The Metro will hold its Croquetón 2023; what to bring to the loins

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The Collective Transportation System (STC) will hold its Second Croquetón this Thursday.

The first edition of the Croquetón was in 2022 and is a day of collecting resources, in money and kind, for the benefit of the 27 dogs housed in the Canine Transfer Center (CTC), after being rescued from the tracks of the Meter.

At 11:00 a.m. in the lobby of the Metro Museum, located at the Mixcoac terminal on Line 12, the delivery-reception of the first donation from the Bye Bye Friend association will take place. In addition, there will be two informative talks and sensitization.

At 11:30 a.m. there will be movies and music at the station Shoe of Line 12. Some winning shorts from the Fauna Tepoztlán Animal Festival will be screened in the Metro cinema.

At the Juárez station on Line 3, donations only food and ask for reports on the adoption of the dogs.

“The STC hopes to have the support of the people in favor of the lomitos that reach the CTC after being rescued from the Metro tracks, high-risk facilities for their physical integrity,” he noted.


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