Remember this Thanksgiving

On behalf of Then Humane Society of Skagit Valley
Board of  Directors, its Staff and Volunteers,
we wish  you a Happy Thanksgiving this season
We are so thankful for our amazing supporters
that help us on a daily, monthly and annual time of the year.
No gift is ever too small nor too large.

The Staff want you to know that we will be
 closing at 3 p.m. Wednesday the 26th and
Closed ALL DAY Thanksgiving Day the 27th
will resume regular hours on Friday.
Hug your family pets and enjoy your time together!

Santa Paws & Claws Family Photo Shoot Event a Success!

Well another Pawtastic Event, thanks to
Sedro-Woolley's Skagit Farmers Supply Store &
all those amazing friends that came out to get
their picture taken with Santa
our very own Steve Hecimovich, President of the
Humane Society of Skagit Valley and our

wonderful board of directors, 
Becky Rosencranz, Photographer
Sharon Bumgarner, Santa's helper Check in
with Santa's elves Adrienne Borque,
Kim R. MacKenzie, Paula S., Theresa Dentham, 
and Janine Shelter Director.  
Santa's crew was able to collect over $700.00 in donations!
These funds will go directly into the Shelter's Second Chance 
Shelter Animal Medical Fund, to help those less unfortunate 
animals get a second chance in life.

Update on our Cat Wing!

Just posting an Update on our New Addition
Sandy Nelson Memorial Cat Wing, 
Project Manager Mitchell Sorestad reports,
that everything is on schedule and as you can see
foundation is set, framing is coming up, walls and roof.  
Humane Society is pretty excited.
If you're interested in donating to 
this much needed project please email me at
Thank you!  
More photos to come as progress moves forward

Up Coming Spay and Neuter Clinics

Upcoming Cat Spay/Neuter Clinics
Pawsitive Alliance is sponsoring two(2) low cost cat spay/neuter clinics on           November 16th & December 12th        @ at NOAH in Stanwood.

Who should apply?
Low income residents of Snohomish and Skagit counties.

Cost: $5 co-payAppointments are required.
It is generally safe for kittens as young as eight weeks old, or three pounds, to be spayed or neutered.
Not convinced, Click here for some reasons why spay/neuter is the right choice!

Thanksgiving Tips

Giving Thanks
This Thanksgiving don’t forget to be thankful for your animal companions and keep them safe.

If you have guests over for the holidays be sure to provide your animals with a safe, comfortable place to rest, away from the hustle and bustle of festive activities. Some pets enjoy being right in the middle of the fun, while others choose to stay clear. Respect and be aware of your pets' needs and safety.
If you want to give your pets a Thanksgiving feast of their own, be careful not to overdo it, a change in diet could upset their digestive track. Avoid using foods that contain a lot of salt or preservatives and avoid sweets.
We all know chocolate isn't good for pets, but what some people don’t know is that Xylitol, a common sweetener and baking ingredient, is very toxic for animals. So during your holiday planning don't forget to plan for your pets' needs and have a                                                                                                                         Happy Howliday Season!

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