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Dallas, Texas, January 24, 2022 – Dallas Companion Animal Project, an all-volunteer, non-profit organization created to focus on the future of the community by strengthening the connection between people and animals, announced today they have begun the process of distribution of all assets prior to dissolution of the non-profit corporation and ceased operation of all programs and activities.

The sole purpose for the Dallas Companion Animal Project was “Bringing our Community Together To Save Lives.” In addition to saving lives, by reducing euthanasia rates community-wide could engage the community in the welfare of our animals, make Dallas a pet-friendly place to live, save taxpayer dollars, result in a more educated and informed public, encourage private/public partnerships, and improve the quality of life for pets and people in the City of Dallas.

For nearly a decade, DCAP fought the pet over-population problem here in Dallas, through our hugely successful Pets For Life program that brought free resources to underserved community in Dallas, the critically important Lucy Fund that provided emergency funding for pet owners for ill or injured pets, and Spay Days that provided free and low-cost spay/neuter to pets of all Dallas residents.

DCAP Supporters are heartily encouraged to continue the fight by supporting Humane Tomorrow, Mazie’s Mission, Friends of DAS, Cat Matchers, Feral Friends and A Voice For All Paws.