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The CASPCA Board of Directors announced Monday, Jan. 25 the appointment of Jackie Bright as its new executive director. The choice was made after a national search and selection process. Bright will begin in her new role on Feb. 22. For the past five years, Bright has served as executive director for Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Central Blue Ridge. Her résumé includes 10 years of executive planning, administration, communications, marketing and fundraising experience in the non-profit sector. BOARD OF DIRECTORS Glenn Rust, Chair Barbara Millar, Vice Chair Lisa Ross Moorefield, Secretary Scheline T. Crutchfield, Treasurer Jenn Corbey Rebecca Tarkington Craig Erin Davis, DVM Ethel deNeveu Tom Fitch Suzanne Owen Rhonda Quagliana Mark Sackson Phil Shiflett Kevin Stiffler, DVM, Diplomate ACVS

MAIN FACILITY 3355 Berkmar Drive Charlottesville, VA 22901 (434) 973-5959 (Phone) (434) 973-5271 (Fax)

Open Daily for Adoptions: Noon to 6 p.m.

Adoptions: (434) 973-5959 Donations: (434) 964-3320 Spay/Neuter: (434) 964-3333 Humane Education: (434) 964-3322 Volunteer: (434) 964-3331 Foster: (434) 973-5959 Pet Behavior: (434) 964-3314

Jenn Corbey is passionate about animal welfare, having most recently adopted from our shelter a Chihuahua-terrier mix named Spencer that she lovingly calls a “CASPCA Special.” Her soft spot for animals has made her a terrific supporter in the past—most recently, she served as Co-Chair of our 2015 Critter Ball. “My love for animals drives me to work hard to make their lives better,” Jenn says. She also owns a Boston Terrier, Patten, and she’s lived with her family in Charlottesville for 17 years. When she’s not volunteering at Charlottesville Catholic School, she works as a fitness instructor at acac Fitness & Wellness Centers and EDGE studio. She enjoys watching the Pittsburgh Steelers, cooking, traveling and spending time with her family. “I’m excited to join the board. It’s good to be a part of all the new and exciting changes taking place at the shelter.” Tom Fitch grew up in the Charlottesville area and attended the University of Virginia for his undergraduate and graduate degrees. He currently is the Associate Dean for Career Services and Employer Relations at the McIntire School of Commerce at UVA. After college, Tom served as the Executive Director of Downtown Charlottesville, Inc., where he helped create Fridays after Five and many other community events. He has been on a variety of local non-profit boards and committees. In his free time, Tom enjoys gardening and spending time at the beach. His family includes Kenny, Sweet Pea and Gerty. He has always had dogs in his life, and he’s looking forward to assisting the CASPCA as a new board member. Mark Sackson, his wife and children live on a farm in Keswick and have a variety of animals, including 11 CASPCA-adopted cats and five dogs. One of those dogs, Marty, is a CASPCA adoptee and the 2015 Critter Ball Best in Show winner (see more about Marty on Page 8). The family also has four guinea pigs, also shelter adoptees. They have a pony, a miniature horse and are in the process of adopting a rescue horse. For many years, the Sackson family was involved with the SPCA in New York City and have adopted several cats from that organization. When they moved to Charlottesville about 11 years ago, they immediately became involved with the CASPCA—whether adopting animals, going to benefits or directly giving. “We are firm believers in the No Kill philosophy, which is a strong part of the CASPCA’s attraction,” Mark says.


2,503 Pets adopted

Pets spayed/neutered



Pets microchipped


Life-saving surgical procedures performed


Adoption outings


Educational visits & tours held

235,262 Pet meals served


Times animals entered foster care


Lost pets reunited with their owners


Pet Therapy visits


Children attended birthday parties


Children participated in a CASPCA camp



Email subscribers


Generous donors


Adult volunteers gave more than

31,000 hours


Facebook likes

140,000 Website visitors


Jr. volunteers gave more than

1,000 hours



WHAT IS THE LIVE RELEASE RATE? We collect and report our shelter statistics using a nationally recognized data matrix called the Asilomar Accords. We track and compare our progress through our Annual Live Release Rate, which is the rate of live outcomes for all cats and dogs that enter our care. We have had a Live Release Rate of 95 percent for the past three years.

IS THE CASPCA AFFILIATED WITH ANY NATIONAL ANIMAL-WELFARE ORGANIZATIONS? No. Like most local animal shelters, the CASPCA receives no ongoing funding from the ASPCA or the Humane Society of the United States.

Celebrating 10 years as a No Kill organization

The CASPCA is proud to be among the first No Kill organizations in the country. Our shelter has paved the way for a brighter future for our canine and feline friends, striving to eliminate animal suffering while ensuring pets get out of the shelter and into loving homes. An organization can’t just call itself “No Kill.” It has to meet certain criteria— according to esteemed animal-welfare organization Maddie’s Fund, “No Kill” means a “shelter saving both healthy and treatable dogs and cats.” The No Kill movement originated from San Francisco in the ’90s and has become a gold standard among shelters nationwide. Our shelter has exceeded this standard for 10 years, and in so doing, has found homes for more than 30,000 animals, reunited over 6,500 lost pets with their guardians, and spayed/neutered more than 50,000 animals to reduce

overpopulation. This is all the more impressive considering the CASPCA serves as the pound for the City of Charlottesville and the County of Albemarle, welcoming animals other shelters might turn away. Our commitment to spaying/neutering every animal we see prior to adoption has been essential to achieving our No Kill mission. Additional initiatives, such as our Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) program, also have been helpful. The TNR program empowers animal lovers to use cages provided by the shelter to capture and bring community cats to our clinic for basic care, minimizing uncontrolled breeding while preventing life-threatening diseases and infections. One of the most important moves the CASPCA made to become a No Kill organization is the expansion of its foster program. When the CASPCA became a No Kill shelter in 2006,

more than 1,500 animals were placed in foster care, almost three times as many as in 2005. A strong network of fosters allows the shelter to avoid overcrowding, giving animals a loving place to live while on the way to their forever home. Getting healthy animals in need of extra attention into foster homes also helps free up space in our facility, so we can continue to keep our doors open to as many dogs and cats in our region as possible. “The foster care program has enabled us to treat more complex medical conditions that we may not have been able to do in-house,” says Director of Operations Heather Sullivan, who has been with the shelter for more than 10 years. Sullivan says the foster program’s growth has been essential to the shelter’s continued success. “The program has evolved from just addressing medical issues to now providing alternative housing for animals stressed in the shelter environment.”

