Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Pet Pantry Outreach is Launching!

Paws2Help Pet Pantry Outreach, founded in Casper, Wyoming, will reach its first milestone with the distribution of approximately 930 pounds of dog and cat food to citizens in need within the community on Saturday, March 2, 2013, commencing with Natrona County Meals on Wheels clients. The Pet Pantry Outreach will hold its official launch and reception at 1:00 p.m. hosted by Greiner Buick/GMA/Cadillac at 6302 East 2nd Street, Casper, WY 82609. The Keynote Speaker, City of Casper Mayor Kenyne Schlager, will be followed by guest speakers from Paws2Help Foundation, Paws2Help Pet Pantry Outreach, Wyoming Food Bank of the Rockies, Altitude Veterinary Hospital and Natrona County Meals on Wheels.

It was after the tremendous outpouring of donated pet food for displaced pets of the Sheepherder Hill Fire in October 2012 that Paws2Help Foundation Founder & President Lisa Craft identified a lack of an in-place organization providing the fundamentals helping feed pets in crisis in Wyoming. That is when Craft came up with idea of forming Paws2Help Pet Pantry Outreach, an organization that provides donated pet food to pet owners served by Meals on Wheels or those seeking assistance through the Wyoming Food Bank of the Rockies who are burdened by tough economic times, a health crisis or some other kind of emergency. Pet Pantry Outreach's mission is to help avoid the surrender of these animals to already overcrowded shelters, prevent them from being set loose to fend for themselves, or taken for euthanasia. Our purpose is to help pet owners keep their beloved pets, as pets are usually viewed as part of the family and often offer emotional support, which is essential to a person's well being. Our mission also addresses the very real problem of Meals on Wheels recipients saving and feeding a portion of their meals to their beloved pets, because of financial stress or the inability to shop for pet food.  We believe that this program will provide a quality pet food diet for the animals and keep the human food where it should be—with the humans who are owned by their beloved pets.

 A Message From The Paws2Help Foundation President
Lisa Craft

Paws2Help Foundation welcomes you on behalf of Pet  Pantry Outreach as we are especially proud of the ground breaking efforts that this special program is helping many families cope with enormously difficult times. Ensuring that our community's companion animals never go hungry is one of the most basic, and most critical, aspects of animal welfare. A person's inability to feed their pet could be due to unexpected bills or expenses, with the situation being temporary. By offering pet food assistance we hope to lessen the burden of homeless pets on local animal shelters and rescue groups. We hope families and individuals are rest assured they're able to keep their beloved pet during their hardship.

We expect to attribute increased donations and dispersals to increased awareness of our services by having several local food banks voluntarily post our advertising on their premises. Paws2Help Pet Pantry Outreach is sponsored by Paws2Help Foundation and a collaboration by the Wyoming Food Bank of the Rockies, Altitude Veterinary Hospital, and Natrona County Meals on Wheels. 

The multi-organization collaboration supporting Pet Pantry Outreach's efforts is what is most exciting - the program has the support needed to sustain itself in the future as well as to expand throughout Wyoming. Towards the goal of expanding throughout Wyoming the Pet Pantry Outreach plans to expand its advertising efforts to increase services to the community.

Financial donations are essential for us to continue to carry out our mission. We are one of a relatively small number of pet food assistance programs throughout the US and have seen the effects of the importance of our mission on the local community. If you are interested in helping the Pet Pantry Outreach or would like more information, please see the Pet Pantry Outreach’s website at paws2helpwy.org or contact the Program Coordinator, Melissa Fenster.

Thank you,
          Lisa Craft, President, Paws2Help Foundation

Monday, November 26, 2012

Black Friday Weekend Benefit Bake Sale

Our donation based bake sale fundraiser benefiting the homeless cats and dogs in Caspers' community raised over $500.00 on Saturday, November 24, 2012. This enables us to continue to fund medical care for the animals in need at Altitude Veterinary Clinic.

Braving the wind gusts and chilly weather our volunteers Jim Craft, Denise Wales Wendinger, Shelley Flowers, Melissa Fenster, Annell Grant, Emily Garner, Tiffany Hockaday and Cristen Larsen brought shoppers attention to the baked goods available during the day-long event. A special thank you to the Salvation Army Bell Ringer who did his part not only in donations, but in promoting our efforts for a good cause. 
Volunteers braving the wind & chill for a good cause!

