2013 Fiesta Medals Party Raises Funds for Important Programs

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The Cannoli Fund for Dogs and Cats‘ Fiesta 2013 Medal Art Unveiling Party was a huge success. The event, held on Sunday, February 24, 2013, at The Friendly Spot in Southtown, raised $920 to benefit spay/neuter and medical services for cats and dogs living in the King William and Lavaca neighborhoods of San Antonio. The […]

Winter 2013: Microchip Scanner Helps Lost Dog, Fiesta Medal Party

Winter 2013: Microchip Scanner Helps Lost Dog, Fiesta Medal Party

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Dear Cannoli, I heard that The Cannoli Fund just purchased a microchip scanner. How does it work and if I find a lost dog or cat, how can I go about using it? Signed, Persian on Pancoast Dear Persian, Microchips are really small (about the size of a grain of rice) and are implanted by […]

Pet Microchip Scanner Available to Help Get Pets Home

Pet Microchip Scanner Available to Help Get Pets Home

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Found a cat or dog in our Southtown service area that needs to be scanned for a microchip? Message us via our Facebook page, email us through this website’s contact page, or call 210-380-5745. If you have found a microchip: Visit AVMA’s Pet Microchip Lookup website to enter the microchip number. This will tell you […]

Community Cat Spay/Neuter Grant Funding Update

Community Cat Spay/Neuter Grant Funding Update

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The Cannoli Fund has some good news and some bad news. The good news is that the Best Friends Animal Society and PetSmart Charities grant that provided FREE spay/neuter services and inoculations for feral cats in 14 San Antonio zip codes, including 78210, which includes Lavaca and a portion of King William, has been extremely […]

The Cannoli Fund’s Community Cat Carpool Takes Off

The Cannoli Fund’s Community Cat Carpool Takes Off

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In the past three months, 43 cats from King William and Lavaca have taken a ride that changed their lives. Are there feral or community cats at or near your house that you–or your neighbors–would like to have fixed, but you lack the time or the means to transport them? Do you live in the […]