Carma, one sweet dog from across the Columbia RiverCarma is one sweet and lovely lady. She reminds me of a dear doggie friend of mine named Lefty. She is a spayed female adult lab mix with a great personality and charm. She has a nice calm energy level and a beautiful smile. She loves to play ball and likes to talk to you in the cutest voice. She has so much love to give and she would make a wonderful addition to any home. Is there someone out there who appreciates the loving nature of a sweet adult dog? Stop by today and make her face light up with joy and happiness to know that someone wants to make her part of their family. She is waiting for you to take her home.

Did you know that the South Pacific County Humane Society supports and works with other animal shelters to help find homes for animals in need? Carma was a dog in need. She came to us from across the Columbia River at Clatsop County Animal Control Services in Warrenton. By shelters working together, we all save lives! Unfortunately, not all shelters and animal control services are able to keep animals until homes are found. Do you realize that the animals in our shelter stay with us until we find homes for them? We are proud to be a no-kill shelter.

Codi wants to be the apple of your eye!Codi is a feisty 5-year-old spayed short-haired calico cat. Like many adult cats, she gets passed over for the cute kittens. She would like everyone to know that she is wonderful. She just wants to be loved. She likes to have all the attention and doesn't want to share any of it. She is looking for a forever home in a single-cat household. It would make Codi's day to be the apple of your eye. She has beautiful dark markings with orange mixed in. She is just gorgeous! Stop by and see Codi today!

Free fun with dogs, movies and Lewis and ClarkGood times and educational opportunities are abounding this weekend as the Lewis and Clark Bicentennial events get underway. Kids, parents and grandparents, get ready for a great chance to greet and interact with five to seven Newfoundland dogs from the Columbia River Newfoundland Club on Saturday, Nov. 12, at the Lewis and Clark Film Festival Kids Day, held at the Neptune Twin Theaters. This free event starts at 10:30 a.m., and everyone will get to pet the visiting dogs!

Did you know that Lewis and Clark had a dog with them? The dog's name was Seaman. As part of the educational opportunity at the film festival, there will be a 15-minute live reenactment presentation before the first film. The part of Seaman will be played by one of the Newfoundland club's dogs. R.J., an old fur trapper and friend of Seaman, will be talking about himself, fur-trapping and his adventures with Seaman.

Children are being asked to give a warm and happy welcome to the visiting Newfoundland dogs. They will be in the aisles of the theater before and during the first film. They love to be petted and fussed over by children. Please note: All children must be accompanied by an adult.

The Columbia River Newfoundland Club would like to help our local animal shelter by asking for donations of canned or dry pet food for the dogs and cats that are waiting to find homes. Please bring a donation in honor of Seaman to the event.

While you are enjoying these visiting canines, don't forget to visit the traveling interactive and hands-on environment of a National Park on Wheels - Corps of Discovery II: 200 Years to the Future. There will be Historical Reenactments from Nov. 7-15. Open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily.

One person, one donation makes a difference!Calling all bakers, crafters and quilters: we need your help!

Please donate items to our Holiday Gift and Bake Sale. One person, one donation makes a difference! Help us raise money for the animal shelter. To help, call Linda at 665-2476. Donations will be collected until Nov. 18. Spread the word! Do your Thanksgiving dessert shopping and Christmas shopping at the same time at the Animal Shelter's Holiday Gift and Bake Sale - Saturday, Nov. 19, 11 a.m.-4 p.m.!

South Pacific County Humane SocietyP.O. Box 101

330 2nd Street NE

Long Beach, WA 98631

(360) 642-1180

Hours: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday

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