Our special guests: Spirit and Red! Red did his part in promoting how good the homemade peanut butter oatmeal dog biscuits were by trying to entice shoppers!

Cristen & Red doing their part!
If you missed it here are some photos of the delicious baked breads including Grandma's Banana Bread, old time cookie favorites like peanut butter, oatmeal-raisin, chocolate chip, Peanut Butter Blossoms, dog & cat treats, moist lemon cakes and even a marble paw print cake!

Thank you to the community of Casper, Wyoming, 
for coming out and donating to a cause that is close to our hearts.

Monday, October 1, 2012

How To Make a Donation to Paws2Help Foundation

Paws2Help Foundation, a non-profit 501(c)(3) which provides medical care for the animals housed at Metro and rescued animals, needs donations in order to keep a new program alive. The program is in conjunction with Metro Animal Control &Welfare and Altitude Veterinary Hospital, which ensures that sponsored animals are 100% ready for adoption. This includes a spay or neuter if needed, all vaccinations, a health check and anything else the animal might need in order to get adopted out.

Any donations tax deductible. They can be made through by clicking on our PayPal button:

P.O. Box 4312, Casper, WY 82604  (307) 215-3034


3155 CY Avenue, Casper, WY 82604 (307) 234-7333


We also gladly accept donations of cat and dog supplies, such as wet/dry food, toys, bedding, blankets, cat condos/ dog houses, pet carriers, and much, much more! You may drop them off at Altitude Veterinary Hospital for our organization or contact our telephone number for us to pick your donations up.


Partial-sponsor a cat or dog for $150.00. The business name or indiviual would get recognized on specific News at Noon segment Furry Friday on KCWY Channel 13, and also recognized on a cage card that will be on the animals cage at the shelter.
 Full sponsorship is available for $300.00. Includes the benefits of the partial sponsorship PLUS the business or individual going on television to present the animal!

Your help is greatly appreciated!

Call Paws2Help Foundation at 307-215-3034 or Altitude Veterinary Hospital at 307-234-7333 for more information on donations.

Friday, September 28, 2012

Paws2Help Benefit Auction

We are very excited about items being donated to us for the Auction this coming October 6th! Here is a SNEAK PEEK at just a few!

We are still accepting donations of all items including items for professional services and gift cards until October 1st. If you would like to make a tax deductible donation, please contact us at 307-215-3034 or by email.

Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Casper Mountain: Sheepherders Hill Fire

We apologize for the delay in posting on the blog as we have been focusing our efforts in coordinating the skills and volunteers of all of the animal welfare groups in Casper on Facebook. An amazing outpouring of offers of financial donations, supplies of food, kennels, medical aid, trailers, property and fostering, and donations of hay and other pet products from local individuals and businesses.

Several properties and ranches, including a well-known museum called Crimson Dawn, on Casper Mountain were threatened by the fast moving front fire line, as early as 4:00 p.m. Sunday, September 9, 2012. By the evening Paws2Help Foundation understood that the fire was not going to be contained easily and sent out messages asking other animal welfare groups like The Pet Ring Foundation, Tempest Critter Rescue, and The Hector Foundation, for help. Many of their members were already responding to calls for help and the page helped us relay information throughout that first night - dozens of volunteers raced up the mountain in horse trailers working until 11:00 a.m. (a full 12 hours) until those animals most in danger were moved. Rescue efforts continued by phone, text, but especially through the social media site Facebook.

While the Red Cross helps humans, it does not help pets or other animals nor does it allow beloved family pets in evacuation shelters. This was felt deeply during Hurricane Katrina during city-wide evacuations occurred and pet owners had to decide on leaving their pets or staying risking all. This has not occurred in Casper, nor will it thanks to the compassionate residents offering their homes and property up to displaced family pets from hermit crabs, fish, snakes, hamsters, bunnies, and of course, dogs and cats, and livestock, including llamas, alpacas, horses, mini-horses, goats, and cattle.

The first step to responding to the emergency situation was to obtain horse trailers to help transport large critters down the mountain. Over the last 3 days our 3 phone numbers (our main business line, Lisa's house and cell phone) received well over 1000 calls from neighbor after neighbor offering time, money and supplies. We used our cell phones plugged into every outlet to return calls as quickly as possible while scrolling through the Facebook Page that had been set up Sunday night to coordinate efforts receiving thousands of comments offering the same.

