This fea­ture runs each Satur­day in the Leth­bridge Her­ald.

Lethbridge Herald - - FAITH PETS -

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.

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