The CASPCA has been caring for animals for more than 100 years and has operated as the pound for the City of Charlottesville and the County of Albemarle since 1956. It is not affiliated with any national organization, such as the ASPCA, and relies on donors to fund its many programs and services. In recent decades, it has become a nationally recognized animal-welfare organization, receiving awards for its achievements from well-respected activist groups, including Maddie’s Fund. Additionally leading the way toward our No Kill achievement, the shelter made a big move in 2004 from a building that had once been a chicken coop to a facility on Berkmar Drive that includes a six-acre campus with dog-walking paths and increased space for its animals and staff. In 2006, under the leadership of then-Executive Director Susanne Kogut, the CASPCA became a No Kill organization, securing its status

The Charlottesville-Albemarle SPCA is an open-admission facility. We take in all animals brought to us by city and county animal control officers and strays brought in by the public. We take animals that owners want to surrender, although an appointment is required.

as a trailblazer in the animal-welfare community. “We can’t emphasize enough how much our passionate community of supporters have helped us achieve and maintain our No Kill status for 10 years. Without the dedication of so many who care deeply about the animals we help, we never would have been able to reach this tremendous milestone,” says CASPCA Board Chair Glenn Rust. But there is more work to be done. How can you help? Tell your friends, family, co-workers and neighbors about how important it is for them to spay and neuter their pets to discourage uncontrolled breeding and combat animal homelessness. Adopt one of our animals, volunteer at our shelter, support us with a generous donation or give your time as a foster. Together, we can continue to make a difference for the dogs and cats in our community.

SPCA RUMMAGE makes a jump to an exciting new location

The line of shoppers waiting to get into a SPCA Rummage sale!



SPCA Rummage sales often would fill empty grocery stores and warehouses.

Imagine winding lines of families, eagerly awaiting an opening. This isn’t the opening of the latest cinematic blockbuster they’re anticipating—it’s actually the opening of one of the CASPCA’s famous Rummage sales, which for decades attracted crowds of animal supporters looking for great deals and a way to show their love for our cause. The first Rummage sale to benefit CASPCA animals took place in 1940 and raised $40. In the decades that followed, the six-week-long annual sales event raised more and more needed funding for the CASPCA— so much so that after the 2005 sale brought in more than $200,000, a coalition of board members and staff opened SPCA Rummage on Preston Avenue in 2007.

Our new location at 199 Zan Road

The SPCA Rummage store has continued to grow since, with its newest move from Preston Avenue to a larger location in the Seminole Square Shopping Center representing another bold step to maximize the love our supporters share for the store and for our animals. The Rummage sales and store have long been examples of community pride producing real results for the CASPCA. For more than six decades, the sales were hosted in vacant buildings, such as closed grocery stores, in and around the city. Not only did these sales mobilize a hundred volunteers to assist with each event, but they also struck a chord with a community wanting their donations and purchases specifically to help the animals at the CASPCA. Volunteers returned year after year as well— bringing to the table their own special expertise on different goods offered, such as books, electronics and clothing.

NOW OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK! 199 Zan Road Charlottesville, Virginia Seminole Square Shopping Center

Store Hours: 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. daily

Donation Drop-off Hours: 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. daily This latest expansion to 199 Zan Road in Charlottesville has allowed Rummage Store staff to accept even more items with a more expansive space to sort and organize donations. An entire room is devoted to testing electrical equipment; there is ample space for comfy reading chairs in the book section; and an additional dressing room makes shopping faster for those on the hunt for clothes. There is a boutique book section, and increased space for shoes that will allow staff to organize them by size. Also in the works is a new sales system in which items will be reduced on a monthly basis to ensure old items are off the sales floor, making room for new merchandise.

Stop by our new cat room to mingle with friendly adoptable felines!


SAM STOVER Since she was a kid, Sam Stover knew she wanted to work with animals. Cats, dogs, cows, chickens and pigs—she grew up surrounded by creatures big and small on a farm in White Hall, Virginia. That’s why it was no surprise she began her time at the shelter as many other animal lovers do: as a passionate volunteer. A year later, in 2005, she was offered a position as an Animal Care Senior Assistant. Since then, Sam has seen tremendous change at the shelter. She is particularly proud of when the shelter acquired its No Kill designation in 2006, having witnessed the impact such an achievement has had on the animals in our community. What’s a common misconception about the CASPCA? Sam says many assume the animals at the shelter are cooped up all day. The truth is while the goal is for all of them to leave the shelter for loving homes, the animals do enjoy play groups, walks and socialization during their time at the

“Sam is an asset to the CASPCA. She’s hardworking, dedicated and loyal. She goes above and beyond on a daily basis and always provides the utmost care to the animals.” —The Animal Care team

CASPCA. “They do have fun here,” Sam says. An issue dear to her heart is spreading awareness about animal neglect, specifically urging owners to bring outdoor pets inside responsibly and discouraging chaining. Today, Sam lives in Earlysville, and she says her daughter, Katy Louise Stover, at 4 years old, already is following in Mom’s footsteps as an animal lover. Thanks, Sam, for your decade of dedication to the CASPCA mission and for all you do for the animals!


CRITTER BALL Our supporters came together Saturday, Oct. 10 at the Omni Hotel in Downtown Charlottesville for our biggest annual fundraiser. The 2015 Critter Ball was a stellar event for all the animals we help, with more than $200,000 of net proceeds raised to help the animals. Guests gave for specific causes, such as our art camp for at-risk youth and our spay/neuter initiative. They also enjoyed fantastic food, bid on auction items and danced the night away in high style. The Olate Dogs, winners of 2012's America's Got Talent, delighted the crowd with a high-energy, acrobatic performance. “We’re thrilled by the outpouring of support from our community to make our Critter Ball event such a success,” said Angie Gunter, director of development at the CASPCA. “None of our shelter’s work for homeless animals would be possible without successful events like these.” But the night wouldn't have been complete without the announcement of our Best in Show winner. Emcee Sharon Gregory (NBC29 WVIR anchor) presented Liza and Mark Sackson with the big prize on behalf of their beloved CASPCA adoptee, Martin. Look for Martin, our reigning 2015 Critter Ball Best in Show champion, in the months to come as he helps us in our mission to spread awareness about animal-welfare issues, making appearances at events and in the media.