On Monday, September 10, 2012, our own Lisa Craft was interviewed begging residents not to leave their pets behind, help was available for Displaced Animals Seek Shelter Following Casper Mountain Fire. Heavy smoke and ash were causing alarm in Rolling Hills and Glenrock, the nearest towns approximately 19 miles away. The fear was extremely dry brush would alight at Hat Six Road and progress all the way to those towns with the whipping winds accelerating the hotspots faster than could be put out.

On Tuesday, September 11, 2012, the Red Cross opened it's evacuation center at the Army National Guard Amory on C Y Avenue, past Paradise Valley suburb, just before Coates Road. An informational meeting for helping humans will occur tomorrow at Noon to coordinate volunteers. Amongst those volunteers will be our own attending to help ensure evacuees know there is a place to go with their animals instead of being turned away because they have their dogs and cats with them.

This is the information known as of 09/11/12 at 6:00 p.m.  Gaining Ground on Sheepherder Hill Fire.

Paws2Help Foundation put together this flyer to be handed out at the shelter:


Please do not leave your pets behind! Your Casper area neighbors have offered to temporarily foster your pets and livestock. We are also prepared to provide help loading/unloading, transport, and volunteers to help feed, water, groom and exercise large animals.

If you are in need of a foster homes or donations of pet food/supplies due to being displaced please contact us so that we can provide your pets with supplies in this emergency situation. All of the area animal welfare organizations are working together to help your animals as other agencies help you.

We will require you to sign a release of liability/hold harmless agreement, provide your veterinary clinic, and where you are staying as well as your emergency contact. If you have collars, tags and papers on your animals please advise us so that we can make copies. We may provide your animals with a health check to ensure their welfare as well as that of the other animals they may come in contact with during this time.  We will maintain a list of your information, your animals information, and with whom they have been placed and will provide you with that information when a match is made.

Please contact us at:
Paws2Help Foundation, a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation
P.O. Box 4312
Casper, WY 82604
(307) 215-3034 or (307) 265-0387

You can also keep up to date on what we are doing on Facebook: Paws2Help Casper Mtn Fire Rescue Relay page for further information.

Financial donations will given to Paws2Help Foundation to be distributed to foster homes and buy supplies, pay for vets, etc. Make checks payable to Paws2Help or to The Pet Ring Foundation (both qualify for tax deduction).

Donations of pet food/supplies are also being accepted at the following locations:

Jim & Lisa Craft (307) 265-0387
Paws2Help Foundation
3711 W. 46th Street, Casper

Preston Pilant (307) 315-0799
The Smoke Shop (The Pet Ring Foundation)
855 C Y Ave. (corner of 15th St. & C Y  Ave)

Sonya Smiley (307) 234-9633
PetCo (place in bin outside store)
4140 East 2nd Street  Casper, WY 82609

You may make monetary donations via PayPal to help benefit 
displaced animals of the Sheepherder's Hill Fire on Casper Mountain.

Friday, August 10, 2012

Macy's Shop For A Cause

It's taking me a little longer than anticipated due to some personal computer problems. Bear with me, visit our next event occurring on Saturday, August 25, 2012, BUY A SHOPPING PASS and help us with Macy's 7th Annual Shop For A Cause.

Check out the tab for more information! You can buy a pass via our Facebook page or our Paypal. It will take you to the pass you can print out. Or call us and we'll get you a pass for cash. :)


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                          

CONTACT:    Lisa Gillespie-Craft
                        (307) 215-3034


Macy’s helps local charity raise funds and awareness for important cause

through annual charity shopping event

Casper, Wyoming – 08/10/12 – Macy’s will partner with Paws2Help Foundation to invite customers to participate in Macy’s seventh annual “Shop for a Cause” charity shopping event. Macy’s 2012 Shop for a Cause will take place on August 25, 2012; customers can purchase tickets now from Paws2Help Foundation. Macy’s Shop For A Cause is a unique one-day-only shopping event created to support local charities’ fundraising efforts, which have helped raised more than $42 million for charities across the country since 2006.  

“Giving back is a cornerstone of Macy’s culture, and through our annual Shop For A Cause program Macy’s has been able to raise more than $42 million for local and national charities that are meaningful for our customers and associates,” said Martine Reardon, Macy’s chief marketing officer. “We are proud to offer our customers a simple way to make a positive difference in their communities while enjoying great savings at Macy’s. Our customers’ ongoing support is an inspiration, and we hope to continue making an impact for years to come.”

