Free Lap Dances Volume 3: Hot Tails in the City

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Save Our Strays of the Tri-State is looking for original music for the 2007 release of its next compilation CD - “Free Lap Dances Volume 3: Hot Tails in the City.” Save Our Strays ( was organized in 1998 to help reduce the number of stray cats and dogs in Greater Cincinnati through non-lethal methods. They are a non-profit, 501© (3) organization and do not have a shelter, but instead, foster animals with volunteers. Their goals are to help humanely control the local stray population by using the Trap-Neuter-Return-Maintain (TNR) method for feral cats and to facilitate adoption for domesticated pets whenever possible. All proceeds from the CD will be donated to Save Our Strays.

All genres and styles of music are welcome, but only professionally recorded and mastered songs will be selected. Unreleased, re-mixed, or hard to find tracks will be given special consideration. The compilation will have an original printing of 2,000 copies, with repeat runs expected. It will be distributed and sold at CD Baby, Shake It Records, veterinary clinics, pet stores, and other local Cincinnati retail outlets. Artists will be provided with five free copies of the album for their own use. Free Lap Dances Volume 3 sponsors include Midpoint Music Festival and Shake It Records.

For more information on the first two Save Our Strays compilation CDs - Free Lap Dances, Volumes 1 & 2, visit: Free Lap Dances Volume 1 and Free Lap Dances Volume 2

Cats and dogs go into heat at a young age and reproduce up to three times a year. One cat and her offspring can produce up to 420,000 kittens in seven years. One dog and her offspring can produce up to 67,000 puppies in six years. Over 30,000 pets are euthanized in Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky shelters *every year* and millions more are euthanized nationally. Please spay/neuter!