Rudolph and Ms. Frosty are now approximately 8 weeks old and back at the after spending a few weeks in foster care.
They have had their spay and neuter surgeries and are awaiting their forever homes! Their names have been changed to Traveller and Bunny. Once in foster care, their foster family decided their personalities warranted a name change. They flurished in their foster home and are happy, healthy, playfull Lab mix puppies.
These little bundles of energy are now a bit too large and energetic for poor Ren at this point. Ren, the cat who wanted to care for them when they first came into the shelter as tiny babies, is now in the cat colony awaiting someone to adopt him and give him a forever home as well.
Ren is a big friendly guy who likes to play and be petted. He is a beautiful gray-colored cat, with a big heart, who gave some orphaned puppies an extra bit of love at the PEHS shelter. He holds a special place in the hearts of the staff at the shelter and we know he will have the same effect on whomever adopts him.
Volunteer at PEHS
Interested in volunteering at PEHS? The next opportunity is 11:30 a.m. Saturday at the PEHS shelter. Registration isn't required—just show up! Orientation lasts approximately one hour. Dog walking orientation will be held immediately after the volunteer orientation.
The annual pancake breakfast to benefit the animals is 8:30 a.m.-noon Jan. 30 at the . Tickets are available at the PEHS, , Countryside Animal Hospital, in Northfield and also at the door. All proceeds will benefit the animals at PEHS. Adult tickets are $6 and children 10 and under are $3. All you can eat! Don't miss out—come have a great breakfast for a good cause!
Get a photo "fur" your Valentine! Have a professional photo taken with the "furry" one you love for Valentine's Day! Join us 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Feb. 5 at Schrader Art and Photography, 15 Hester St. E., Dundas. For $25, get all your photos on a CD. All proceeds benefit Prairie's Edge Humane Society. Call 507-663-1510 for an appointment.
Finally, 36 animals were microchipped in 2 1/2 hours at the recent microchipping clinic held at the PEHS shelter, including one cat! That's 36 animals who will now have a much better chance of being reunited with their owners if they get lost.