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Tuesday, September 16


Companion Animal Rescue Effort Forum September 28th, 2014 11am –12pm Memorial Hall 3701 Carlisle Blvd NE, Albuquerque Presented By: Sherry Mangold, APNM Education Director & Senior Cruelty Case Manager Sharon Jonas, APNM CARE Program Coordinator Animal Protection of New Mexico’s (APNM) Companion Animal Rescue Effort (CARE) is a network of safe havens for the animals of domestic violence victims in New Mexico. CARE empowers individuals to leave abusive environments by providing temporary housing for companion animals, livestock and exotic animals. This Forum is your opportunity to learn about the signs of abuse and to become aware of The Link between animal abuse and domestic violence. You will meet Sophie, an Italian Greyhound, who with her owner fled their abuser after both had been stabbed multiple times. Sophie shares her story throughout the state. We will inform you about requesting assistance from CARE and the work CARE does for the animals and their families. APNM provides training about CARE and The Link between domestic violence and animal abuse to law enforcement, social services providers and concerned citizens. In addition, APNM provides humane education in schools throughout the Albuquerque, Santa Fe and Los Lunas school districts. This Forum is free and requires no RSVP. For more information contact Margaret Keller
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