The ASPCA welcomes Thomasville-Thomas County Humane Society (Thomasville, GA) as an official contestant in Division 2. They replace Humane Society of West Michigan who made the tough decision to withdraw from the Challenge as they are recruiting for a full-time vet. Without this key position in place, their ability to get animals quickly available for adoption would be incredibly difficult for the competition.
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Kansas City Pet Project (Kansas City, MO) and Spartanburg Humane Society (Spartanburg, SC) become official contestants in Divisions 5 and 3 respectively. These two agencies replace APAYPA Albergue Villa Michelle (Mayagüez, PR) who is unable to meet the data requirements of the contest and Lee County Humane Society (Auburn, AL) who is withdrawing to focus their efforts on getting their spay/neuter clinic up and running by the end of summer. The ASPCA wishes both organizations the best in their continued life saving efforts and welcomes Kansas City Pet Proj
Challengers are requested to connect their Facebook feed to the Challenge site on or after March 20. This is slightly later than the originally published date due to a server upgrade implementation.
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