Thursday, October 25, 2012

2012 PAL (Prevent A Litter) Silent Auction

2012 PAL Silent Auction

Tuesday Nov. 13th – Saturday Nov. 17th

At The Bloom Cottage

Benefiting local residents* who need financial assistance to spay and neuter their dogs and cats. This PAL (prevent a litter) program is sponsored by The Justin Animal Alliance in conjunction with the Texas Coalition for Animal Protection.

Items and services have graciously been donated from local area businesses and are on display at The Bloom Cottage, located two miles south of Justin on FM 156. Stop by soon to put in your bid.

For more information on this event or to volunteer please contact The Justin Animal Alliance at 940-343-7848 or

* For the residents of Justin, Ponder, Haslet, New Fairview, Rhome, Argyle, Northlake, Roanoke and Keller.

To make a donation to the PAL Silent Auction or to volunteer for this event, Please email us at

2011 PAL Silent Auction

At The Bloom Cottage

First PAL (Prevent A Litter) 
Silent Auction

We would like to thank everyone who made our first silent auction a possibility. We were able to raise a total of $485.50 that will be divided among The Texas Coalition for Animal Protection and The Ponder Veterinary Hospital. The funds will be available to support our local community spay/neuter their pets.

Special thank you to Lori Titterington of the Bloom Cottage for hosting the silent auction.

We would like to thank everyone that made a donation to the auction. Justin Discount Boots, McDonnell Building Materials Co. Inc., The Classic Café, Prairie House Restaurant, Dollar General, Country Faucet, NTB National Tire and Battery, Justin Pharmacy, La Mia massage & wellness, R J’S Bakery, Teresa’s Resale, Texas Harvest Pie Company, JJ’s Designs, J Ranch, Ann Noble, Mixed-Media Collage Artist Carrie Gunnie, Kathleen Reaves Jewelry, Ronnie Moore, Welcome Publishers and Stephanie Gomez LCSW of Insight Counseling.

Special thanks to all of our volunteers who helped make this a possibility. We want to give Gwen Trube special recognition for all of her hard work and the donations she collected for the auction.

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