THE 2015 BEST IN SHOW CRITTER BALL CHAMPION I’m Martin Sackson, the most lovable senior rescue from CASPCA. What won me the trophy at 2015’s Critter Ball? Maybe my skills as a rabbit chaser got me first place. Or perhaps my porch-patrol prowess was what won over the crowds. Regardless, I’m proud that I took the gold, and I’m proud to be a CASPCA dog, too.


When Wishbone was brought to us as a stray this past February, the severely malnourished Jack Russell Terrier weighed just 10 pounds. With skin infections, hair loss and toenails so long they had grown into each other, his condition was deplorable – and yet this sweet terrier never failed to greet everyone he met with a kiss and a tail wag. But Wishbone’s health troubled our staff even more when they observed the little dog limping. Director of Veterinary Services Dr. Kristen Scheller ordered radiographs, but when the results came in, she ruled out any injuries or fractures as the cause. Still, little Wishbone’s condition seemed to worsen — his limp would switch from one leg to another every couple of days, and he was clearly in a great deal of pain. Dr. Scheller determined his pain must be the result of polyarthritis, and prescribed multiple medications. To our clinic’s relief, the medications, combined with close observation and care, helped Wishbone bounce back, slowly strengthening and regaining the ability to move normally. This happy-go-lucky man then caught the eye of a dedicated volunteer, who offered to take him home as a foster animal. Wishbone did so well in her home that when this little guy had fully recovered, her son, who had fallen in love with the terrier, adopted him.

Wishbone when he was brought to the shelter

Wishbone today

A happy tail testimonial From Wishbone’s owner, J.J. Williams: Wishbone isn't the kind of dog most people picture in their heads when you say, "Jack Russell Terrier." You can see the terrier come out in him whenever his eye catches a squirrel, or when he decides a particular truck is too large, or a motorcycle too loud. Believe me, in those moments, you'd never want to let him off of the leash. But when we first brought Wishbone home, he was actually somewhat timid. We had been advised that he wasn't a cuddler; he loved people and was most happy being around them, but was most content to spend his time at your feet. In fact, it was difficult to keep him on the couch, or on the bed, for more than a few minutes without the poor guy stressing out and insisting on being let down. You'd never know that now. Wishbone's favorite thing – well, second favorite thing – is cuddling. He sleeps in the bed with us every night of the week and loves nothing more than a lazy Sunday. His absolute favorite thing? Bacon, of course.


Meet our new behavior coordinator Our new behavior coordinator, Kelsey Cowger, is an exciting addition to our shelter staff, having worked at Best Friends Animal Society in Utah and attained special certification for dog training. But Kelsey also has a less traditional background that might come in handy as she works with our dogs and cats—she once was a music history professor. “Working with animals is not as different as you’d think!” Kelsey says. Kelsey strongly believes in making animals, like her former music students, participants in their own learning. She’s an adopter of the “clicker method,” whereby a clicker is used to mark the second an animal performs a desired behavior. “It’s super rewarding for the animal and respects the animal,” she says. It also relies on positive reinforcement and has a proven record of improving animal behavior. Kelsey has four dogs – Lucy, Nellie, Widget and Nimbus – and two cats – Emmett and Finnigan. She’s thrilled to be in Charlottesville and to join the CASPCA team. “A big attraction was the organization’s No Kill status, combined with its open-admission policy,” Kelsey says. “The amount of community support is really heartening. It’s awesome that we have this incredible, giant volunteer base. It gives us a really good position to do innovative, progressive work.”



A recent study at Harvard University found that spending 10-15 minutes with an animal increases endorphins, brain chemicals associated with positivity, and decreases the levels of a chemical called cortisol, which contributes to stress. This finding is of particular note for teens, as many experience high levels of stress, and animal-assisted therapy has a profound impact in calming them.

The CASPCA has partnered with Community Attention Foster Families (CAFF), which has been providing foster care services in our area since 1976, to bring at-risk teens to our shelter to interact with our animals. “Animals are more than just companionship; they can be healing,” says Elizabeth Williams, a senior family service specialist for the City of Charlottesville. “Our partnership with the SPCA allows our at-risk and underserved youth to connect with animals that are also in transition and unsure about what is next. It’s incredibly therapeutic and an amazing opportunity.” CAFF works with children of all ages, providing short, long and permanent placements for children. The majority of the children that CAFF work with are survivors of abuse and neglect. Many of them also have emotional problems, behavioral problems, school difficulties, developmental delays or are in sibling groups that need to stay together. While visiting the CASPCA, the teens interact with adoptable animals, learn about animal care and health, what it takes to be a responsible pet owner and spend time

with certified pet-therapy teams. Williams says that the CASPCA visits are the highlight of the teens’ week, and the teens who visit agree. “Spending time with Jessie and other animals helped me feel more normal,” says teenager D’Ann Griego (pictured above). “I appreciate giving and receiving affection without worrying about all the problems in the real world.”


Tribute gifts are also listed online at We sincerely apologize for any errors or omissions. Please contact (434) 964-3320 or with any corrections or questions. Gifts listed 6/1/2015- 12/31/2015.