Macy’s has provided Paws2Help Foundation with shopping passes to sell for $5 each. The organization will keep 100% of every ticket it sells. The more tickets sold by Paws2Help Foundation, the more money it will raise!

By purchasing a shopping pass to the event from Paws2Help Foundation, customers support that provides, in conjunction with Popish Veterinary Clinic, medical care for homeless animals and animals at Metro Animal Shelter, while enjoying a day of spectacular discounts, entertainment, special events. Pass holders will enjoy special discounts on most regular, sale and clearance purchases all day.   (Some exclusions apply.)

Paws2Help Foundation provides, in conjunction with Popish Veterinary Clinic, medical care for animals housed at Metro Animal Control and for homeless animals that need medical care before going to forever homes or rescues

For more information about Macy’s Shop For A Cause event, visit macys.com/shopforacause.

About Macy’s
Macy's, the largest retail brand of Macy's, Inc., delivers fashion and affordable luxury to customers at more than 800 locations in 45 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and Guam. Macy's stores and macys.com offer distinctive assortments including the most desired family of exclusive and fashion brands for him, her and home. Macy's is known for such epic events as Macy's 4th of July Fireworks® and the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade®, as well as spectacular fashion shows, culinary events, flower shows and celebrity appearances. Building on a 150-year tradition, Macy's helps strengthen communities by supporting local and national charities that make a difference in the lives of our customers.

About Paws2Help Foundation
Paws2Help is a non-profit 501 (c)(3) corporation, that provides, in conjunction with Popish Veterinary Clinic, medical care, grooming and boarding for animals housed at Metro Animal Control and for homeless animals that need medical care before going to forever homes or rescues.

**Please Note: We are unable to accept relinquished animals. Referrals will be provided to rescues with facilities or to Metro Animal Control, Casper, Wy.**

We value furever homes and will crosspost on our social media if your pet is in need of a home.

Thank you for understanding our primary goal is in providing medical care to provide more adoption opportunities with our limited resources.

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Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Metro Kitty Calli Needs a Home!--ADOPTED!!!

This is Calli, she is a beautiful long haired calico who came to Metro as a stray on September 3, 2011.  We found that she had already been spayed but we gave her her necessary vaccinations and a good grooming!  She is about 3 years old.  Her FIV/FELV test came back as a weak false positive.  This means that she MAY carry a weak strain of the disease that could be passed to kittens-but since she is spayed, no worries!  She is very healthy now and will be for many years to come.  She is a quiet kitty and enjoy sitting on laps and just being loved.  Contact Metro at 235-8398.

Metro Kitty Redman Needs a Home!

This is adorable Redman with his beautiful blue eyes and chubby cheeks! He came into Metro on Aug. 25th as a stray. P2H has recently sponsored him and he's been neutered, vaccinated, tested NEGATIVE for FIV/FELV, and given a clean bill of health. He's about 4 years old, and very affectionate and playful. Won't you please adopt him today? Contact Metro at 235-8398.

Monday, October 24, 2011

Precious Little Injured Metro Kitten Needs a Home

This lil kitten (we're pretty sure it's a "she") was just pulled from Metro because she came in with an abscess wound and needed medical care and twice daily hot packs. So, she's in foster right now until next Tuesday, but then her foster mom is leaving town so I'd LOVE to have a home for her by then. What a doll! Please contact me if you're interested. We think she's about 5 months old.  Lookit this FACE!!!

Wednesday, September 21, 2011


This is Bolt.  He's between 1-2 years old, neutered and up to date on vaccinations.  He's been at Metro over a month, because his family could no longer care for him.  He's very sad and not doing well in a shelter environment.  He walks well on a leash and loves to ride in the car.  He knows basic commands. He loves all people and gets along well with other dogs and cats. Won't you please contact Metro today to adopt him?  235-8398.

Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Precious Mack the Metro Cat Needs a Home--ADOPTED!!!

This is Mack. He's a 2-3 year old long haired tabby.  He's very, very sweet and playful!  He's been in the Metro shelter since July.  He's also litter box trained and has no behavioral issues.  He has been neutered, fully vaccinated and tested NEGATIVE for FIV/FELV, and received a clean bill of health! Please contact Metro at 307-235-8398 to adopt him today!

Monday, July 11, 2011

Lovely Abby Dog Needs a Home!---ADOPTED!!!

