Recently we asked for donations of wet food for our dogs and were overwhelmed with the response we received! Our cabinets are full, the closets are overflowing and we’ve begun to store wet food all over the shelter. Our pups will be pleased as pie for months to come.
Thank you to all of the walkers, runners, vendors and sponsors who braved the weather and joined us for our 24th annual event! Although the weather caused us to reschedule and relocate we were pleased to have everyone come out and help us help the animals.
The students pictured along with 11 seniors graduating from James M. Bennett High School raised $225 for us by drawing charcoal portraits of teacher’s pets. Check out this video of how awesome their drawings are! #ClippersChooseLove
Mrs. Weimer’s seventh grade class at Salisbury Middle School held a raffle fundraiser to help our shelter pets. The group raised over $2,300 and purchased some much needed supplies to help us keep the animals in our care safe, healthy and happy including several new aluminum Kuranda beds. In celebration of the fundraisers success the group visited the shelter and learned about how we operate, the importance of spaying and neutering pets and responsible pet ownership. To add to the fun and excitement of the day, the students stuffed Kong toys, walked dogs, socialized cats and signed one of the donated Kuranda beds.
We are humbled/in awe/grateful for their donation and the animal will benefit from their donations for years to come.