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Memory of Pets Afton Kathy Bowers & Richard Comfort Amy David Hannah & Laurie McDade Angie Rhea & John Baldino Aryn Roseberry & Macy Hord Ruth M. Snyder Atticus Corinne & Timothy Conlon Bailey Carly Dobmeier Bailey & Reigan Barbara Pemberton Bandit & Panda Michael & Donna Marshall Batman Pauly Wayne Pacheco Baxter, Jason & Lucius Kendall Giler Bradshaw Bear Elizabeth & Brant Beck Bear Beth & Brent Beck (Charlie & Crystal), Jerry & Marilyn Currier, Lina Dunn, Frank & Gloria D’Alessandro, David, Benson & Isabelle Diggs, Winnie Disandro, Jean Dunnigon, Sue Forster, Julie & Bill Fudala, Ron & Adrienne Granitz, John & Christine Gwynn, Mary Lou Hayden, Mary Jablonski, Bill Kehoe, Rich & Claudia Lawson, Jack & Nancy Lewis, Lois (Molly) McKenzie, Carolyn Nolen and Charlie, Hina Oureshi, Frances Roberson, Betsy

Sheffield, Tom & Lynn (Darla) Shepherd, Theresa Smith, Claire Tieder, Joanne & Jerry Weinstein, Judy & Bill White, Allen & Mary Ann Williams Bear Linda J. Terry Beau Maddox Ruth & David Poole Ben Beverly Kocotas Bentley Peggy Augustus Bernard & Termo Alyson & Ed Martin Bertha, Sadie, Sugar & Carmine Ellen & Willie Andersen Big Foot Frances Bosserman Blue, Bailey & Hank Cindy L. Smith Bo Henofer Ann & Lyle Henofer Bo Lang Brooks & Kristen Hathaway Bobo Diane & Dean Bonnie Marjorie Garmey & Melinda Baumann Boomer India & John Haun Boots and Norman Evelene M. Jackson Bosco “Hamsteak” Hansen Alissa & Jeffrey Hansen Bozzie and Pearl Patricia Spacks Brandi Joyce H. Morris Brinkley Maritza Saavedra Buddy Robert & Julie Kramer Buddy Amy & Tom Oleary Buddy & Ralphie Susan & Thomas Bunting Buster “Blue” Olivia Branch Buster and Bailey Andrew Molesy Cammy Johanna Beaver Captain the Blue Tick Janet & George Sakell Carly Lucy R. Burnette Casey Brian, Rachel, Alex, Ellie, Regan, & Riley Cats I have loved Theresa Smith Charlie & Wilbur Elizabeth & Brant Beck Charlie Dog Charlotte & R.H. Rinehart Charlie Goodloe Karen & Neal Goodloe Charlie, aka the Golden Shadow Lori Cwalina Chase & Lucy Bill & Kirsten Daisley Chelsea Emily & Enos Powell Cherokee Mary Lee & Charles Armstrong Chesapeake (Chessie) Barber Judy & Paul Harrison Chief & Cree Connie & Dek Bowen, III Chloe Peggy & Peter Scherman Chloe Rebekah Wostrel Cleo Mildred & Bob Westbrook Cletus William C. Kennedy Coco Claire M. Tieder CoCo, Nala & Hershey Teri & Andrew Guertler

Cocoa & Cleo Ruth K Howard Cody Kelly & William Huntley Cookie Latter-Suber-Eliot Janet, George & Mike Sakell Coty Sanford Brooke & Joseph Fields Cowboy Dahne & Chip Morgan Cupcake & LuLu Barbara C. Eldridge Daisy Karen Hughes Dakota Kay & Ron Gillispie Dexter Ruth K Howard Doc Shirley & Ronald Lewis Drake Betty & William J. Newman Dusty & Patches Florence & Pete Bruce Ebony Shirley F. Robinson Eddie Marilyn & F. Michael Ashby Eddie Clara & Quincy Wolf Elsa Michele & Kenneth Kellermann Emma Mona W. Beard Emma Beverly Ogilvie Enzo Peggy Augustus Ethel Quagliana Sarah & Chad Raaymakers Fiddick Mona W. Beard Floss, Tess & Wiggins Jean Gary Frank Jane & Martin Davis Franklin Karen L. Salmonson Fred Ilma Deane Fred Maureen S. Deane Freddie Betty & John Elliton Ginger Shirley & David Bishop Ginger Brown Beskin Doug & Tracey Gracie Barbara Tilley Graham Morgan Lisa & Tripp Stewart Gretchen Grace & Gene Carpenter Gretchen Carpenter Margaret & Monte Parsons Guiseppe Senator Emmie & Jon Wright Gulliver Sharon Katz Gus Heather Clark Gus Linda & Frank Wells Gypsy, Chelsea, Amber and Lucky Barbara & James Moore Hachiko Ruth Rollins-Carter Hailey Kristine Ryalls Haley Debbie Schiffer Hank Grodin Faye Creighton Harley Leo Nicoletti Henry Beth & Brant Beck, Marilyn & Jerry Currier, David Diggs, Winnie DiSandro, Eleanor Droney, Jean Dunnigan, Sue Forster, Julie Fudala, Adrienne & Ron Granitz, Mary Lou Hayden, Bill Kehoe, Claudia & Rich Lawson, Mary & John Leachtenauer, Sally LeBeau, Nancy & Jack Lewis, Patricia McDonald, Lois McKenzie, Carolyn Nolen, Hina Oureshi, Stephanie Polackwich, Elaine Powell, Frances Roberson, Leise Rote, Judy Schultz, Barbara Schweikle, Lynn & Tom Shepherd, Teri Smith, Claire Tieder, Linda Verhagen, Joanne & Jerry Weinstein, Judy & Bill White, Allen & Mary Ann Williams, Susan Zinser

Henry Jon & Mary Mikalson Henry Williams Emmie & Jon Wright Hildi Sara & Jay Rothenberger Hunter Sara & Freeman Cary Hush Janice Kaltenbach Ike Bela & Matthew Giese Isabelle Carol L. Chandross Ivy Joann M. Simpson Jack Mike Fitts & Kate Mason Jackson Claire W. Gargalli Jake Ernie Walls Jake & Angus Bonnie & Daniel Kliamovich Jammu & Kashmir Sumner Gerard Foundation Jasper Ruth Douglas Jax Jarrett & Stephen Millard Jean Luc Louisa Bair Jilly Karen & J. Scott Goss Jinks, Rocky and Taffy Sandra & Terry Tucker Joey Janet & George Sakell Judah Duffy McSwiggin June Bug Gordon Granger, IV Kahlua T.R. Baun Katie Allie Rudolph Katya Elizabeth Ann Burdash Keeper Martha M. Grasty Keller Paula & David Garrett Keppe Mark Collins Killian Christine Charters Kitkat Betty & Dale Crutchfield Kitter Kim Stone Kitty Olivia Branch Koufax Margo Smith & Tom Cogill Levi Betty Mars Goodman Libby Merrick Whole Foods Market Training Team Lilly Elizabeth Fitz-Hugh Lilly MiMi, Poohbah, and Marylebone Lily Diane Gartner Hillman Lily Rithwell Locke & Sharon Boyer Lucy Allie Rudolph Lucy & Kramer Ellen & Gene Bumgardner Lucy Rothwell Elizabeth Fitz-Hugh Luffy Kish Aunt Debbie Mabel Alice E. Dulaney Maddi Cat Eleanor S. Porter Maddie Mary Daniel Maddie Shirley & Warren Shaw Madeley Diane J. McDougall Maggie Gilmer Elizabeth Norvell Majik Wayne & Mary Mullins Matilda Erica Helms Max Jackie & Pedro Pimentel Maxi & Hanna Tessy Schlemmer

