The Water Gun Fight

Want to be a legend? Want to be a part of history? Want to have fun and help out homeless pets in San Antonio? The Animal Defense League of Texas invites everyone to their Main Campus on May 4, 2017. This event will be an attempt at the world record for the largest water gun fight in the WORLD! While having fun, you’re supporting Texas’ oldest no-kill shelter’s Extra Care Fund, saving lives, and reminding everyone to keep your pets hydrated during the summer months.

The Animal Defense League of Texas typically spends about $500.00 on a healthy pet that is transferred to our shelter, but did you know that 48% of all animals that come to ADL need special/non-routine surgeries? Our Extra Care Fund helps those animals and helps us continue to serve the medically needs of the homeless, unwanted, abandoned, neglected pets in San Antonio.

Who: All ages are encouraged to participate. No pets allowed.
When: May 4, 2017.
Where: 11215 Iota Dr., San Antonio, Texas, 78217.
Cost: Admission is a monetary donation given through thebiggivesa.org determined by each participant.
Other Stuff: No water balloons allowed. Water guns must be novelty and not look like real weapons. The Animal Defense League has a zero firearm policy.

You can register to save your place for the world record. You'll make your donation for the water gun fight on May 4, 2017, at the Animal Defense League of Texas.

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You can raise money for the Animal Defense League of Texas and win some amazing prizes through the Fundraiser option on TheBigGiveSA.org! Make sure that you get your friends and family to donate on the day of the Big Give SA! (May 4, 2017)

1st - 3rd Place: -Roundtrip Southwest Airfare for one (1) -iPad (newest generation) -3 night/4 day condo in Port Aransas, Tx

4th - 5th Place: -Bissell Upright Vacuum -Fitbit Charge 2

6th - 9th Place: -Raising Cane’s Gift Baskets

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Even if you can't make it to the water gun fight, you can donate on May 4, 2017, to the Big Give SA and help us save more lives in San Antonio.

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