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Some of the many events PETS attends or shares in to share our message.....
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Strikes for Strays 2017 is OVER& pictures can be found on the Strikes for Strays sub site. See our home page!
Strikes for Strays 2017 is OVER but it was a great event!
The games are over, all the raffle baskets are raffled.
The door prize went "out the door" &
the 49rs tickets have been punted to the winner!
The real winners though are the animals of the Tehama County Animal Care Center (TCACC) as the monies raised will go in part to them for spays, neuters, medical support, transport and more. Thank you all!
HOWL-O-WEEN THANK YOU
A number of the animals at the Tehama County Animal Care Center at 1830 Walnut St., Red Bluff, CA (530-527-3439) had a howl-ing good time this Halloween, thanks to the Fit for a Pit LLC !!!
FIT FOR A PIT’s mission is to promote pit bull-type dogs in a positive light and to educate people about force-free training, exercise and proper care for their dogs, in an effort to decrease the number of owners surrendering dogs to shelters and rescues. They have apparel, exercise equipment, toys, training tools, treats, books & dvds, travel accessories, grooming & wellness products etc.
Staff and volunteers enjoyed dressing everyone up as much as all the guys and gals enjoyed showing off their new duds!!!... You have to agree they look FABULOUS !!!
Again… a large Thank you to FIT FOR A PIT… Hope you had as great a holiday as we did!!
Ya gotta love um! This is a great Video
Exercise in the yard at the Tehama County Animal Care Center
Tehama County Animal Care Center Critter Cards.
Look for these displays at local businesses*.
Collect them, share them, adopt them.......
*Red Bluff health and fitness *California haircuts
*Knicks Family Fun zone
*Aquarium and Pets
HELENA FIRE DONATION DISTRIBUTION - WEAVERVILLE
Officer Mossman of the Tehama County Sheriff’s Office Probation Dept. received a call from Trinity County Animal Services asking for assistance in obtaining pet food to help those affected by the Helena Fire. He called P.E.T.S.
With a huge Thank you to the Walmart Distribution Center whose donations allow us to have resources available to help those in times of need, and to our supporters who through their contributions allow us to function, P.E.T.S. was able to respond quickly to his request.
Within a few short hours and the help of the Probation Department, Officer Mossman was on his way to bring the needed supplies to Trinity County.
Again… a very large THANK YOU to everyone involved …
And for those that may be affected -
At present, the Fire Information Line is : (530) 628-0039, staffed from 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
An evacuation center has been established at the First Baptist Church in Weaverville located at 1261 Main Street (530- 623-4191) across from Suzie's Bakery. Large animals may be taken to Lowden Park located on Washington Street between Hwy 3 and Hwy 299. Animals can also be taken to Trinity High School. For more information call the high school at 623-6217.
Trinity County Animal Shelter is located at 563 Mountain View St, Weaverville, California, CA 96093 (530- 623-1370).
Another great day. Wal-Mart Distribution Center in Red Bluff donated 5 Pallets of pet products for us to distribute to those who need it. Any non profit can contact us to obtain pet food or litter.
Just call 527-8702
Thank you Wal-Mart!
Thank you Sheriff's Dept, Probation!
Thanks tp all you hard workers for the great team work!
Feasting On Kindness
PawPrints Fundraiser at Nu-Way
With a HUGE Thank you to the good people of Los Molinos, the generosity of NuWay Market (8049 State Route 99 E ), and the hard work of the NuWay Checkers, the 2nd annual P.E.T.S. fundraiser really scored!
All the Checkers of NuWay supported this month long event with gusto. Those available for pictures included here are Trish Karnes (runner up for having sold the most Paw Prints), Garret Atkisson, Ashley Ursry, and Mary Jo Limas. Next to them, Beau Patchen(Co-owner) and finally, P.ET.S. Board member representatives, Sharon Russell and Ev McDonough. The Grand Prize winner of the P.E.T.S. gift basket is Michaela Doyl for having sold the most Paw Prints for P.E.T.S. We cannot thank them all enough!
The end-result of all P.E.T.S. fundraisers is to support the various programs offered to help the homeless animals of Tehama County find permanent homes. Present programs funded include:
“Adopt-A –Bully” – Adoption fees are $30.00 for those dogs who look like a "Bully Breed" and have been at the Tehama County Animal Care Center for over thirty days.
“Free Cat Friday” – During the 2nd Friday of the month, cats are free and kittens can be adopted for $10.00.
“A Senior For A Senior” - Adoption fees are $20.00 for Senior Dogs and $0.00 for Senior Cats 6 years and older for senior residents over the age of 60.
“Everyone Needs A Hero” - the spay/neuter and rabies fees of any animal adopted at the Tehama County Animal Care Center by fire or law enforcement personnel working in Tehama County, including volunteer staff, will be paid by P.E.T.S.
And so much more.