Mel Deane & Mark Begiebing Mesa Joan M. Plunkett Mica Peggy Augustus Middie Samuel & Deborah Kellams Mikey Ruth J. Davis Millie Kavanagh Page & William Ritter Miss Callie Lynn D. Boyter Miss Jazzy Kate Hedderich Miss Kitty Margaret J. Thomas Misty Christine S. Kennedy Misty Jim & Anna Madigan Misty Shirley R. Martin Mocha Audrey & Lewis Kardos Molly Richard Grandage Molly Grace A. Hutcheson Molly Sylvia & Thomas Walton Molly Wendy & Jay Hirsh Molly Dog Ann & James Donovan Morgan & Scout Mosby Maureen S. Deane Mosby Andrea Owen Gilmer Mosby Gilmer Elizabeth Norvell Motley Janet & Jay McDonald Moto Marjorie Garmey & Melinda Baumann Ms. Fuzz Marian C. Styles Murphy Sandra & Alfonso Damico Mystic & Cody Peggy Augustus Napoleon Joyce & Frank Butros Nienna Scott Seki & Lydia Zodda Niko Susan J. Thomas O.C. Edwin & Dale Reynolds, Jr. Ollie, Zoni, Dream, Tazy & The Torkle Susan Ordway Pfaltz Oscar The Driggs Family Oscar Pauline & George Meehan Oscar Barbara & Kurt Vogelsang Oskar Meyer Jeanne Runkle Otis & Mickey John Francis Otto Miller Lyman Family Panda & Bandit Harriet McCauley Patch JMRL Reference Department Patches Mindy & Andrew Franke Patootie Patricia & Charles Rusk Patriot Lucia Kaestner Pax Mildred Powell Pax Penny Faith Seiler Peanut Joan A. Schuette Penny Carol L. Chandross Penny Lane Robert and Kari Miller Pepper Noreen & Joseph Hannemann Pepper & Madi Karen & Bobby Nolan Perry Ana Maria & Darren Lynch Perry Lynch Penny Cabaniss Polo Helen Cathro

Polo Margaret & Howard Gutgesell Porky Robert F. Taylor Poseidon, Freya, Hoki Julie Kelsey Puff Sharon & Jonathan Hall Puff Teresa Evatt Ra Teresa F. Griffith Rascal Bonnie & Daniel Kliamovich Rascal Leslie & Nimmo Olsakovsky Redgie & Paco Kathy Fontenot Riley Doris & Curtis Shular Riley & Snickers Owens Julia O. Rea Rocket Kristin Wenger Rocky Hamilton & Alexandra Moses Rodney Peggy Augustus Rose McConnell Mary & Warren Andrews Rosie Jocelyn Lewis & Ellen Chaffin Ruby Elsie Barnd Rufus Janet D. Hatcher Sadie Marie Heather H. Taylor Sam Rebecca & Jeffrey Leonard Samantha Ruthe Battestin Samantha D.J. & Andrea Harris Samantha Joan T. Jay Sammi Pat Hayman Sampson Joanna Infantino Sandy, Jackie, Ben, & Hunter Sue & Charles Stoke Sassy & Hannah Roberta & Wallace Goode Scallion Cynthia Maisannes Scratchy the Cat Lisa Brandkamp, Linda Deane, Matt White Sebastian Peggy & Anthony Aglubat Seymour Susan & Dana Mains Seymour Jeannette May Shadow John and Susan Carpenter Sherman Starrett Janet & George Sakell Sherwin Tonya & John Roberts Sho Lisa Gay-Milliken Sho Sadie & Amy Shorty The Driggs Family Shosanna Ellen Michelle Houle Shosanna Wenche L. Wilkins Sky Lee K. Ryder Skye Mike Fitts & Kate Mason Skye Joanna Infantino Skye Judith Marymor Smokey Sheila & Bertram Weiss Smudge, Snuggles, Alley, Jess Foxy, Sport, Bear, Impress, Izzy, Duchess, Mooner, Tom, Tommy, Satchmo, Demon & Trixie Cecilia J. Kimata Snickers April L. Montgomery Snuffy Carolyn & James Polson Sophia Claire M. Tieder Sophie Maria & Daniel Hemmings

Sophie Christy T Soquel Margaret & Monte Parsons Sparky Alan & Shelbia Lengel Spirit Cynthia & Roger Burket Spock & McCoy Vicki M. Andreae Stan & Elsie King Katie Sullivan Stella Kathryn Nesbitt & J. Franklin Conley Stick Mrs. James H. Bash Stony Bobbie & Samuel Wells Stormy Stinson Martha & Scott Stinson Sunny Nan & Gerry Mayer Super Boost Eleanor Busa Sydney Lisa & James Roland Sylvio Richard Grandage Talon Samuel McKnight Talon Clara McKnight Tapioca Suzanne & Ignacio Schaeffer Tasha Poodle Dorothy W. Hand Tawni & Cougar Robert & Kathryn Brust Teddy Betty & Fred Hudson Teddy Tonya & John Roberts Teddy, Simba and Sylvie Donna & Richard Vinal Tess Sheila & Jeremy Freeman Tess Jean Morgan Tex Kipp Amy Kipp Tiger Elaine Richardson Tigger Betty Coleman Tosha Sharon & Scott Bishop Truffles Dr. Douglas R. Knab Tucker Dick & Cricket Abidin Tuffy Campbell Etta M. Campbell Tyson Kevin Haag Ursula James R. Sofka Vergil, the Best Boy in the Universe Deborah M. Murray Vladimir, Tippy and Prissy Brenda & David Kovarik Wendy Stephen K. Stearns