Abby went to the Animal Adoption Center in Jackson Hole and got an AWESOME furever home!  Yay, Abby!!

Abby is about 2 years old and has been at Metro for over a month.  When she came in as a stray, it was obvious that she had recently had puppies.  Paws2Help and Popish Vet Clinic have sponsored her and she has recently been spayed, fully vaccinated, groomed, and heartworm tested.  She loves EVERYONE and has no behavioral problems.  She's a truly, sweet, sweet girl who needs a home.  Every time you go by her cage, her eyes beg you to take her away from the shelter.  Please contact us at paws2help@bresnan.net or Metro Animal Shelter at 235-8398 for more info on Abby.

Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Paws2Help Garage Sale and Benefit Dog Wash!!

P2H annual garage sale preview Friday night, July 22nd, from 6-8 p.m., cost $5 & the main garage sale Sat. the 23rd in conjunction with Popish Vet Clinic's dog wash to benefit P2H! There will be dog wash, food, garage sale, fiddle music, face painting, silent auction items & prizes, all to benefit the animals! If you have donations or would like to volunteer for this event please call us at 265-0387 or email us at volunteerp2h@bresnan.net!

Friday, July 1, 2011

Fiber Artist Supports P2H All The Way From Pennsylvania!!

Please check out Retta's Etsy page! If you're a knitter or a spinner she has GORGEOUS fibers! AND she's donating a portion of all of her kitty inspired colors to Paws2Help!! We just received our first donation from her! Thank you SO MUCH, Retta!  

P2H Supporter, Spinneretta's Esty Shop

Wednesday, June 15, 2011

P2H Metro Sponsored Kitty, Lil' Bit Needs a Home!

As you can see, Lil' Bit hasn't had an easy life.  She came into Metro on May 15th as an injured stray.  She's been to the vet, and her injuries are not serious and will heal with time and love.  She's been spayed, vaccinated and tested NEGATIVE for FIV/FELV.  She's a very sweet kitty, but she's been through a lot and needs a lot of love!  Won't you please give it to her?  Please contact Metro at (307) 235-8398 to adopt Lil' Bit.
And here is Lil' Bit's tv appearance last week on Furry Friday, too!!
Lil' Bit-Furry Friday

Saturday, April 23, 2011

Metro Kitty Deuce Needs a Home!!--ADOPTED!!!

Deuce is about 9 months old, has been neutered, vaccinated and is feline disease NEGATIVE!  He has no behavioral problems, likes other dogs and cats and is very affectionate and playful!! He has personality PLUS!!  Deuce is in foster, so please contact Paws2Help to adopt him!

Sunday, April 17, 2011

Chelsea--P2H Sponsored Metro Dog Needs a Home!--ADOPTED!!!

Chelsea is a P2H sponsored Metro dog. She is a year and a half to two years old. She is absolutely beautiful, and smart and sweet--she loves to go for walks and to be petted. She thinks she's a lap dog. She has been spayed, fully vaccinated and canine disease tested NEGATIVE. She knows basic commands of sit, stay, and shake. She is house trained and crate trained. She does not run off when unleashed. The ONLY problem with Chelsea is that whomever had her, was apparently not very nice to her and has made her VERY food aggressive around other pets. I believe that eventually she would get over this, but it isn't safe to have her with another pet at this point. And it may not be a good idea for her to be around small children that might try to take a treat from her.
I CANNOT STRESS ENOUGH THOUGH, WHAT A WONDERFUL DOG SHE IS!!! For an adult, as an only pet, she would be absolutely perfect! I would keep her myself, except I have other pets.
PLEASE cross-post this to everyone. Transport is available. She is the SWEETEST of sweet dogs and it breaks my heart to have to send her back to Metro. There HAS to be someone out there who would be a perfect fit for this lovely girl.
Contact me for more information.

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Hugo the Paws2Help sponsored Metro kitty--ADOPTED!!!

Click the link below and watch the news video of the latest Paws2Help sponsored kitty.  Hugo is between 1 and 2 years old and has been neutered, tested negative for feline disease, vaccinated and groomed.  He is a very laid back sweet kitty.  If you like BIG FLUFFY kitties, this guy is for you!  He looks to have some Siamese in him, as his eyes are blue and he definitely has flame colored points.  Contact Metro Animal Control and Welfare at 235-8398 and his adoption fee is only $35.00!

