Pet Pal’s President, Pam Kolacy, has prepared a report on our 2014 accomplishments.
Here are some of the outcomes of our efforts:
- 328 pets in low income families spayed/neutered in 2014; 3,785 pets since 2002
- 65 community cats spayed /neutered in 2015; 2035 since the program began in June 2001.
- Celebrated the milestone of spay/neutering 2,000 community cats.
- Feral cats placed in barn homes as available and kittens tamed and adopted.
- Funding received from patients/customers who selected Pet Pals for their contributions at Secret Gardens Nursery, Uptown Dental Clinic, and Food Co-op.
- 26 animals given medical treatment through Ginger’s Fund in 2014 for a total of 488 animals since that project began.
- Pets to People teams making regularly scheduled visits to Life Care Center, Seaport Landing, and Victoria House.
- READ to ROVER dogs were active at Grant Street Elementary School, Chimacum Primary School and the City public library.
- Twenty volunteer teams have completed their therapy dog training and are active in the outreach programs.
- Successfully nominated Dr. Virginia Johnson for Jefferson County “Heart of Service” Award.
You can find the complete report by clicking here.