FAN Tails
The Monthly Newsletter of Friends of Animals in Nassau
June 2018
Speak for those who do not have a voice
and s hare this newsletter with your friends.
UPCOMING SPECIAL EVENTS
Dance, Dress and Drive your Decade Party

What's your favorite decade? The 50's, the 60's, the 70's or the 80's? No matter, this party has you covered!
DANCE YOUR DECADE
DRESS YOUR DECADE
DRIVE YOUR DECADE
Preferred parking for classic cars!
Get ready to Boogie Down!
Order tickets online today and save SAVE 20%!

There will be music, raffles, a silent auction and classic cars*. Beer and wine will be available for purchase. The suggested tax-deductible donation is $20 online per ticket. For tickets, click the button below or go to friendsanimalsnassau.org  Your receipt is your proof of purchase, tickets will be held at the will-call window.

All proceeds will go to help dogs in Nassau County. This special event in held in loving memory of John Bateman, a true friend of all animals.



Don't miss our next Yappy Hour at Local's Cocktail Lounge in Fernandina Beach. June 2, 2018 from 2 PM - 6 PM. Raffle, prizes, music and furry fun!

A CALL TO ACTION:

At 6:00 PM on June 11, 2018 at the James Page Government Center in Yulee, Nassau County Commissioners are scheduled to hear public comment regarding updating Nassau’s animal ordinance to include attended-tethering-only . If Commissioners pass this revision, dogs in Nassau County cannot be tethered unless the owner is outside with the dog and the dog is within visual range. This has been a heated topic among citizens of Nassau County. If you favor attended-tethering-only , please attend to the meeting make a brief statement before the Commission.

To read the entire ordinance click the purple button below, then scroll down and click Amended Animal Control Ordinance near the bottom of the page.
SOME OF OUR RESCUE DOGS:
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Friends of Animals Nassau (FAN) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization based in Nassau County Florida. FAN focuses on finding homes for dogs and assists in their medical care, including heartworm treatment. FAN is not an animal shelter, instead we keep dogs in loving foster homes with caring people while they undergo treatment until we find them a furever home. We are able to help dogs through the work of our tireless volunteers, our fundraising events, our generous sponsors and your contributions. All donations are tax deductible.