Found Kitty

This kitty just "showed up" on a gal's back porch and needs to either be reunited with his owners or needs a new home! He is a loving, playful, tuxedo kitty with a great personality. Contact us and we will put you in touch with the gal that this cat discovered on Monday.

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Face Painting Fun to Benefit Paws2Help!

Join us this coming Saturday, April 16th from 11 am til 2 pm at Blue Heron Books & Espresso in the Atrium Plaza for FREE face painting during the Downtown Merchants Easter Egg Hunt!! Tips accepted and very much appreciated--100% go to Paws2Help! A HUGE THANK YOU to Mary Ann Budenske for offering to do this great fundraiser for us!!

Hugo Available for Adoption---ADOPTED!!!

Hugo is next to be sponsored by Paws2Help. Hugo is 1.5-2 y/o domestic longhaired cat. Hugo has been neutered, vaccinated diseased tested negative and groomed. If you are interested in adopting Hugo contact Metro Animal Control and Welfare at 307-235-8398/307-235-8399 or visit http://www.petfinder.com/petdetail/19225486.

Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Casper--LOST KITTY!! Please help!!

Hi All, I was contacted tonight by a lady who lost her black kitty around Coffman street here in Casper about two weeks ago. This is what she writes:

Emma is spayed. Weighs about 6.5 pounds. She is short haired all black with small white patch on her chest and her middle toes of back feet are white. She is very affectionate and cuddly. She is up to date on shots.

I don't want to post her number all over the internet, but if you have any info about this kitty, please contact me right away and I'll put you in contact with her family. She is VERY missed! Please help! Thank you!

Monday, April 4, 2011

Senior Dogs Needs a Home!

Her history is sad, my son adopted her (in 2002) and she went to work with him, rode in the back of his truck etc... Then he went to work in the methane field he put her in a pen for a few years then came home from Methane and had a new dog which now goes with him in the truck and lives in the house. I feel very bad as he was not raised to treat animals this way. My husband and I tried to keep her but she is territorial with my back yard and does not like my husbands boxer. My husband says I must find her a home. The shelter here cannot take her, she is on the list for the Sheridan Shelter, Gillette said they would euthanize her. I must find something for her this week. thanks for your help. Dana

Tuesday, March 29, 2011

ADOPTED: Kitty needs to be Adopted

Hi! My name is Kitty. I was hit by a car and Popish Veternary Clinic fixed my broken leg. While recuperating I showed them just how darn cute and loveable I am. Oh yead did I mention I'm smart, funny and have a great personality? (My leg is healing well but I would need to be an inside cat.)

Sunday, March 27, 2011


Chelsea was just ADOPTED!!!! She is going home with a very nice couple and a new friend! "Colter" is an 8 yr old Eng. Springer Spaniel who lost his last companion in July 2010 and him and his family were finally ready to fill the void!!! YIPPEEE for Chelsea!

Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Metro Pet Sponsorship Program

I am in AWE of how great this program works!! Now if we just had enough money to do them all! Chelsea got taken care of today and she'll go on tv with us Friday! We need sponsors!! Partial sponsors! LOL I'm so happy for her....in a cage since Nov. 17th and she's in a home now!

Muffin Adopted

MUFFIN GOT ADOPTED AN HOUR AGO!!! I don't have details but it's an older lady! I'll post more when I talk to Rick tomorrow! YAY!!!!

Muffin, Paws2Help Metro Sponsored Pet

Here is Muffin, our Paws2Help Metro sponsored pet. She's between 1 and 2 years old, spayed, declawed, current on all vaccinations and has tested NEGATIVE for all feline diseases. She's been at Metro since Nov. 17th, which is a long, long time for a kitty to be in a cage. Won't you please give her a loving, furever, INDOOR home!? Contact me at paws2help@bresnan.net or Metro at 235-8398. Transport can be arranged for adopter.

Monday, March 21, 2011


Muffin was featured in this week's e-WOOF newsletter.

Saturday, March 19, 2011

This is Chelsea (Auntie Cheryl named her!) I think she's feeling better after suspending the antibiotics earlier today. She's our next sponsor dog, to be spayed and vaccinated Tuesday and on the News 13 noon show on Friday the 25th. SHE IS A DOLL!! What a sweet girl. I'd say no older than 2 yrs old by looking at her teeth. PLEASE DONT FORGET ABOUT MUFFIN THE CAT!!!