Collection: Brett, King, & Pablo | FUNDRAISER for UCAN Cincinnati

February is Spay and Neuter Awareness Month!

Every year, millions of healthy, behaviorally-sound, adoptable dogs and cats die in US shelters for one reason: there simply isn't room for them. While this is a multi-faceted issue, a huge factor is a seemingly endless number of accidental, unwanted, and irresponsibly bred litters. The most effective way to prevent these litters is to spay/neuter family pets, ending a dog or cat's ability to reproduce. 

United Coalition of Animals (UCAN) was founded in 2001 to stop the endless cycle of unwanted births of cats and dogs and the resulting euthanasia of those homeless cats and dogs in local shelters. In 2007, they opened a high-volume, low-cost spay/neuter clinic, and have since spayed/neutered over 165,000 animals in the Cincinnati area. They also offer other low-cost wellness services, such as vaccinations and microchips.

The animals featured in this design, Brett (white/brown dog), King (grey dog), and Pablo (cat) were all homeless pets in Cincinnati who were fortunate enough to get a second chance at life. Both Brett and King are Cincinnati Animal Care alumni; like most municipal shelters, Cincinnati Animal Care faces an overpopulation crisis both in their shelter and the larger community. UCAN's mission has a direct positive impact on reducing the number of unwanted pets in the community that could potentially end up in the shelter.

20% of sales from this limited edition collection will be donated to UCAN Cincinnati. Available through February 15th. 


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