Dog Lovers In Frisco Called To Action

A Frisco-based dog lovers cafe donates to local shelters according to a Dallas Morning News article from May  10th. In it they say:

“The Frisco Fresh Market is in full swing this month. And with many spring festivities on the calendar, market vendors Winnie Tam and Julian Chung are eager to showcase their unique coffee menu to a big crowd — and bring attention to a cause close to their hearts.

The couple runs Coffee Yan and Paws, a coffee stand at the Frisco Fresh Market that donates to local no-kill animal shelters for every pound of coffee purchased. Tam and Chung, who are originally from Hong Kong, say they drew inspiration for the concept from the pet cafes that are popular in many Asian countries.”

If you want to do something more direct, you can adopt a dog yourself according to a Patch article from May 7th. In it they say: 

“Looking to add a new member to your family and give back to the world at the same time? Then you should consider adopting a pet from a local shelter or organization. Amid the coronavirus pandemic, facilities in the McKinney-Frisco area have dogs, cats and other animals ready and waiting for someone to take them home.

For those looking to adopt, a great place to start the search for a lovable new companion is at Collin County Animal Services, where Bo the dog is waiting patiently, or another local facility. If you aren’t sure if you have time to take care of a pet year round, many shelters also offer opportunities to foster pets until they are placed in permanent homes.”

The article shows pictures and descriptions of a few of the dogs available for adoption in the Frisco area. 


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