Hoping FOR A HOME
MATCHING PETS WITH PEOPLE
This public service feature runs each Saturday in the Lethbridge Herald.
Clarabelle is approximately eight years old. She came to Purrfect Endings Rescue in June 2013 with a badly broken leg that required amputation. Due to her fractious behaviour she has been a resident of Purrfect Endings. Clarabelle is one of three cats that require dental work. We have many permanent residents who require ongoing medical care and/or special food. Our bill is so huge right now and we are in desperate need of help to pay it down. No amount is too small. Donations can be made directly to Green Acres Animal Hospital (403 327-8660); by etransfer: firstname.lastname@example.org or by donating proceeds from bottle recycling at Ability Bottle Depot South. For more information please contact Linda (403-381-9269) or Sam (403-382-0977) of Purrfect Endings Rescue. We are also on Facebook. Thank you so much to those individuals who have donated.
Comet is a sweet, petite young girl with a lovely orange coat and big amber eyes. She likes attention from people, but on her terms; when she has had enough fussing, she moves on to something else. Comet gets along well with other cats in the cat room and would make an amazing addition to any family. Comet arrived at the Humane Society in January 2018. If you are interested in meeting Comet, you can see 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.
Evie and Tallulah would like to thank everyone who made it possible for them to have the surgery they needed to help them feel better. They came into rescue in very poor condition due to neglect and abandonment. Thank you to everyone who supports what we do. You can read more about us at www.facebook.com/lastchancecatranch and www.thelastchancecatranch.com. There are many homeless cats outside in the bitter cold struggling to survive. If you can help them, please do. All rescues in our region are overcapacity and cannot do it all. Thank you to people who care. Your help is urgently needed.
It took 10,000 years for mankind to come up with the idea of sliced bread. Sometimes a great idea stays unthought of for a long time! That’s why Spottie hasn’t been adopted yet. Does he bite? Ha! This grey and white fellow is too happy for that. Is he unwell? Hardly; at about 10 years of age, he’s at the peak of health. He hides away from people? Nope; Spottie loves attention and looks forward to playtime with humans. Fights with other cats? Guess again; Spottie gets along with his feline roommates, and would love a pal to chum around with. Sometimes the best things are overlooked, for no good reason. But there’s always someone smart enough to come up with a great notion, like sliced bread — or adopting Spottie. Are you ready for a brainwave? To meet the best thing since, well, you know, drop by Homes Alive today, Jan. 11 from noon to 3 p.mm. and get to know Spottie. Call PAW at 403-328-6700 or send an inquiry at pawsociety.com. Spottie is a cat whose time has come.
Josie is a seven-month-old mixedbreed girl that was found as a stray with her sister Dolly. She is a fun, happy girl who is a bit shy at first but with a bit of time and reassurance she is your best friend. She loves going to the dog park, playing with her foster sister and cuddling on the couch. Josie would do best in an active home with another dog or two to play with, older kids and someone who is willing to keep working with her to build confidence. Visit www.windycityrescue.com or call 403359-3139 for more information.