Thursday, November 25, 2010


Written by CP's VP of Intakes

Unger - M, DOB 3/13/06, wheaten

Jensen - M, DOB 5/11/05, wheaten

Denise G. - F, wheaten, DOB 5/4/02

Susan D. - F, red wheaten, DOB 7/4/10

Cindy U. - F, DOB 5/18/02, wheaten

Kowalski - M, wheaten, DOB 7/4/10

One of the toughest things about working Intakes is knowing when our resources are low, when we are full up and we just can't take any more Cairns, that we will have to say NO, possibly sending Cairns to their death. We aren't like the Federal Government that can levy a new tax, impose a draft or condemn property to suit their needs. CP can't crank up the printing presses and make more money, commandere foster homes or highjack volunteers.

And so, this introduction is personal from me, from the bottom of my heart, to those who raised their hand to help the furkids that found their way to freedom this past weekend because of them. When I put out that plea last week, I didn't know how many would step up, could step up, to help. I was hoping we would be able to help all that had an opportunity to know freedom and WE DID IT!

These six Giving Thanks have been named in honor of those that raised their hands to help.

We also have a few others that I have to thank who stepped up to help, Kay R., Deb H., Barb C., and Chris C. for fostering, also Carolynne M. and Paula F. for transporting.

I am Giving Thanks that these six little Cairns, Anya and Plymouth Rock are going to enjoy their first Thanksgiving in freedom and have a wonderful life ahead of them. We have a lot to be thankful for!

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