Pet Pals is partnering with Center Valley Animal Rescue in offering spay and neuter clinics for low-income pet owners. The costs are $60 for a female dog, $40 for a male dog, $40 for a female cat, and $20 for … Continue reading
In March and April, the Port Townsend Food Coop invited Pet Pals to be one of the three non-profits to participate in their Beans for Bags program for those two months. In this program, shoppers who bring their own reusable … Continue reading
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.