The Cannoli Fund on social media

The Cannoli Fund on social media

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Follow The Cannoli Fund on social media at Facebook, Pinterest, and Instagram. Each of these sites is regularly updated with our nonprofit’s latest news, successes, events, program updates, and other information. See stories, photos, and videos of some of the neighborhood cats and dogs who have benefited from our programs on Facebook and Instagram. The […]

Crofton: Neglected Dog, Dumped in King William, to Pampered Pet [video]

Crofton: Neglected Dog, Dumped in King William, to Pampered Pet [video]

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Crofton’s story starts on August 31, 2015, the day he was found, in terrible condition, at Constance-Crofton Park in King William. The miniature poodle mix was cowering behind a trash can, filthy, covered in heavy mats embedded with burrs, fleas and ticks, dejected and alone. A wonderful King William family (who are serial dog-rescuers) on […]

Our 2016 Fiesta Medal Cat Model: Screwy, Lavaca Community Cat

Our 2016 Fiesta Medal Cat Model: Screwy, Lavaca Community Cat

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The star of our 2016 Fiesta cat medal, the affectionately-named Screwy, is a resident of an established colony of community cats in Lavaca. Screwy was given his name because of his corkscrew tail and a head that’s always in a tilt! Screwy is the most outgoing member of the group, and is very demanding when […]

Announcing our new spay/neuter program for urban wildlife

Announcing our new spay/neuter program for urban wildlife

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APRIL FOOLS! While we’ve got you here, check out our 2017 cat and dog Fiesta medals in our shop! For sale now at – South Alamode Panini and Gelato Company (Blue Star, Bldg B, 1420 S Alamo St #102) – Clothesline Cleaners (1006 S. St. Mary’s) – The King William Association office (122 Madison Street) […]

Dog Spay/Neuter Reimbursement Rates Increased

Dog Spay/Neuter Reimbursement Rates Increased

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The Cannoli Fund, serving the King William and Lavaca neighborhoods, has seen an increased need for the use of private veterinarians for dog spay and neuter surgeries. The wait time for a pet spay/neuter at the low cost spay/neuter clinics have become longer. This is most likely due to an increased need and a decreased […]