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Our next general meeting is Thursday, January 8th at 5:45pm. It will be held at the SPOT House located at 830 S Spruce, Burlington. All are welcome. Come join the fun!

 Auction Meeting scheduled for January 7th at 6pm.

2015 Election Results
President: Teresa Letellier
Secretary: Beth Rathbun
Bookkeeper: Heidi Espe
Open Board Positions: Carolyn Patterson, Dusty Graham


VOLUNTEER JOB OPENINGS:

Available volunteer jobs include: adoption counselors, cage cleaners, fund raising assistants, janitorial, landscaping, pet fosters. Click here to learn more.

Volunteer Coordinator -
We now have a volunteer coordinator, Sandy Skrabut. Click here to learn more about
volunteering and how to contact her if you are interested in joining us.


PET OF THE WEEK

Cobby

This sweet little fellow was found in a dumpster and immediately stole my heart. He was so thankful for food and warmth and purred continuously. He is a special kind of cat known as a COBBY. He has short, thick and strong legs with large paws. The body is low on the legs, broad and deep-chested. The shoulders and rump are equally massively built. The tail is thick and short, but is in proportion to the cobby body. Cobby has a round and massive-looking head with a broad skull, full cheeks and a thick, short neck. He is so amazingly small for his age. He can't jump with such short legs but does climb. He will never grow to be big and is a rare find. The Cobby breed is not common. He feels solid but really likes to lay on a heating blanket or heat register. It’s the easy life for him! He loves other cats in his fosters home and is a very loving kitty.. Price is $140.


November is Adopt-a-Senior Pet Month. Please consider adopting a senior! Puppies and kittens are adorable, but adopters might be surprised by how much work they require. Choosing an older pet over a younger one can be a smart choice. Seniors are typically more calm and less energetic than their younger counterparts. If you can't adopt, you can still help seniors in need by making a gift.

Usually, senior pets have lived in households their entire life, so they are housebroken, polite, and may even know a few tricks.
Mostly, they just want someone to love. If you can't adopt, please help us continue to save precious seniors' lives and make a gift today.


A Huge Thank You to Banfield for the $6,000 grant to our Sadie Fund! Visit them on their site to see all the great things they do!

CAUSE OF THE MONTH

This month we are asking for:

Bleach and Paper towels

 


Join our organization by downloading, printing and filling out our membership form(80k Adobe Acrobat format) and then mail it to us along with a check for $15 for an individual membership or $25 for a family membership or by using our secure PayPal connection.

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