Akron's wealthy employer InfoCision is likely running the ASPCA campaign again. A commercial fundraiser may safely ignore the DNC registry but not these other words of the FTC:

"... if a third-party telemarketer is calling on behalf of a charity, a consumer may ask not to receive any more calls from, or on behalf of, that specific charity. If a third-party telemarketer calls again on behalf of that charity, the telemarketer may be subject to a fine of up to $16,000."

See discussion under this number: 901-881-9984
 Nov 29th, 2010
Constant calls, several a day sometimes, ever since I had to stop giving evey month because husband went on disability. They never leave a message & the icing on the cake is that the times that we answer the phone they hang up on us.
 Nov 28th, 2010
Caller ID only shows Los Angeles, CA.
 Nov 23rd, 2009
Caller ID showed "ASPCA," but it was "Donor Services," with whom the ASPCA had contracted, calling to renew my monthly donation that had stopped when my old debit card expired and my new one took effect. No big deal. The woman was very nice, as the ASPCA always is. Don't forget--they're calling on behalf of a nonprofit/charity, so they're exempt from the do-not-call regulations.
 Nov 18th, 2009