Willie #1 Bonnie & Tony Laquintano Winston Ruth K Howard Woody Peggy Augustus Woody Norman Brenbridge Xena JJ Towler Yule Bussiere Lynda Wright Zazu Anonymous Zelda Jayne Weber Zoe & Xena Barbara J. Frost Virginia Veterinary Specialists, in memory of these pets: Dasher Adams, Sylvie Ailer, Emma Albright, Rugby Arnold, Penny Baldwin, Tobias Barber, Madeline Beninate, Tucker Blevins, Atlas Bower, Ganon Brown, Lana Brown, Roxie Bruckno, Duke Burrus, Trout Callaghan, Annie Capron, Momma Carickhoff, Soda Pop Carpenter, Kayla Carter, Christy Cishron, Klaus Clifford, CJ Coats, Copper Collier, Dexter Cossette, Grey Ghost Desper, Eve Diamond, Reed Dodge, Tigger Dodson, Freddie Dort, Mystic Forsberg, Archie Gaddy, Jack Gravely, Blaze Hamel, Larry Hammond, Morrow Hansen, Maddie Heathole, Sachmo Holsinger, Kurt Hoops, Lady Hudnall, Petunie Huffman, Amos Johnson, Que Johnson, Notdog Johnson, Sammi Jones, Cassie Kenney, Lady Kirby, Lucky Koche, Magnus Kunkle, Bella Love, Caleb Lucan, Scallion Maisannes, Aris McPeeks, Amber Mallory, Cody Manzo, Loulou Martin, Mandy Lee Masincupp, Maggie Maybush, Reno McClamroch, Roxanne McDonough, Abby McMullen, Orion Mead, Buddy Mintzer, Orion Morgan, Vergil Murray, Juno Novotne, Tasha, Kedis, Alli Nanlon, Kuti Norris, Tinkerbell Nuckols, At Last O’Brien, Radical Odenino, Emily Orebaugh, Allie Patterson, Gracie Peters, Breezee Pilot, Ajax Ponzio, Cole Power, Seymore Prentis, LittleM Proffitt, Boo Reith, Maggie May Riddle, Rocky Riner, Simba Ritterbusch, Brutus Roach, Rocker Robinson, Jodie Russell, Nova Schroer, Chloe Senatro, Cheyenne Shepherd, Isabella Smith, Piper Starke, Bella Sullivan, Penelop Tart, Daisy May Tayman, Jasmine Tolsma, Whiskey Van Neirop, Lilly Vanover, Cole Von Lewinski, Missy Wickline, Gibbs Williams, Pounce Winchester, Sheba Windsor, Jimmy Wright

Honor of People AK Karen & Christopher Stemland Malika & Chantrea Anderson Val and Zakira Animal rescuers Barbara B. Wilson Julia Bailey Ezra Baylin, Miss Casey Carter, John Rabasa & Margaret Gilges Norma Bailey Kelly Kay Near Rob & Winn Ballard June & Grayson Beale, Fay Garrison Barbara Rebecca & Jeffrey Leonard Aaron, Austin & Adam Barber Shirley & Arthur Pearson Darlene Barber Catherine Wray & Timothy Snider Kirk Barbieri UVA Specialty Care & Outcomes Team Tara Bauer Caroline Wiles Jamie Beck Noah Schenkman Becky & Beth Peggy Smith & Andy Larner Richard Bednar Michael Bednar George Belbey Anonymous, Bob Platt, Inc., Theresa McNamara & James Cloonan, Mike Fuller, Mary Harris, Richard F. Smith Jean W. Bell Sue & Frank Friedman Mariana Bell Jonathan Baird Howard Berckman Susan & Larry Cresap Lilly Bower Julia Davenport, Grace G. Barbara Boyd Sally Boyd Betty Bretz Robin & Gary Sloan Lynne Brubaker Peggy Augustus Craig Campanelli Augusta & Kevyn Arthur Parke & Coran Capshaw Thomas Carver Liz Carroll Colleen & Chad King CASPCA Board, Staff & Volunteers Barbara Millar & Peter Thompson

CASPCA volunteers Kyna & Andy Moore Ms. Diane Caton Virginia Business Interiors Christopher Center staff at Our Lady of Peace Joyce Smith & Mary Madden Leone Ciporin Pamela Strong Heather Clark Catherine Wray & Timothy Snider Katie Collins Barbara L. Mincer Combs Family Wendi Steele Pat Cook Helga Prosser Mary Cowan Lisa & Donald Morin Charles, Kristi, Boo, & Lula Curry Beth Morales Dad Maureen S. Deane David Darmstadter George & Jane Koran Daniel Davis Robert Davis Brandon & Trish Deane Maureen S. Deane Deb/Kaki Rutter/Dimock Robert Rutter Anne Deery George Sweazey Ethel deNeveu and family Elsie & Mac Thompson, Jr. Danielle Devereux Kerri Jones John DiMarco Margaret & Howard Gutgesell Jeff Dreyfus & Bob Headrick Brad, Alyssa, Easton, Sugars & Emmy, Anne & Tony Vanderwarker Kerry Elzey Charlotte Brody Kelly Erikson Kathy Ward Ethel, Tom and Ruby Pam & Tom Eaton Joan Fadden Robert Luff Ann Faris Mary Ann & James Starr Dabney & Ryan Ferguson Suzanne & Dennis Peters Denny & Nancy Flaherty Patricia & Andrew Haines Phyllis Fontana Helen Crowell Linda & Robert Foote Jeanne & Bruce Thompson

