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 […]

Our cat and dog 2016 Fiesta medals have arrived!

Our cat and dog 2016 Fiesta medals have arrived!

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Our sixth annual cat and dog 2016 Fiesta medals are now available in our medal shop. Each medal proclaims “Spay or Neuter Pets,” which is the central mission of our all-volunteer nonprofit organization. The star of this year’s dog medal is Crofton, a miniature poodle mix. Late last summer, a family found this small dog […]

La Cocina de Cannoli Provides 4,658 Pounds of Pet Food to Date

La Cocina de Cannoli Provides 4,658 Pounds of Pet Food to Date

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La Cocina de Cannoli, or Cannoli’s Kitchen, provides pet food to residents in our service area to help feed their cats and dogs. As of February 2016, The Cannoli Fund has contributed 4,658 pounds of cat and dog food to King William and Lavaca neighbors since the program began. Every month one of our board […]

Cannolicare Grants for Medical Care Increased to $400

Cannolicare Grants for Medical Care Increased to $400

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The Cannoli Fund’s board of directors has increased the maximum amount for Cannolicare medical grants for critical vet care for King William and Lavaca cats and dogs from $300 to $400 per pet. The Cannoli Fund believes that all cats and dogs, companion or “community,” deserve a high quality of life, free of suffering. The […]

The Rags to Riches Story of a Stray Dog From the Streets of Lavaca

The Rags to Riches Story of a Stray Dog From the Streets of Lavaca

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In April, a sweet female dog showed up behind the house of a serial dog-rescuer in the Lavaca neighborhood. Despite being tired, hungry, thirsty, and with signs of a previous tail injury, the dog soon known as Sunny was very friendly. A volunteer from The Cannoli Fund, hoping to find where Sunny belonged, scanned the […]