Tripod Update

Tripod Update

Tripod came to us as a tiny stray kitten with a big problem; he has a badly broken leg and shoulder. Tripod's injury is so severe that permanent damage has been caused and he will never regain the use of his leg. Tripod needs to have surgery to have his damaged leg removed, but he needs your help. We are looking for sponsors to help assist with the cost of the surgery that Tripod needs. We are hopeful that once Tripod gets this surgery he will heal quickly and can then be put up for adoption.

Kamo Update

Kamo Update

Kamo first came to VPAS as a stray kitty who had sustained major trauma to her face, leaving her with a badly broken jaw and a damaged eye. She has been in VPAS' care for several weeks now and is doing well.

Kamo has had the surgery that she needed to repair her broken jaw. She is eating with gusto, she is no longer on any medications, and she is gaining back some weight. Kamo is permanently blind in her damaged eye, but at this time it appears as though she'll be able to keep it and does not need to have it removed.

November is Adopt-A-Senior-Pet Month

November is Adopt-A-Senior-Pet Month

Are you thinking of adding a new cat to your family - consider adopting a senior or special-needs pet. During the summer months, young cats and kittens flood local shelters and quickly find homes after winning the hearts of adopters. Unfortunately, senior and special-needs cats get continually over looked and spend many months without any interest from adopters at all. Well now is their chance! VPAS has a few wonderful special pets that are looking for homes in time for Christmas.

PetSmart Adoption Fair

Thank you to everyone who came out to support us at PetSmart's adoption fair Nov 13th-15th. We are pleased to say that we came home with 7 adoption applications for our homeless pets. We hope to see all of them in good homes soon. We would also like to thank PetSmart for hosting this wonderful event.

Halloween Costume Contest

Halloween Costume Contest

Thank you to everyone who came out with their pets to support VPAS at Shaw Pet Hospital's second annual pet costume contest.

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