Hoping FOR A HOME MATCHING PETS WITH PEOPLE
This feature runs each Saturday in the Lethbridge Herald.
Marshall is a young puppy that was picked up as a stray from a northern reserve. He’s everything a puppy “should” be — happy, friendly, playful, curious. It’s impossible to tell how big he’ll grow up to be as we don’t know his exact age and we don’t know what either of his parents looked like. His feet aren’t particularly big so we are guessing he’ll be a midsized adult, but don’t hold us to that. If you adopt Marshall you should be prepared for any sized dog. Marshall may be 100 per cent mutt but he is also 100 per cent love bug. Not only did he quickly worm his way into his foster parents’ hearts, but he has also converted both his foster dog and cat siblings into Marshall fans. He likes to play with toys. Please call 403-359-3139 or visit www.windycityrescue.com for more information.
Nutmeg is a beautiful brighteyed little tortie with lovely markings! She came to the Humane Society this winter when it was so very cold. As a result of the extreme cold, she sustained some damage to the tips of her ears and tail. Nutmeg is a feisty little girl who wasn't going to let injuries keep her down, however, and she’s now healed and getting on with life. Nutmeg is a tiny bit bossy and opinionated, and quite hilarious — she does like to have her own way! She likes to play, and she likes people — generally on her own terms. Nutmeg is spayed and has received all of her shots, she’s “good to go.” Her adoption fee is $220. If you are interested in meeting Nutmeg, you can visit her 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.
A is for Adah. Born in a community colony just five months ago, Adah’s survival was a happy Accident. Having to be placed with a surrogatemother cat, the little kitten was Accepted, and from then on, her development Advanced. White and black, with a bit of a black smudge on her chin, Adah will undoubtedly make an Attractive Adult, but right now is still an Adorable kitten. She is very Active; loving play time, whether with her foster siblings or with humans. And about humans: once she chooses you, Adah will Accompany you everywhere, if you let her. And if you don’t, she will Announce her displeasure. If left on her own, though, she becomes quite Adventurous, and enjoys exploring, as do most kittens. Would you like to find out why we think Adah is A-1? Call the PAW Society at 403-328-6700 or send an online inquiry at www.pawsociety.com. In the meantime, come to the downtown Homes Alive today between noon and 3 p.m., and meet Angel: After All, there is Always room for Another Awesome cat.
Spartacus would like to thank everyone who donated returnables for our monthly bottle drive today. He would also like to invite everyone to the Handmade Market today at Heritage Hall, Exhibition Park. We have a table with lots of unique items made especially for you and your cats. Please go to our Facebook page and website for more information about us and what we do. www.facebook.com/ last chance cat ranch and www. the last chance catranch.com.Thank you to Stranville Living for promoting our cats on your FB page! Thank you to everyone who supports what we do! None of it would happen without our volunteers, fosters, adopters, donors and supporters overall. As a not-forprofit Charity we issue tax receipts to our donors.
Trevor and Norman have become very bonded and need to be adopted together. Trevor was transferred to Purrfect Endings from another rescue. He had been hit by a car and suffered horrible injuries to his face and body including a fractured leg. He has healed up very well and is playful and affectionate. Norman came to us as a tiny baby. He had been attacked by a cat and the puncture wounds had abscessed under his chin. He has recovered from his ordeal and is also playful and affectionate. Trevor and Norman will be up for adoption at Petland in the next two weeks. Stevie is still recovering from having her eyes removed and may need a nasal flush to help with her congestion. We are a small rescue but we take in many severe medical cases. Our bill at Green Acres Animal Hospital is huge and we are in desperate need of donations to help pay it down. No amount is too small. Thank you so much to those individuals who have donated. We have a Paint Nite Fundraiser on Nov. 4 at Pop’s Pub West. Please join us for a night of creativity and fun. For more information call Linda (403 381-9269) or Sam (403 382-0977) of Purrfect Endings Rescue. We are also on Facebook.