Chance was at the shelter for a longer while. He was kind of a shy guy. Even though it wasn’t so, a person might get the idea that Chance was aloof and asocial. This can be a serious disadvantage when you are one of 16 dogs vying for attention. Chance was loved by the people who worked with him and got to know him but … Continue reading Second chance for Chance
John Boy, one of the seven puppies named after members of the Walton Family, is now known as Dax. He’s a very happy, healthy little pup! doing wonderfully in his new Seattle forever home!
Clatsop County Animal Shelter got a visit from Girl Scout Troop 11182. This is a different troop than visited early in the week. It was nice of them to bring along donations of dog and cat food, snackies and toys. Because everything we do depends so much on donations and volunteers, it is always heartening to see younger people caring about homeless animals. These young … Continue reading Girl Scout Troop 11182 Visits
CAA Annual Overview with Financials 2016 web PDF
Ellen Levy has very generously donated some striking repousse artwork to CAA, including pictures of cats, rabbits, and roosters. If you’re interested in purchasing any of these pieces, please email me at email@example.com. Prices range from $20.00 for a 2×2 inch unframed piece to $110.00 for a 7×9 inch framed piece and all proceeds come to CAA. Ellen tells us, “REPOUSSE is an ancient technique. The … Continue reading Beautiful Copper Repousse Artwork – CAA Donation
Interested in working directly with the animals at the shelter? (You can walk dogs, socialize cats, transport animals, etc.) Contact the shelter at (503) 861-0737 for more information. We will schedule a new volunteer orientation soon.