Saturday, May 7, 2011
Friday, May 6, 2011
|KC & AKC are doing great things to support those in need...|
|[Friday, May 06, 2011]|
The American Kennel Club and AKC Companion Animal Recovery are assisting animal organizations in need after the recent devastating tornadoes in Alabama and the South via the AKC CAR Canine Support and Relief Fund.
More about our efforts:
AKC and AKC CAR are reaching out to other groups in Alabama at this time. If you know of organizations in need of assistance, please contact Stephanie Smith at 212-696-8228 or firstname.lastname@example.org
COME BRIBE THE JUDGE AND HELP THE ANIMALS!!
5110 Danneel Street, New Orleans, 70118
SUNDAY MAY 8th
7pm - midnight - Admission Free
Play an instrument? Know any good songs? Do any tricks?
If so, come wow us at our 'Bribe the Judges' fundraiser this Sunday night
on Mother's Day. If Mom loves animals, this is a fun, inexpensive way
to wrap up the day.
Entry fee for performers is $10. We'll pass the hat after each act, and audience members
will 'vote' with their pocket books to 'bribe the judge'. Whichever act collects the most
money for the Humane Society wins! Vegan baked goods will also be available for sale
and we'll have raffles, too! If you can contribute some goodies or prizes to help out,
please contact Emily at 954-600-7022.
Thursday, May 5, 2011
Wednesday, May 4, 2011
From: Elizabeth Gimma [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Tuesday, May 03, 2011 10:07 PM
Subject: Blind & Deaf Kitty Under House
There is a blind kitty under my house. He is gorgeous. I am pretty sure he is deaf too. He is not skinny. I know he is blind because his eyes have that glaze, and when he walks he puts his paw out to guide himself to figure out where he is going. I feed him day and night, fresh water, etc. When I call him, he does not hear, but he CAN feel movement, and he runs further under my raised home. I do not believe he runs because he is feral, but because he is scared (deaf, cannot see, lost). He is as comfortable as possible. My neighbor, Viviana, has put a makeshift bed under the house to keep him comfortable as there are many big boulders and gosh knows what underneath my raised house. Prior to this "bed" we made, i.e., a box, he was perched atop pipes, etc. I can tell he is very lonely, scared, etc. I believe that there is no way possible that this angel could have lived this long as a feral. I believe he is someone's cat. Someone is grieving over the loss of their kitty. I think he somehow got out the door of his owners. He has been under my house since this past Christmas. Location: Hesper Avenue / Helois Avenue near the Lakefront. I don't want to describe him (his colors and markings). If someone is missing a cat of this description, I want them to provide a picture and advise description.
I hope you will post this. This baby is NOT in the best situation, but the best I can provide.
Thank you so very much.
Tuesday, May 3, 2011
Ok peeps, here we go again. Let's see if we can find this baby a furever home. How can people let a dog go after 11 years is beyond me. Give Jacob a call at the safe haven at 504.392.1601 or just email me. Thanks again you all are great...... Donna > > > Someone called me yesterday and asked me to try to find a home for a senior cocker spaniel. She is a spayed female about 11 years old. She was treated for heartworms about a year ago and has been on heartgard ever since. She probably needs shots, definitely needs grooming (picture was when she was groomed). Not matted, but hair getting long. > > > > Sister had problems with husband and he kicked her out. She asked her brother to care for the dog because her kids were very upset that she was getting rid of the dog. Brother has kept dog for about 5 months, but he is older, alone, has a pit of his own and his father's poodle. Can't afford to care for dog properly. Dog is hard of hearing. Sister has since gotten a house, but no fence. Will bring to shelter if they can't find a rescue. > > > > Please contact me if you can help. I will get you in touch with the man. > > > DSchexnayder@sosurg.com,
The Humane Society of West Alabama is assisting victims of the tornado in the Tuscaloosa, AL area. They contacted us today asking we help them network. They are in dire need of DRY kitten, adult cat, and puppy food (they currently have none & demand is high). They've gotten large shipments of adult dog and that's mostly what the public is donating also. They pulled all the kittens and a good number of cats from Metro Animal Shelter in Tuscaloosa to make room for the storm animals.
Since we are in New Orleans, we are asking everyone to please share this note so it can reach people closer to Tuscaloosa. I also read on their facebook page they need flea/tick shampoo and preventative, collars, leashes, bowls. ONLY DRY FOOD PLEASE. Puppy and kitten food, senior food, large breed food, toy breed food, gallon size zip lock bags, leashes, collars, bedding, bowls for cats and dogs, water jugs, plastic containers for food/items.
Humane Society of West Tuscaloosa, 3201 Main Ave (near McFarland Blvd), Northport, AL, 35476.
Maigen Sullivan is the contact and her number is 205-310-6638. Hours are 10-5
They can get mailed donations also (USPS, UPS, & FedEx are delivering). OR go towww.humanesocietyofwa.org and click the donate button on the home page.
We can personally vouch for this group. We worked with them in 2005-2006 with Maddie's Fund. Also we're in touch with some of their volunteers on the ground now.
Monday, May 2, 2011
SpayMart will be opening its “Thrift and Gift Shop” and Second Chance Adoption Center in mid-May. The shop is located at 6601 Veterans Blvd., in the Century Plaza Shopping Center with T.J. Maxx. Store hours will be 10 am - 4 pm, Monday through Saturday.
We desperately need your help stocking the store with quality items, so please share this information with family and friends. All proceeds from the thrift shop will help support SpayMart’s adoption and spay/neuter programs, with the central mission of reducing euthanasia rates at area shelters. We’re looking for kitchen items, such as china, dishware, crystal, glassware, cutlery and pots and pans. Artwork is especially popular, as are books (particularly hard covers), CD’s, and DVD’s. We are also looking for jewelry and accessories, especially vintage or antique pieces, which are extremely sought after. Also, small electronics and appliances in good working order, furniture such as end tables, bookcases, lamps and coffee tables, decorative home accessories as well as linens to include bedspreads, placemats, napkins and other fabrics in good condition. Due to limited space at the shop, we do not take clothing, computers, computer accessories or old TV’s. For more information, please visit our website where a detailed list of our donation guidelines is posted.
Donations will be accepted on Wednesdays and Saturdays, from 1-4pm beginning April 30th. After the store is officially open, (in mid-May), donations will be accepted during normal store hours, Monday through Saturday, 10:00 am - 4 pm. Volunteers are ALWAYS needed. Thanking everyone in advance for their support in making the store a success.