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PEACEAnimals Launches Online Auction

Alexis Velasco
Mar. 18, 2018
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PEACEAnimals, a non-profit organization based in Puerto Vallarta, recently launched an online auction to raise funds for its free mobile spay/neuter clinic program. The auction will be opened for bidding until April 17 at 10:00pm on the website www.32auctions.com. There is a diverse and lively assortment of approximately 50 items being auctioned off.  Items will continue to be added until the last minute. Photos and text are on the auction site.

In 2017, PEACEAnimals sterilized 5,357 cats and dogs treated them for fleas, ticks, parasites and mange, if present. The organization’s mission is to prevent the future suffering of animals. The free mobile clinics take place primarily in the area of the Banderas Bay.

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