, visit www.
michiganhumane.org or call (248)