Saturday, January 19
4 – 7 pm at Lucky Lanes in Fredonia
Come on out for a family-friendly evening of fun, door prizes, and basket raffles to support the shelter animals. Cost is $12.50 per person which includes 2 games of bowling and shoe rental. Tickets available at LHS on Chestnut Street.
Souper Bowl Saturday
12 – 4
LHS Adoption Center
$20 donation includes:
Handcrafted LHS bowl created by local potter Lisa Eppolito
Choice of 5 different soups
($10 option of lunch only)
Adoption rooms will be open!
4:30 – 6:30 pm
St. Hedwig’s Social Center
$10 donation/take-outs available
Tickets at LHS Adoption Center
Adoption Days Update
Every Wednesday Evening 6 – 8 pm
and Alternate Saturdays 12 – 4 pm
Featured Dog: Duke
Grouchy older man seeks same. Duke is an 8-year-old American bulldog, who came to us as a stray. Duke is a cancer survivor who beat the odds, and we want to find him the perfect home where this sweet toad-face can be himself. That means no kids, no other pets. He likes to go for walks, to play fetch, cheeseburgers, hot dogs, and being left alone when he wants to rest. He has some arthritis in his hind end, and skin problems like all white bullies. Both issues are easily manageable. Duke beat cancer and he survived on the streets. Will you give him his next chance? Call us at 672-1991 and let’s talk about Duke!
Featured Cats: Lucky & Louie
Breed: Domestic Short Haired
Approximate DOBs: 5/25/2015
Color: Grey/White Tabby
Lucky and Louie are a kitty couple, meaning they are meant to be adopted together. These two cats are both so fun and loving that it was hard to get them to sit still for these pictures! Louie has some scarring on his face which only adds to his character. His brother, Lucky was just that, as he avoided whatever thorny situation Louie got into. This pair is inseparable and is sure to be a wonderful addition to your home. They also come as quite a bargain, as kitty couples are two for the price of one!
31 cats (a record!) and 11 dogs
65 cats and 12 dogs
LHS Receives Grant for Animal Traps
We are happy to announce that Lakeshore Humane Society has been awarded a grant to purchase seven small animal traps. The traps will be used to capture feral cats for the purpose of neutering them to stop the logarithmic growth of feral cats in the Dunkirk area. Feral cats can transmit disease and many die from starvation during the winter.
This grant was written by a helpful community member, Roger Orcutt, and was made possible through Northern Chautauqua Community Foundation’s generous community-minded donors. The NCCF is committed to improving the community through the promotion of local philanthropy, strategic grantmaking, and community leadership.
The organization has distributed over $14 million in the form of grants and scholarships within the community. For more information, call 716-366-4892 or visit www.nccfoundation.org.
The following officers were elected at the December meeting:
President Rock Vallone
Vice President Mary Ginley
Treasurer Jennifer Cameron
Recording Secretary Karen Wojcinski
Corresponding Secretary Barbara Lewis
SNAP Secretary Janet Szymanski
Total adoptions for the year:
Cats: 173 Dogs: 72
A big thank you to the community for supporting
Lakeshore Humane Society in so many ways this past year.
Pet Pantry Craft Show (May and November)
Pat McGee Memorial Dog Walk
Fur Ball Auction & Gala
Picture Your Pet (both Santa and Easter Bunny)
Pins for Paws Bowling
Souper Bowl Saturday
Clarion Craft Show
Pet Smart Adoption Days
Information tables at:
Chautauqua County Fair, Purina, Brocton Shock, SUNY Fredonia Service Fair
New Year’s Resolutions for Pet Owners
Make 2019 the best year ever for you and your pets.
Health Make sure your pet sees a veterinarian at least once a year for annual exams. Keep your pet on year-round, monthly heartworm preventative. Regularly use flea/tick prevention, even if you have an indoor pet.
Security Get some sort of pet identification, whether it be a tag or a microchip. Keep your dog on a leash or in a fenced yard.
Behavior Pay attention to your pet. They get bored and may become destructive without attention. Polish up your pet’s manners. Practice at home or go to obedience classes. Teach your pet a new, fun, interactive game like fetch or speak.
Weight Pay attention to your pet’s food intake. Trim the fat! Exercise and limit treats. Treats do not equal love.
Grooming Groom your pet regularly. It’s interactive and it’s good to get dead hair out of the coat. Brush your pet’s teeth and/or have a professional take care of your pet’s dental hygiene. Learn to clip your pet’s toenails or take them somewhere to have them clipped.
Spay / Neuter Not only does it decrease the pet population, but it also has a lot of health benefits for the animal.
Comfort Make sure collars fit properly, and check the collar often. You should be able to slide two fingers underneath the collar.
Safety Pet proof your house. Keep poisons in locked cabinets, keep poisonous plants and electrical cords out of reach and don’t leave out strings or ribbons for a cat to swallow.
Knowledge Learn a fun fact about your pet’s species or breed. Research traits of a breed before adopting it.
Share Donate money or items to your local animal shelter.
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