Wags & Menace Supports Pet Theatre At Telluride's Palm

[click “Play” to hear Susan’s conversation with Cindy Lee]



Popovich_2 Telluride is known for many fine things: gnarly ski terrain, a robust cultural economy – and the fact we are a pet paradise. Raise your hand if you are a local who weeps at the thought of an animal in need. That’s most of us, right? (Ok, except the guy at the east end of town who messed with the poop.)

On Sunday, October 17, 2010, 4 p.m. Telluride’s Michael D. Palm Theatre presents the Popovich Comedy Pet Theatre, featuring Gregory Popovitch and his 16 cats and 10 dogs, all rescues from animal shelters. The event sponsor is Cindy Lee’s Wags & Menace Foundation, also a big-time supporter of Second Chance Humane Society. Second Chance plans to bring a cast of thousands from its Ridgway shelter to the show in the hopes of finding some of them loving homes. Popovitch could be the show that keeps on giving.

Cindybaxter The goal of Lee’s foundation is to provide medical treatment for sick animals throughout Colorado. To that end, Wags & Menace partnered with Second Chance, pledging $3,000 for the development of the Wags & Menace Foundation Medical Fund for treating sick or injured homeless pets.

To learn more about the work of Wags & Menace, click the “play” button and listen to Lee’s interview.

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