PetTalk Magazine Cover Reveal Party – featuring “CoverGirl” Cindi Rose!

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PetTalk Magazine is proud to reveal the August 2017 cover featuring Silhouette Artist and philanthropist Cindi Rose as their cover girl for the August Art Issue celebrating Houston Artists and their work including friends such as photographer Debbie Porter and more.

Thursday, July 27
6:00 – 8pm
Ouisie’s Table
3939 San Felipe 77027

Please join us for wine and elevated eats on the beautiful air-conditioned covered patio at Ousie’s table – You are welcome to bring your pets to the party so we can all celebrate together. Our furry family friends lift our spirits, brighten our days and deserve to be honored as well on this very special day!

Talented and giving, cover star Cindi Rose is recognized in the community for many accomplishments including using her talent & tireless dedication to help the greater good. She often donates the silhouette portrait fee to various charities including pet charities such as Citizens For Animal Protection (CAP), & we’re excited to share her story with you! To view Cindi’s silhouette art please visit her website:

Tickets may be purchased via Eventbrite here:

Proceeds from this event to benefit

ABOUT CAP: Citizens for Animal Protection is a non-profit organization, founded in 1972, which shelters, rescues and places homeless animals for adoption with loving families. CAP advocates respect and compassion for animal life and provides humane education to help prevent cruelty to animals.

CAP speaks for those who cannot speak for themselves through the following programs and services: Shelter & Care; Pet Adoption; Spaying & Neutering; Pet Care Counseling; Lost & Found Pets; Feral Cat Assistance Program; Pets for Seniors; Humane Education; and Pet Supply Shop.

CAP offers a range of vital services. But, of course, these services cost money. Your tax-deductible contribution to Citizens for Animal Protection is one of the most satisfying and worthwhile investments you can make for pets and people. Your dollars can mean the difference between life and death for an animal in trouble. Please help us save just one pet or more. In return you get a really good feeling inside. And that, we believe, is the Greatest Dividend of all. For more information please visit

Mission Statement

Citizens for Animal Protection, founded in 1972, is committed to:

  • Sheltering, rescuing and placing homeless animals – relieving animal suffering by preventing animal cruelty
  • Providing humane education to develop an aware and responsive community
  • Advocating respect and compassion for animal life – speaking for those who cannot speak for themselves

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