Hoping FOR A HOME
MATCHING PETS WITH PEOPLE
Dom is a handsome lad and other than the fact that he is an FIV+ boy, he is in excellent health. FIV is an autoimmune disorder and cats with this can live long and happy lives. Dom would be best in a home of his own with perhaps a dog or another FIV cat as he has a tendency to wanting to be the boss per se. Dom was found abandoned in Pavan Park a while back with his friend Tuxi, who is also waiting for her forever home.
Today is the day at Centre Village Mall: ATB is hosting a barbecue fundraiser for us, with vegan options (yeah!) supported by Save On Foods, and LCCR volunteers are in the mall itself with our monthly Adoption and Craft Event. Stop by and visit us and have lunch and pick up some fantastic cat-related items, such as Cat Grass and Kickers. Thank you to everyone who supports our rescue efforts and who donated to our monthly bottle drive last weekend. All of our fundraising revenue goes to the direct care of LCCR rescue cats. We are a 100 per cent volunteer rescue, CRA registered charity and Alberta Society. Enjoy the weekend and come and spend some time with us. Our sweet, little Stevie had surgery, at Green Acres Animal Hospital, this past week to have her eyes removed. She came to Purrfect Endings on July 3, at approximately three weeks of age, after being found at the dump. She was very sick, dehydrated and also blind. Since then she has been doing so well. It is amazing to see how she can adapt so easily to her surroundings. Unfortunately, her eyes have been causing her a great deal of pain and discomfort. Stevie will be up for adoption once she has recovered from her surgery. Although Purrfect Endings is a small rescue we take in many serious medical cases. Over the past few months we have had three major ones. Our bill at Green Acres Animal Hospital is so huge and we are in desperate need of donations. No amount is too small. Thank you so much to those individuals who have donated. Please call Linda (403-381-9269) or Sam (403-382-0977) of Purrfect Endings Rescue for more information. We are also on Facebook. Toulouse is an active, outgoing, mischievous youngster who loves to play! He loves toys like the Cat’s Meow, tunnels and laser lights. Toulouse likes to play with his roommates, too, but is a typical boy and sometimes plays a little rough. He also likes people, when he’s not racing around! He’s about nine months old and came to the Humane Society early this year. He’s looking for his forever home, and for a family looking for a bundle of orange energy! If you are interested in meeting Toulouse, you can visit him at the Lethbridge Humane Society (2920 16 Ave. N. or call 403-320-8991). To view other Haven pets, go to
www.lethbridgehumanesociety.com and click on the Available Pets link. Also check out the Lethbridge and District Humane Society on Facebook. Brothers are marvelous things. Look at Harold and Buddy, grey and white boys not quite five months old. To the eye, they could be hard to tell apart and, indeed, they have their similarities. They both play hard, with energy to spare — they are kittens, after all — but they are both big into cuddletime, too. But no brothers are identical, no matter how they look. Harold is the more outgoing; he wants to be in the action, wherever it may be. At night, he’ll want to sleep on the bed with you. Harold would do fine as an only-cat. Buddy is a follower; he needs a leader and looks to his brother to show him what’s what. Harold learns quickly on his own; he knows what ‘no’ means, and respects it; Buddy will watch Harold for instruction. Two siblings, different and similar, both ready for a home. Will it be a home together? Will it be your home? To meet them, call PAW at 403-328-6700 or send an online inquiry at
www.pawsociety.com. Find out how marvelous these brothers are. The PAW Society's bi-annual Dinner & Silent Auction is on Sept. 29. Details on the website. We’d love to have you with us! Daisy is a very large mixed breed dog around eight months old. She is not for the faint at heart as this girl is rambunctious and has energy to spare — which can feel overwhelming for some just due to her size. She’s super friendly and respectful of new people, dogs, etc. She has a hilarious personality and will keep you laughing with her antics. She walks pretty well on leash (once she’s tired, anyway!) and loves to play. She’ll fetch and play tug and would make a great family pet (due to her overwhelming size and her tendency to act like a bull in a china shop, we feel really young kids might not be appropriate). Call 403-359-3139 or visit www.windycityrescue.com for more information.