The Memphremagog Art Center (MAC) on Main St., Newport, VT is holding an event on Friday, June 5 at 6:30 PM. Part of the event includes a reading and signing by Author Catherine Holm from the book she has written with other writers, Rescued: The Stories of 12 Cats, Through Their Eyes.
During the month of June, our shelter will receive a small donation from the sale of the book, Rescued. The book is available at MAC and is also available on Amazon. Remember, when ordering from Amazon, use the site Amazonsmile.com, and select Pope Memorial Frontier Animal Shelter as the non-profit of your choice!
While any donations received from the sale of this book might be small, using Amazonsmile helps a bit more. And for all our furry friends at the shelter, every little bit adds up and helps pay for food, supplies, and medical expenses. Thanks in advance for supporting Pope Memorial Frontier Animal Shelter!
Tips for a Happy, Healthy and Safe Holiday Season for Our 4- Legged Family Members
Everyone at Pope Memorial Frontier Animal Shelter wants the holidays to be a happy time for you and your pet, and not a time for an emergency visit to your veterinarian. The food and decorations that make the holidays so much fun for us can sometimes be hazardous for our pets. We want you to be aware of some of these hazards so that you can plan accordingly and prevent any potential problems. When in doubt, common sense is always a good strategy!
Sincere Thank You to All July 12th Volunteers!
A big THANK YOU also to the organizations that partnered together to support this event – Greater Good Organization and Pedigree Dog Food for their Shelter Renovation Project Grant and Animal Lifeline which provided three builders who drove here from other states to lead the projects.
THANK YOU to you all!
A local boy collects donations for Frontier Animal Shelter instead of birthday presents for himself. Click to read the whole story!
ORLEANS- A record setting career as a field hockey and ice hockey goalie for Nicole Ludwig didn't end making saves when she graduated from North Country Union High School. After graduating from UVM in 2011 with a BS in Animal Science her passion for animals lead Nicole to the Pope Memorial Frontier Animal Clinic in Orleans, Vermont where she works with volunteers taking care of abandoned cats and dogs.