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December 16, November 18, 2011

Adopted the week of December 9

Strays

3

Unwanted

3

Adopted

3

Return to Owner

3

Dogs In Shelter

55

Strays

2

Cats in Shelter

57

Week ending 12/16/11

Jackie

Fiona

Lydia Holloway is sharing her many talents with ACARF by establishing a website that sells many clever and custom-made items and shares the profits with ACARF. Lots of ACARF t-shirts and other really fun things! Check out her store! Use the following to maximize ACARF profit: Zazzle.com/helpacarf/*

Max

NOTE: This is our last issue of 2011. The next issue will be January 6, 2012. The shelter will be closed on Saturday, December 24, and on Saturday, December 31.


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Adopted the week of December 16

Hansel

The students at Iola Middle School have been busy raising money for the shelter! They set a goal to raise $1,000, and have reached their goal by selling lollipops and puppy chow, and Ona Chapman took pictures at the Winter Ball and sold them. Their money will be used to pay adoption fees for the animals who have been in the shelter the longest time. The student learning classes have been collecting cleaning supplies for the shelter.

Congratulations, Students! What would we do without you?

Macy

Rescue

Also adopted: Demon (No picture available)

Thank you to everyone who brought bleach to the shelter. Janice reports they’ve gotten a lot. This is an item that’s always needed! Your help is greatly appreciated!


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Second Chance Everyone is curious about how the Second Chance store is doing! The reason has to be that there have been so very many people involved in making it work. There are now 77 logged donors of items to the store, and over 1,400 items have been marked and tagged. We are pleased that some customers return every day just to see what’s been added. It’s been an enjoyable experience working there with lots of new and interesting people to meet and always something to do. The faithful and hard-working volunteers are: “Scooby” is on display at the Sec-

ond Chance store. It’s an original painting by Wes Dewey done for the benefit of the shelter. Scooby was one of the Dewey family dogs that was adopted from a local shelter.

Need a Gift for A Hard-toBuy-for Person? A wonderful gift for the animal lover would be a donation in their honor to the shelter. See them for details!

Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

Saturday

Ginny Hawk and Judy Laver Hazel Jones Hazel Jones and Jim Smith Wanda and Ray Shannon Glenda Helton Jeanne Cloud Fran Clay John and Glenda Helton

A check from the Fundraising Committee was given to the shelter at the last Board meeting for $3,000— $2,200 from Second Chance. During the Christmas season the hours have been expanded when it’s busy downtown, and the store will be open on Christmas Eve from 9:00 ‘til noon. If you haven’t had a chance to come see the great gift items available in Second Chance and the Back Room, we hope you’ll come visit soon.

Thank you, Everyone, for making this a successful venture.


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Andi DePriest, Director Janice Porter, Front Desk Robyn Porter, Photographer, Petfinders Ginny Hawk, Fundraising Chair

Robyn’s

Hercules

Pet of the Week

305 East Highway 54 LaHarpe KS 66751 620-496-3647 www.acarf.org Hours 11:30 am—5:00 pm Tuesday thru Saturday Closed Sunday and Monday

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Thanks for sharing this newsletter with others! Look for pictures and descriptions of all available cats and dogs on our website www.acarf.org

Photographs by Robyn Porter Photograph by Robyn Porter

This beautiful little orange Calico male was rushed to the shelter by two young girls who had rescued him from the middle of the highway. He was battered, bleeding, and very still. We quickly took him to our vet, and hoped for the best. He was given the name “Hercules” because it was the strongest name we could think of. Hercules beat the odds, and he survived. This is a loving, sweet young cat who just seems glad to be alive. Please come and meet Hercules. He is a very special, very lucky guy!


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Celebrate‌ The tradition of friendship, The beauty of the season, The opportunity of the new year.

deTails December 16, 2011  

Weekly e-newsletter of the Allen County Animal Rescue Facility.

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