Pk HAS Been Found! Thank you for your help.
From Pk’s family:
Pk hasn’t been seen since around 11 PM on May 18th- she’s an indoor cat so this is very unusual. She has long black hair with a white locket and a white spot on her lower underbelly. Pk has yellow eyes, weighs roughly 5 pounds, is nine years of age, and was last seen wearing a blue flea collar with horizontal white ridges. She went missing from Barker St. in Bellows Falls. You can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org, or at 802 463 9156 at any time, if you have information. Any information at all would be greatly appreciated.
Ryan missing in Weston
Ryan got off of his collar and ran off. He has black with white spots near his eyes and around his mouth. He is 10 years old and is neutered.
He was last seen May 12th around the Chester Mountain Road area of Weston VT
If seen please email: email@example.com
Callie went missing from her back yard May 4th. She is a 2 year old dark calico with a pink nose and she answers to her name. If you’ve seen her, please contact her family at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To all of you who faithfully vote daily
…for TARPS in the Petfinder Shelter Challenge. We’ve won the $1,000! This money will go far to pay for vet bills and essentials for the shelter. Please never stop. What seems like a tiny effort provides needed dollars to keep us running.
To all our Bake Sale bakers and shoppers and the volunteers who tend the goods…
Response to Saturday’s Mother’s Day Plant and Bake Sale was great. We raised $300!
To the great volunteers
…who give of their time whether randomly, daily or weekly. So much is getting done around the shelter lately well beyond the monumental daily cleaning and upkeep. Our screen door’s been fixed. A storage closet’s been built in Room 1. The back room seems to change every day. New washer and dryer, shelves, a counter top and mini kitchenette and just this week, a pantry! The border garden has been raked out and starting to grow again. Cat mint has been planted around the catios much to the delight of the outdoor kitties. By the end of this week, a raised bed garden will be planted with veggies and herbs. There is never enough thank yous to express our extreme gratitude.
To our foster families new and old
… how can we say thank you? You are doing a major service for us, caring for our moms, kittens and special needs animals. Our rooms are overflowing and you help ease some of the burden of overcrowding. Plus you take the cats into your hearts and when it is time to let them go to a loving family you use that love to release them a new life.
…who give our animals a home with love.