CLEVELAND, OH (May 5, 2015)—Beginning at 6 a.m. on Friday, May 8th, Q104’s morning team will broadcast from the Cleveland Animal Protective League to raise money for homeless animals during the 10th Annual Pledge for Pets Radiothon, presented by The PUP Program at Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District. Listeners will be treated to heartwarming stories of survival and happy endings with the hope that they will be inspired to call-in and make a gift that will change the life of a homeless animal.
Listeners are invited to come down to the Cleveland APL, meet the morning show team, and adopt their new best friend. To celebrate Q104’s incredible support of the APL, the adoption fees for cats 5 months of age and older will be $10.40 and for kittens under the age of 5 months will be $104. Hours at our adoption center in Tremont, located at 1729 Willey Avenue, on Friday are 8 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Saturday’s hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Over its ten-year history, the Q104 Pledge for Pets Radiothon has raised more than $1 million for the Cleveland APL and the animals it serves. Cleveland APL President & CEO Sharon Harvey praised the morning show team and the entire Q104 team for their commitment to helping homeless animals. “Please call (216) 566-PETS or (866) 392-PETS and show this wonderful team how much their efforts mean to our community and our animals … and while you’re at it, make a pledge that will make a difference in the life of a homeless animal-or even consider adopting your new best friend!”