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Pinellas County Animal Services - Santa Paws with the Buc's Cheerleaders Very Sexy

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Uploaded on Dec 24, 2008

More than 1,000 four-legged, furry friends and their humans romped together at the Pinellas County Animal Services Holiday Open House.

While fun and excitement were front and center, statistics show that the day was also a success for services provided. Indeed, 33 pets were adopted into new homes and 92 rabies vaccinations were made to keep animals healthy.

Also, 12 microchips were installed to track lost pets and 96 licenses were issued. Even two pets were reclaimed by their families, making for sweet reunions.

Caring citizens donated $784 to the Animal Welfare Trust Fund established by Pinellas County Animal Service to provide extra services required by some animals.

The Operations Manager at Pinellas County Animal Services urges citizens to keep a close eye on pet safety during this holiday season. "Keep the cats away from any tinsel, and all pets away from electrical lighting. That is always a concern for any pet, chewing or getting wrapped up in them," he said.

Andrews also advises to keep chocolate away from pets and to never feed pets bones, especially turkey bones.

Make sure candles and decorations are placed away from curious cats and inquisitive dogs. And, finally, increased activity and more visitors might upset any pet's routine.

Try to keep your pets on their regular schedules for feeding, exercise and play. A few extra hugs of love for Fido and Fluffy will probably help relieve stress for pets and humans alike.

Video By Eric L Scott

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