Casey - I love visiting my new friend Casey. I really enjoy visiting with all the animals at the shelter, but this little guy is special. There is just something about him that says "Love Me!" He is so calm, so sweet, gentle and loving. He is a senior-age golden cocker spaniel that was found roaming the streets. We have him on medication for an ear infection and he will be healthy soon. He already looks so much better. I think Casey would make a great cuddle bug for a less active household. Please come by the shelter today and see Casey; he needs someone to love him.
Emma - Miss Emma is a5-year-old sweet and affectionate, almost completely blind blue-eyed strawberry blonde flame-point Siamese cat. Because this little lady can only see shadow-like images, she is sensitive to sudden movements and loud noises. She is most at ease in small cave-like spaces made of pillows and blankets. She would love one of those half-dome cat beds where she would feel safe from unfamiliar objects and sounds.
Because of her inability to see, Emma should alwaysbe indoors. She loves company and snuggling next to you for hours, but she is unsure about being held. She would love a home without small children where she could get all the love and attention she deserves. Do you have a room in your heart and in your home for this loving special-needs kitty? Please come see her today.
Introducing "Ageless Companions," because good friends are never far apart - New no-fee adoption program for any adopter 55 years or older for a cat 5 years or older.
Adopt an adult cat today! To qualify for this program you must show proof of age. Everyone wins with the "Ageless Companions" program. Often older cats are overlooked because of the sweet little kittens. This program gives them an advantage. The adopting family receives a great adult pet that is ready to be loved!
Volunteer Appreciation Week - We thank our volunteers! Please know that you make a difference and that you do an outstanding job! Thank you so much!
Please attend one of our Volunteer Appreciation Luncheons - Today or this Saturday, April 29 at the shelter 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Please RSVP to Linda at 665-2476.
V aluable is the work you do.
O utstanding is how you always come through.
L oyal, sincere and full of good cheer.
U ntiring in your efforts throughout the year.
N otable are the contributions you make.
T rustworthy in every project you take.
E ager to reach your every goal.
E ffective in the way you fulfill your role.
R eady with a smile like a shining star,
S pecial and wonderful, that's what you are.
Thank you to Judy and Bob Andrew of THE COTTAGE BAKERY in Long Beach - For donating two cakes for our Volunteer Appreciation Luncheons!
Memorial Day Garage Sale - now accepting donations! We take all clean and "gently used" items. We even take furniture and clean working appliances. One person, one donation truly makes a difference! Thank you so much! Call 665-2476 for info.
Happy Adoption Tails! - Dog Tails: Tasha, Megler, Forrest, Chassie and Lizzie. Cat Tails: Bear and new kitty.
You are invited! May 1 Fundraising Committee - Help us raise money for animals in need. Western Coastal Mortgage (811 Pacific Hwy S No. 1, Long Beach) from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. Bring your ideas to help us raise money. Refreshments will be served.
Shelter Wish List - We are looking for a truck/trailer with side rails to use in the Children's Loyalty Day Parade. We also are in desperate need of volunteers to help with our Memorial Day Garage Sale. Call 665-2476.
Thought of the day - Help us put the human back in humane; spay or neuter your pets.
South Pacific County Humane Society
P.O. Box 101, 330 2nd Street NE
Long Beach, WA 98631
Hours: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tues.-Sat.
Sunday 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Web site: www.beachpets.com
The SPCHS is a 501c-3 non-profit shelter, and is 100 % supported and funded by the community.