United States Postal Service 2002 Issue
Issued in Denver Co.

The United States Postal Service will issue a new stamp on September 20, 2002 to help educate and Alert the public about animal overpopulation. This is a serious problem in the United States. An estimated 70,000 kittens and puppies are born every day in the United States. Many of these new borns will not find homes and end up being put to sleep or kill on the streets. Spaying or neutering pets helps reduce animal overpopulation, and may extend pet's lives. The United States Postal Service is committed to address this problem by issuing these new stamps. The cute little kitten and puppy on the stamp are sure to draw peoples attention and remind them about Neutering or Spaying their pets.

The stamps can be purchase as a mint pane of 20 with plate number and header, Block of 4, Block of 10, First Day Cover or First Day Cover with a pane of 20. The Printing process use is gravure with plate numbers located in 4 corners.


To order these stamps or to learn more go to www.usps.com. Use the Universal currency conversion tool at www.xe.com/ucc/convert.cgi to convert currency.

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