Spay and neuter them all


Cashing in on the Pokemon Go craze, receptionist Gabriele Maier at Healthy Pets of Lewis Center decided to have some fun in raising awareness about spaying and neutering pets. Maier got the idea for the sign two days after the game was released. “We all play Pokemon Go here,” she said. The sign can be seen on Orange Road just east of U.S. 23.


D. Anthony Botkin | The Gazette

Cashing in on the Pokemon Go craze, receptionist Gabriele Maier at Healthy Pets of Lewis Center decided to have some fun in raising awareness about spaying and neutering pets. Maier got the idea for the sign two days after the game was released. “We all play Pokemon Go here,” she said. The sign can be seen on Orange Road just east of U.S. 23.

Cashing in on the Pokemon Go craze, receptionist Gabriele Maier at Healthy Pets of Lewis Center decided to have some fun in raising awareness about spaying and neutering pets. Maier got the idea for the sign two days after the game was released. “We all play Pokemon Go here,” she said. The sign can be seen on Orange Road just east of U.S. 23.
http://delgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_DSC_3804F.jpgCashing in on the Pokemon Go craze, receptionist Gabriele Maier at Healthy Pets of Lewis Center decided to have some fun in raising awareness about spaying and neutering pets. Maier got the idea for the sign two days after the game was released. “We all play Pokemon Go here,” she said. The sign can be seen on Orange Road just east of U.S. 23. D. Anthony Botkin | The Gazette
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