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Magali Wright and Morris Animal Foundation Invite You To Join Their K9 Cancer Walk Feb. 18

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Troubled by alarming statistics that reveal 1 in 4 dogs over the age of 2 develops cancer, lifelong canine advocate Magali Wright decided to rally her pet pals. The result is the 2nd annual K9 Cancer Walk in San Marcos on Feb. 18 being sponsored by the Morris Animal Foundation. Wright and Kate O’Brien, MAF events coordinator, team up on this special Oh Behave episode to discuss ways people can take preventive measures to reduce the risk of cancer in their pets and how anyone living anywhere can participate and raise money for this grrr-eat cause!

Kate O’Brien – Events Coordinator, Morris Animal Foundation
After more than four years at the American Cancer Society, Kate joined Morris Animal Foundation as the Events Coordinator.  During her time with the American Cancer Society, Kate served as a grass roots community relationship manager throughout the Denver area and was responsible for outreach and education, volunteer recruitment and management, and the planning and coordination of fundraising events.  In Kate’s current position, she responsible for planning and executing all Foundation-driven events and overseeing volunteer-driven independent events benefitting the Foundation.  Kate is a Colorado native and enjoys spending time enjoying all Colorado has to offer as well as volunteering for several organizations in the Denver area

Magali Wright – San Diego K9 Cancer Walk Chairperson
In February 2010, Magali Wright of San Marcos, California lost her dog, Teeka, to lymphoma just two days after her 11th birthday. Before her death, the thought of cancer affecting her never crossed her mind. Wright knew she probably was not the only one who found out too late to treat a beloved dog, so she decided to educate herself about this horrible disease. That’s when she found Morris Animal Foundation. In May, Wright stepped up as a leader in her community helping raise more than $27,000   for Morris Animal Foundation’s Canine Cancer Campaign an initiative that looks into preventative, treatments and ultimately cures for cancer in dogs.

This year Wright is serving as the Foundation’s chair of the 2012 Morris Animal Foundation K9 Cancer Walk in San Diego and was recently named Volunteer of the Year for the Foundation.

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