The goal of Petsâ€™ Trust Miami is to stop the killing of 20,000 adoptable dogs and cats in Miami-Dade County each year. On October 5th pm Michael Rosenberg will be â€œchecking inâ€ to Miami Dade County Animal Services where he will live in a cage among homeless dogs and cats to spread a message of awareness that we need to vote for YES for #240 on Nov. 6th. Petsâ€™ Trust Miami Founder, Michael Rosenberg, is a man of his word and truly a dogâ€™s (and catâ€™s) best friend. He is spending this weekend in a cage at Miami-Dade Animal Services on behalf of the Petsâ€™ Trust ballot measure #240 to address the plight of overpopulated, abandoned and homeless pets. Rosenberg will be surrendered (like thousands of unwanted pets each year) and housed in a concrete, chain-link cage for two nights, while Animal Services steps up adoption efforts with a weekend goal of finding â€œforever homesâ€ for the nearly 600 abandoned pets currently in the shelter. Animal Services is reducing adoption fees to $25 on October 6 & 7, 2012. Adoptions and visitation hours throughout the weekend, October 6 & 7, 10:00am-4:00pm.