We wish you a Happy, Healthy and Safe Christmas Season and New Year!
We thank all those who supported us in so many different ways throughout 2020.
It is only through your generosity, kindness and loyalty
that we are able to find homes for over 300 animals each year.
Thank you also to all who adopted their new family member from us.
Despite all the challenges 2020 has brought us, November remains National Gratitude Month. Gratitude is more than simply saying “thank you.” Gratitude’s amazing powers have the ability to shift us from focusing on the negative to appreciating what is positive in our lives.
Here at PMFAS, we know we have much for which to be grateful. We also have a lot that is very “pawsitive” in our lives and in the lives of all the furry creatures that enter our care throughout the year.
We acknowledge all our friends and supporters, from our Keepers of the Kennels and Kitties, individual volunteers and families to local businesses, schools and the towns we serve. Whether your support comes in the form of time, work, kind words or donations of many kinds, we definitely appreciate it all!
A big Thank You goes to the talented and generous folks at Northeast Kingdom Online (www.northeastkingdomonline.com) for their timely and detailed attention to our website. They work quietly and graciously behind the scenes making prompt and creative changes to the site, all of which help to promote our animal adoptions.
October celebrates Adopt a Shelter Dog Month and November is Adopt a Senior Pet Month. With two consecutive fall months promoting adoption from your local animal shelter, we can easily say that Autumn is the season for spreading the word about all the great animals that are in local shelters searching for forever homes.
Each year in the US, many people find a devoted furry friend or new family member at their local shelter. Pope Memorial Frontier Animal Shelter encourages everyone to "Make Adoption Your First Option." The goal is to encourage people to give first consideration to their local shelter when planning to add a pet to the household.
As cat guardians at Pope Memorial Frontier Animal Shelter, we strive to make every month “Happy Cat Month” for our shelter kitties, and September is especially designated as the month to celebrate cats and ensure that they are happy, healthy, and valued.
Cats are often viewed as self-reliant loners who don’t need much beyond an appropriate diet and a place to sleep. However nothing could be further from the truth! Cats need companionship, environmental enrichment, daily play, and most of all, they need us to love them just as much as they love us.
Just like older people, senior pets sometimes need special care and attention. With continually improved technology, veterinarians can take a proactive approach to help maintain your older pet’s good health. Laboratory tests and health screenings can detect problems in very early stages so that treatment can be started before a disease progresses too far. Therefore, it becomes increasingly important that your pet receives regular wellness checks and physical exams with the vet of your choice. The longer a problem remains undetected, the more serious the outcome can be. Keeping your pets healthy throughout their entire life and helping them grow old gracefully are two of the best gifts you could ever give them.