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New Client-Partner Announcement: Pet Resource Center of Kansas City

Byrne Pelofsky is thrilled to announce that we have recently partnered with the Pet Resource Center of Kansas City (PRCKC) to help plan, fund and implement a major expansion to their facilities and services. Since 2002, PRCKC (formerly Spay and Neuter Kansas City) has provided a powerful set of services that pet owners in the KC metro need to help keep their pets off the streets, out of shelters and in their homes. These low-cost services include spay/neuter procedures, vaccinations, supplies/resources, support, minor medical care, education and a shoulder to lean on. Their mission is to decrease pet homelessness, increase pet retention and improve the quality of life for pets through education and supportive services for families in need. PRCKC headquarters is located at a busy intersection along Troost Avenue in the 5900 block and their presence has been an asset to this community for many years.

“I was literally ready to sell my car to get her taken care of. A car is nothing. It’s just a material object. But her? She’s my lifesaver.” 

Robert, PRCKC Client

“In a low income area this place is a blessing to pet lovers.”

Maddox, PRCKC Client

PRCKC serves over 35,000 pets annually. That is more pets than all the local shelters combined! But the need for their services and programs is growing at a rapid pace, so they engaged Byrne Pelofsky to advise on an expansion plan that will position PRCKC for long-term sustainability. We are so excited to work with PRCKC as animal welfare causes are close to our hearts (see Exhibit A: The Byrne Pelofsky Office Dogs). There is so much potential for PRCKC to grow. Watch this space for updates on our work with this important community agency.

Exhibit A: The Byrne Pelofsky Office Dogs 

For more information on Byrne Pelofsky’s campaign management and capacity building services, get in touch at 816.237.1999 or 

One Comment

  • Paula stkes says:

    Hi. I’m looking for someone to trap a mother cat
    and a couple of kittens living under my mobile home. I estimated the kittens at 5-6 weeks. It’s awful hot out here and I am concerned for them the mother is ferrel.

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