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Grand opening ceremony of Kitty Hollow Bark Park set for March 23

Fort Bend County Officials and community leaders are inviting residents to join in celebrating the Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony of the Kitty Hollow Bark Park, on Saturday March 23, from 10:00 a.m.to 12:00 noon.  The Kitty Hollow Bark Park is located inside of Kitty Hollow Park, across from Sienna Plantation, at 9555 Highway 6, Missouri City.

This facility is Fort Bend’s first off-leash Park built exclusively for our four-legged family members. The Park is designed to accommodate both large and small breed dogs with mirroring fenced in areas that include: swimming ponds, agility equipment, dog wash, shaded areas, lots of open space for pets to run, and a walking trail for their owners to enjoy.

“I am glad the County had the foresight to create a Dog Park for families in Fort Bend County.  This Dog Park is a welcomed addition to our growing Park system”, says Commissioner Prestage.

Fort Bend County residents have been patiently awaiting the opening of the Bark Park, now It’s Finally Ready! Residents are encouraged to come out to enjoy the festivities and participate in the Pooch Parade, win prizes, enjoy giveaways, great music, and add to the family with Fort Bend County Adopt a Pet Program.

Veterinarians will also be on site to provide pet screenings and answer questions.

For more information contact Brenda Patton at 281-403-8000 or Brenda.Patton@co.fort-bend.tx.us.

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