Friends Nicole Montgomery Lisa & Jackie Gay-Milliken Ginger Carico Jamie & Ian Gilliam Kira & Conrad Drennon, Faye & Bill Harmon, Jane, Ian, Claire and Sarah Mills, Palma Pustilnik & Stephen Pollock, Linda & Gareth Weldon Linda Girvin Kristi Davison Isabel Greer Dee McHale Meagan, Adam, & Zoe Gregory Andrea Ireland Misko Halas Carolyn & Kambiz Kalantari, Sabrina & Jason Ortengren Lori Hanger Jade Ashley James & Sabine Hanks, Jr. Bonita & John Hanks John & Bonnie Hanks Julia Hanks Frances Hatch & Jim McBride David Howell Lorna Haycraft & Donald Query Mary Lynn & James Haycraft Polly Haynes Augusta & Kevyn Arthur Sonia Hertel Anonymous, Melissa & Justin Malone Leslie Hervey Jenny Mead Diane Hillman Margaret & Howard Gutgesell Bryant Hipp & Alan Taylor Dany Williams Ethan Hogge Rebecca Gibson-Wilkins Charlotte Hubert Mike Fietz Bryan & Julie Hurlock Lindsey McWilliams Teddi Ismond Peggy Augustus Matt Jenks Jarrett & Stephen Millard Janice Kaltenbach Doug Ramirez, Glen Ramirez Kathryn, Patricia & Shirley Gay & Kenneth Loftin Karen Kehoe William J. Kehoe Tracy Kellum CACVB Nina & Peter Thacker

Kem, John, Emily & Jim Commonwealth Insurance Agency Eva Knight & Haley Elizabeth & Wayne Beddow Dr. Keith Knoell Mary & Warren Luther, Nina Simmons Susanne Kogut Jenny Mead Pam Koury & Tim Robinson Amy & Dan Fabiano, Amy O'Leary Laura Laffond Carolyn Fitzpatrick Etta Lamb Anne Mulligan Michael & Cesar Latsko & Decroz Mary Brackett, Olivia Branch Edward G. Lengel Anonymous Beth & Tom Lippmann Linda & Jeff Sobel Kristin Maller Anonymous Mary Ann Mancini National Capital Gift Planning Council Pam and Larry Marth Carl Trindle Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence W. Martin Pass Thru Fund Ann Taylor Maxwell Dorothy Dabney Rita McGowan Gay & Kenneth Loftin Beth McPhee Tessy Schlemmer Jenny Mead Carol Pollock Peter Meaney Becca & Jack Meaney Melissa Martha Mack Cathie Metallo Susan Olivier Billie Midthum Constance A. Mays, Tammi Oliva Jarrett Millard The Millard Family Pat Millman Penny Walton Elizabeth Morgan Louise & Sterling Proffitt, Judith & Harry A. Wright Donna Morris Jade Ashley Mother Sarah J Huggins Robbie Munn MTR Landscaping Services Ginny Nelson & Family Ken Kaestner Lori Noe Lauren Noe Sharon Nylec Tom McGuiggan Chelsea O’Barr William O’Bar Felix O’Barr William O’Barr Bets Oberle Marianne & Calvin Baker Sandra Owen Mary Jean & Howard Craddock Sandra Owen & Barbara Hughes Sarah Rinehart Seth & Cara Pates Ginnie Daugherty Judith L. Peatross Ann & Preston Leake Pet therapy teams Anne & Jay Townsend Julie Plyler Tanis Plyler Lee Politis Dahne & Chip Morgan Maryline & Jason Pollock Matthew Pollock Nick Pope Kathy & Jim Gleason Arlene Propst Jennifer & David Propst Patricia Prosl-Hurni Rick & Susan Goings Rhonda Quagliana Lisa & Donald Morin Fred & Marion Ramirez, Lani Hoza, Herb & Lois Cox Janice Kaltenbach

Lorraine Rantz Barbara Ann Boyce Jennifer & Steve Rappaport Julie & Eric Underwood Bobbie Reynolds Amy Schneckenburger Riley Family Lynn & Harry Williams Violet Rousch Kayla St. Germain Ruth's 90th Birthday Cassandra Barnett & Evan Cooper Scott Saternye Judy, Rick & the kids Sara Schroeder Ralph & Charlotte Dammann, Lisa & Donald Morin Nan Seiler Catherine & Eugene McGahren, Martha & Bradley Rodgers Emma Sexton Hallie & Matthew Hegemier, Macy & Michael Lenox Allison Shearer Christine Shearer Jennifer Sikes-Keefer Martha Lee Sikes Sandra Sink Joan & Donald Fry Jane Ashley & Peter Skinner Ann S. Harris Robin Sloan Ella & Robert Bretz Emily & Keith Sohr Joyce & David Moran Craig & Dawn Spiller Janet H. McLaughlin Mary Ann & Jim Starr Ann Faris Steve Stearns, Mary Lee MacDonald, Martha Sikes, Joan Delong, Pat, Pam & Jay Pam Howie Heather Sullivan Peggy Augustus, Catherine Wray & Timothy Snider Ellen Susi Struthers & Frederick Gignoux Margie Swanson Vicky Schmidt Linda Swinson Sydna & William Julian Holden Taylor Madeline Redick Smith Dr. Cheryl Thorpe & Dr. Donnie Peppard Michelle Nikiforov Will Verity Mickie Flanigan Katherine Ward Allan & Ada Marie Kindrick Alex Weathersby Lottye Lockhart Austen Weathersby Lottye Lockhart Lew Weber Linda Saffer Linda Wells Mary & Michael Wells Duncan Whittome Henry & Ducie Minich Caroline and Bill Wilhelm The Cooper Family Patricia Wilkinson Jane & Martin Davis Kathy and Hubba Wood Betsy Daniel Connie Woodruff Mary Winkler

