Clatsop Animal Assistance 

                    Videos
We have several new videos of our shelter dogs.  Watch these below.

Our long-timer Louie is back.  He loves all people, but will need to be an only pet.  Here is Louie's video showing how well he responds to humans.

Rufus' video

Sampson's video

Boo Boo's video

Chance video

Dougie's outing video

Holly's video

Jake's video

Titan's video

Miss Mei's video

Murphy's video

Bones' video

Lilly's video

Klondike's video





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Amazon will now donate .5% of the purchase price of every eligible Amazon purchase at no cost to you. 
Just log in at http://smile.amazon.com/ 
and select Clatsop Animal Assistance as your charity.  You'll do that by clicking on the Supporting button at the top left of the page and then entering Clatsop Animal Assistance as your choice. You only need to do this once – CAA is now your selected charity every time you shop at Amazon through the AmazonSmile page.


   
                       Brigitte
Brigitte is a young black and white tuxedo girl, about one and half years old.   She’s very friendly and outgoing, and tolerant of other cats.  Brigitte enjoys lap sits, strokes and being brushed.  Her family brought her in when they couldn't care for her anymore. 
                       




Here's how your donations help the animals:

$5.00 pays for treats for the animals

$10.00 pays for cat toys

$15.00 pays for a wellness check for one kitten

$20.00 pays for Kong toys for the dogs

$25.00 pays for one cat neuter

$30.00 pays for one cat spay

$40.00 pays for one dog neuter

$45.00 pays for one dog spay

$50.00 pays for one month's supply of cat litter

$75.00 pays for one ad promoting adoption

$100.00 pays for one week of dog training

$500.00 pays for two surgeries and medications for injured animals

$1,000.00 pays for one week of veterinary care

 

                    Cutie Pie
This senior girl is adjusting to the room full of cats at the shelter. She’s still shy around people, but she is starting to like lap time with the volunteers.                     





                    Tommy Lee
Tommy Lee is a little black bundle of energy.  He's only about 4 months old, but he loves to play with the older cats, especially the adult males.  One volunteer thought at first they would hurt him, but instead they seem amused by his high energy and some of them even play tag with him or bat one of the hard plastic balls across the floor to watch him chase after it.  

See how your support helps the animals

Are you part of the Fred Meyer Rewards program?  You can now link your Rewards cards to CAA (number 88047) at www.fredmeyer.com/communityrewards.  Search for us either by name or number.  Once you're linked, you still earn all points and rebates and Fred Meyer makes a donation every time you shop; it's as easy as that.  If you don't have a Rewards Card, you can obtain one at the customer service desk of any Fred Meyer store.  

Fred Meyer is committed to donating $2.5 million per year to nonprofits in Oregon, Idaho, Washington, and Alaska, based on what you as customers select as your favorite causes. Thank you to all of our supporters and to Fred Meyer for your community support! 

                                                        Our Parvo Puppies

Rachel, Jason, Katie, Jane, Natalie, Julie, and Emma: these Beagle-Bichon puppies all came into the shelter in November with parvovirus.  After spending several days at the vet getting intensive care, they came back to the shelter, where they were quarantined until each one received a clean bill of health.  All have now been adopted into loving homes. CAA covered the vet care and medication costs totaling close to $4,300.00.  We couldn’t have done it without your support.  We thank you, the puppies thank you, and the adopting pet parents thank you. 

That's Katie and Julie below.

         


Shrek



A good Samaritan found Shrek wandering on Mount St. Helen's.  He was injured, with bite marks all over his body, indicating that he had been a bait dog.  Celestine (our good Samaritan) brought him in to the animal shelter, so that he could receive veterinary care and have a place to recover.  Shrek needed surgery for his entropion eyes (the lids folding inwards, instead of outwards) as well as medications for his other injuries and infections.  CAA covered his vet and medication bills and our volunteers helped give him the loving attention he needed.  Best of all, this story has a perfect ending: Shrek is now happily at home with Celestine and her dog, Happy. 

Shiloh

Shiloh came to the shelter after his owner died.  He was so overweight he could barely walk and had severe sores on his feet.  He immediately went to a foster home where he lost 40 pounds and his wounds healed.  After coming back to the shelter to await adoption, Shiloh would sit in his cage and moan.  CAA volunteers took him to many events so that people could meet this wonderful dog.  Shiloh eventually went to his forever home where he lived out his life getting regular exercise, sleeping with cats, and being loved.  CAA paid for all of his medical expenses; without us, he might not have been deemed adoptable.  


Judy before and after




A good Samaritan found Judy by the side of the road and brought her into the shelter two years ago.  She was very underweight, had just had puppies, and was infested with fleas, as you can see from the before picture above.  CAA covered the care needed to get Judy healthy again, including vet visits and daily baths with medicated shampoo both at the shelter and in her foster home.  She is now happy and healthy, and her foster home has turned into her forever home (this happens a lot!)

With your support, we can continue to give shelter dogs and cats like Shrek, Shiloh and Judy a second chance at permanent, loving homes. 
The animals thank you.



CAA's FY 2012 Expenditures (July 2012 - June 2013)
Because we're all volunteers, most of our money is spent directly on the animals




Odin
  

Odin (aka Dobby while he was at the shelter) was adopted earlier this fall.  His mom tells us he's being "spoiled rotten."  Can you tell? When Odin first came to the shelter, we weren’t sure whether he would need expensive surgery for wobbler syndrome, a non-fatal but painful cervical spine condition seen in many large dogs, including Dobermans.  CAA covered the $1,788.00 for the tests that showed he could live a long, happy life with no surgery.  Without CAA’s help, Odin may not have been adoptable because of the uncertainty of his condition and the likelihood it would cost several thousand dollars to treat it. 

With your support, we can continue to give shelter dogs and cats like Odin a second chance at a happy home.  Just click on the PayPal logo below or mail your donation to 
CAA, PO Box 622, Warrenton, OR  97146.

The animals thank you!

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