Recently, the Quilcene-Brinnon Garden Club invited us to submit a proposal for funding. This was a new opportunity that was presented to us that we hadn’t been aware of previously. The garden club membership approved a grant of $170 to … Continue reading
The Fall 2016 Newsletter can be found by clicking here.
Secret Gardens Nursery is once again offering a great deal and an opportunity to support our local Animal Groups: Pet Pals, Center Valley Animal Rescue, and Humane Society of Jefferson County. Here’s how it works: All plants will be 20% … Continue reading
Pet Pals is grateful to the Quimper Unitarian Universalist Fellowship for designating the offerings from their April 24th service for us. The congregation generously contributed $818. READ to ROVER dog, Sunny, especially enjoyed attending their morning service.
The Spring 2016 newsletter is available on-line by clicking here.
Pet Pal’s President, Pam Kolacy, has prepared a report on our 2015 accomplishments. Here are some of the highlights of our efforts: 327 pets in low income families spayed/neutered in 2015; 4,412 pets since 2002 104 community cats spayed /neutered … Continue reading
We’re thrilled to receive a new grant for 2016 from the HTB Family Fund to support our Low-income Spay/Neuter and our Community Cats programs. This grant will provide an additional $10,000 to our budget for veterinary services. Pet Pals is … Continue reading
The Fall 2015 newsletter is now available on-line by clicking here. If you are on our mailing list, your paper copy will be arriving in the mail soon.
Having learned about the successful READ to ROVER programs in Port Townsend and Chimacum, residents of Quilcene and Brinnon have started exploring how they can start READ to ROVER programs in their school districts. Their school administrators are excited about … Continue reading
Kim Pratt, who serves as our READ to ROVER coordinator and advocate within the Chimacum School District, had a great idea for a way to build a community of proud and enthusiastic readers at Chimacum Creek Primary School. She created … Continue reading