Honor of Pets Abbey Violet A. Houser All animals Doris Hanger All dogs Michael & Donna Marshall Allie Mary & Fred Schubert Angel Ginny & Jim Hayes Annie Kitty Herrmann Apollo Bobbie & Bob Bruner Baxter Katheryn & Carl Saunders Bella Edward Palmer Bella Diana & Harry Parlette, III Big Mama Lynn Ann Appleby Bijou Shenanigans Adrienne Turner & Steve Johnson Bisket & Belle Randy, Pam and Jennie Thomas Bismark, Zack & Truman Kay S. Ruffner Buddy Ernie Walls Buddy Megan & Robert Weary Buster Alisa & Alan Williams Callie Ann & David Normansell Cappy Margaret & Brian Donato Carlton Katilynn Wyatt Casey & Kit Kat Ann Faris Castelmola Kitten Jessica & Hayes Humphreys Chauncery Court Susan E. Bagato Chessie & Callie Ellie Ellison Cleo Deborah & Hugh Hawkins, Jr. Cleopatra Gracie & Craig Smith, Wiley Rein LLP Cobie Vicki S. Shiflett Cody Lillian & Thomas Inge Conor Roxy Hicks Dancer & Scout Nell & David Hibbitts Desi Karen McKean Djinn Bruce & Lynn Koplin Dobson Heather T. Streich Duffy Doris A. Bohon Edna Susan W. Fenn Emma Debbie White & Roy Cadoff Emmet and Boo Radley Emilie Brydge Etta Jennifer A. Trompetter & Rich Warren Finn and Dixon Lori Cwalina Four Paws Frances Bosserman Freddie Kathryn Dort Georgie Evelyn Gerson & Jon Newhard Gilda Tony LeVere Goliath (G) & Nori Julia R. Green Henry Morgan & Marlene Whiteley, Jr. Izzie Miry McNeely Lynn John Boy Charlotte Morris Kara Kristine Montoy

WAYS TO GIVE You might already know that you can give to our shelter by submitting a donation on our website, mailing us a check or dropping by items you think might benefit our animals. But did you know that you also can help our dogs and cats in other ways, too? Here are just a few options: Consider your legacy. Think of the CASPCA and future animals in need when you’re planning your will, trust or estate. Call us today at 434-964-3320 to ask about how your gift can make a difference for years to come.

Katia Elizabeth Ann Burdash Kay Kay Edward Palmer Kelley Kats Sharon & James Kelley Keylie William J. Kehoe Koda Leiby Christy Tromey Lady & Muffy Linda & William Carter Lena Lisa Amols Louie Sallie V.P. Feild Lucy Marci Kramer & Daniel Koller Lucy & Minnie Quagliana Sarah & Chad Raaymakers Lulu Nancy McAdams Maddux Rachel & Andy Shelden Maggie Stephanie D. Bickers Maggie Britony Buxton Marshmallow Robert Luff Max Anonymous Memphis Jennifer & Brendan Meyer Miguel & Maggie Timothy S. Levenberg Mikey Claire M. Tieder Miles Klein Gary & Lorraine Klein Minnie Pearl Peggy Augustus Mocha Ben & Abe Maybee Molly Carol A. Hendrix Molly Sharon & James Kelley Molly Mr. & Mrs. D. Alan Williams Moo Seth French Neptune Julie Kelsey Pepper Maureen S. Deane Pilgrim Pamela Tetro Poppy Clarice Zillmer Pussy Riot Terri Di Cintio & Chip King Rudy Jeanne & Albert Huber

Samantha & Lizzie Pamela D. Flynn & Andrew Traynor Sampson, Jacey & Tiki Rene Bond Samson Jeanne B. Maupin Sandy Anna Jane Hayes Saylor & Tucker Debra & Jeff Holloway Scout John & Anne King Sebby & Ranger Timothy Robinson Semi April Hardison Shelby & Cassidy Megan B. Rowe Smokey D.E. & J.M. Sours Snowball Shirley & David Bishop Spot Dillard Dorothy & George Dillard Susie Marian & Bob Ziemba Tank J. Charles & Candice Bruse Tate Ciaran Mercier Teddy & Eva Lucy R. Burnette The Girls Patricia & Thomas Cross Tigger Catherine Wray & Timothy Snider Tinker and Zane Brian Paul Menard Tobias Fletcher Elizabeth Allen & Deborah Shapiro Toby Mary Tatum Tommy, Scottie and Bella Allison & John Sleeman Tory Reid Family Tucker Nancy & Richard Smith Van Hover cats Maddie and Jonathan van Hover Wildcat Barbara S. Hartless & Joseph B. Sutherland Winter Kitty Michael Durbin

We would like to thank the Estate of Vernon Mowbray for the generous gift executed by Mr. Mowbray’s friend, Lynwood Napier, of T&N Printing.

Make a recurring donation. It’s easy to set up an ongoing payment through our website. Recurring monthly payments are an easy way to support the shelter throughout the year. Give your time. Volunteers are an invaluable part of the CASPCA team. They help our animals in so many ways— whether cat socializing, dog walking or chipping in at events, our volunteers are critical to our life-saving mission. Email or fill out the volunteer form on our website for more information today.

THANKS, PAWTNER Virginia National Bank has been an invaluable partner in our mission to save the homeless, sick and neglected animals in our community. Their stewardship of the pawtnership program has helped us provide the very best care and services for the thousands of dogs and cats we see every year. They have sponsored our Pet of the Month, made appearances at events, and their logo is highlighted at our facility, in our lobby and on our website. Thank you, Virginia National Bank, for your support! Please ask us today about how your business or organization can become a CASPCA Pawtner.

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Third Annual

bow-WOW-walk Saturday, April 30, 2016

Lee Park | Charlottesville, Virginia Walk Pre-Registration: Jan. 26—April 29 Walk Registration: April 30, 8:30 a.m.—9:45 a.m. Walk Kick-Off: 10 a.m. Post-Walk Party in the Park: 11 a.m.—12:30 p.m.

Don’t miss our K-9 2.5K dog walk and festival featuring human & doggie entertainment, canine competition, treats for humans & pups, and a pack of animal-friendly sponsors!

Upcoming events Shop for the Shelter at Sam’s Club from 10 a.m.— 5 p.m.: March 12 | April 9 | April 30 | May 14 | Aug. 13 And don’t forget to register your rising 3rd-6th grader for one of our Summer Camp sessions! Session 1: June 13-17 | Session 2: June 20-24 Session 3: June 27-July 1 | Session 4: July 4-8 Go to to learn more & register!

Charlottesville-Albemarle SPCA Winter 2016 Whiskers & Tales  
Charlottesville-Albemarle SPCA Winter 2016 Whiskers & Tales