Debbie Trejo

Kindness & Compassion Movement


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No MORE DYING! No MORE CRYING!!! high school kids ROCK!! This is not an event. This is a MOVEMENT!

Danny Trejo Mural Pacoima CAWhere: We will be located under the "DANNY TREJO " Mural! at Restaurante El Indio,13403 Van Nuys Blvd Pacoima CA.

When: 10:30 am - 6:00 pm Saturday

Hi Friends !!!!!

Please spread the word! Please come by and support our cause! Danny and Debbie Trejo are launching a nationwide campaign to spay and neuter our companion animals!

HELPING PEOPLE to help animals  FOR FREE

K9 Compassion Inc. (www.k9compassion.org) along with Dogs on Death Row (www.DODR.ORG)

Angel dogs foundation (www.angeldogsfoundation.org) and the support of our Dedicated councilmember Richard Alarcon  (District 7)

Together we have joined forces to save millions of unborn pets across America!

We need people with the Balls to help us protect them!!! We will all be present ! We are going “------out”!!!! To save unborn lives!

We will be spaying and neutering approx 60 companion animals, for free, educating people on their pets training, proper diet ,and care.

Restaurante El Indio,13403 Van Nuys Blvd Pacoima CA


Danny and Debbie Trejo to Launch their Nationwide "REAL MEN" Campaign December 17th 2011 in Whittier California

K9 Compassion’s “Real Men” spay/neuter event will take place on

Saturday, Dec. 17, 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.,

Adventure Park, 10130 South Gunn Avenue, Whittier. Get Directions

Real men fix their pets. That’s the message actor Danny Trejo will deliver during the K9 Compassion “Real Men” spay/neuter event at Whittier’s Adventure Park on Dec. 17. Known for his tough, macho image in movies such as “Machete” and “Desperado, Trejo is also a passionate animal advocate for K9 Compassion, a non-profit organization he founded with wife Debbie Trejo.

Sponsored by Dogs on Death Row (www.dodr.org), approximately 50 pets will be spayed/neutered at the Whittier “Real Men” event, which is the kick-off to a national campaign. “We can’t thank Dogs on Death Row enough. They are paying to have all these dogs spayed or neutered,” Debbie Trejo said.

Students from nearby Whittier High School signed up in advance to have their pets fixed after an earlier presentation on the campus by Trejo. “It was the first of many high schools that Danny will be speaking at and offering the students free spaying or neutering for their pets in exchange for their support from now on,” Debbie Trejo said.  “Our goal is to educate young people about the need for spay and neuter, as well as compassion for our four-legged friends.”

According to national statistics, of the 5 to 7 million homeless pets that enter America’s municipal shelters each year, approximately 3 to 4 million are killed. In California alone, approximately 153,000 animals are euthanized at county shelters annually.

The killing of homeless pets is a preventable tragedy, according to Lisa Tipton, executive director of AngelDogs Foundation, the mobile clinic that will provide spay/neuter services at the “Real Men” event on Dec. 17.  “By spaying or neutering just one pet, you are eliminating the potential birth of thousands,” Tipton said. 

Debbie Trejo is excited to have AngelDogs Foundation and Dogs On Death Row on board for the inaugural “Real Men” event. “With their help, we know this event will be successful, enabling Danny and I in our quest to prevent unwanted births and senseless deaths for companion animals,” she said.

K9 Compassion’s “Real Men” spay/neuter event will take place on

Saturday, Dec. 17, 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.,

Adventure Park, 10130 South Gunn Avenue, Whittier. Get Directions


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