Archives for December 2012

Zekey

With the Holiday season upon us I thought about how blessed our family is to have the animals in our lives that we have. I wanted to update you on how Barrett is doing in his new home. We have been calling him Zeke or, as he prefers, Zekey.  He is now a wonderful healthy 100 lbs. He loves to cuddle and give hugs. He also loves to play with his big sisters and has helped them to lose weight. We have recently started taking him out in the field with us and he can’t get enough of running in circles. He has his own fenced in yard and a plethora of toys at his disposal. He still has the naughty puppy habit of chewing some items that are not toys; underwear, bedding, and magazines. He is slowly learning commands and is always happy to make us happy. He can be very protective of us when it comes to strangers, which is something we are readily working on. He loves the cats and constantly tries to play with them. All in all he is a very large ray of sunshine in our house and we have no regrets about bringing him into our lives. Have a happy holiday season.

~Britnea Jones

Happy New Year!

As we welcome in 2013, let us make a resolution to pay it forward to each other in our community.   Doing a good deed one day at a time makes a positive impact on everyone.  As animal  lovers, let us continue to make the difference in the lives of the animals that need a voice.

We made a difference in the lives of many animals in 2012 and we will continue to do so in 2013.  We need your support as a community to continue to work together educating our families, friends and neighbors on the  importance of spaying and neutering all pets.  One good deed a day goes a long way!

 HAPPY NEW YEAR FROM ALL OF US AT PCF!!!!

 Adopted – 495 animals to loving homes.
Spayed/Neutered –  149 animals.  (This does not include cat clinics)
TNR Clinics – Held 13 clinics and spayed/neutered 379 animals.

Giving Pets as Gifts

PCF wants to make sure you do not give pets as holiday gifts.  Please support PCF in educating your family and friends that giving animals as gift is not recommended.  It is hard to resist a puppy or kitten with a bow on its collar, but we want to make sure whoever is receiving the animal actually wants it.  Choosing a pet is a personal decision and should be done by the person who will be responsible for that pet.  Help us decrease the number of unwanted pets by spreading the word this holiday season.

November 2012

PCF is very thankful!!!  We have adopted 24 cats/kittens and 14 dogs!  That is 38 loving new homes found.   This is an example of gratitude and working together as a community.

Lady

 We love having Lady as a part of our family! 
~Scott and Robin Dutt

 

Happy Holidays

It is beginning to look a lot like Christmas here at PCF.  Have you made your list and checked it twice? PCF continues to find many stray and unwanted animals loving homes with your continued support.  Be sure to check out our Christmas wish list, stocking stuffer ideas and holiday cards on our Fundraiser page to help us help the animals in our care.

PCF wants to make sure you do not give pets as holiday gifts.  Please support PCF in educating your family and friends that giving animals as gift is not recommended.  It is hard to resist a puppy or kitten with a bow on its collar, but we want to make sure whoever is receiving the animal actually wants it.  Choosing a pet is a personal decision and should be done by the person who will be responsible for that pet.  Help us decrease the number of unwanted pets by spreading the word this holiday season.