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Monday, January 25, 2010

Take the Super Bowl Pledge: Support the Saints and the pit bulls of New Orleans

Here's the deal: dogs aren't allowed at the Super Bowl. Not only that, the ticket prices are so outrageous, our pit bulls would rather see the money spent on our spay/neuter campaign and vaccination clinics, not to mention a few other top secret projects in the works. So they hatched this plan.

We're asking everyone to take a Super Bowl Pledge to donate to The Sula Foundation:
$5 per Saints touchdown
$1 per Saints field goal
and an extra $10 for the win.

When you the game comes around on February 7th, you'll have two reasons to cheer: for the team, and for the pits.

There are quite a few pit bull fans among the Saints team, and we'll be sure to let the team know ahead of game-time how much each score will earn their home-town dogs.

To take the pledge, just email us at with "Superbowl Pledge" in the subject line.

And remember, no matter what happens, the pit bulls will be winners in the end.

Total pledged so far:
$151 per touchdown
$32 per field goal
$310 for the win

Tuesday, January 5, 2010

Mimi makes an appearance on Good Morning New Orleans


Vaccination Clinic, January 9th, Lower Ninth Ward

The Sula Foundation, New Orleans' pit bull advocacy group, will sponsor a low-cost vaccination clinic on Saturday January 9, from 1-4pm at the Sankofa Market at St. Claude and Caffin in the Lower Ninth Ward. Working in conjunction with Dr. Jessica's "Pets R Our World" mobile veterinary clinic, the following services will be offered:

For pit bulls: $15 for complete vaccinations (including rabies, bordetella and distemper)
Appointments for FREE spay/neuter surgeries

For all other breeds: $45 for complete vaccinations.