In case you missed the news earlier this week, Downtown Cleveland Alliance is raising funds to "create nearly 4,500 square feet of fenced space at the base of West Superior Avenue for your furry friends to enjoy - complete with waste receptacles and seating for humans." This location is near Settler's Landing, across the river from Jacob's Pavilion at Nautica.
The goal is to raise $10,000 from the Downtown dog-loving community, which DCA will match, dollar-for-dollar, to make this project a reality.
If you love your dog, and you love downtown, please support the cause! There are over 1,000 dogs living in downtown Cleveland, and with all of the new green space for humans to enjoy, it's time they have somewhere safe to play, too.
If you'd like to contribute, click here. The more you donate, the more "prizes" you will receive.
8/25/2014 07:50:03 am
I would love to see this happen! I'm not a dog owner yet (my husband and I will be once we get a house!), but it would be great to take the future pup with us downtown where he/she has a place to play. I still wish cats were easier to travel with :P
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