Sassy is a lively one-year-old Chihuahua mix. She is the cutest little girl you have ever seen. Sassy adores people and loves being held. She does need daily eye ointment because she has chronic dry eyes. Come out and meet this cutie.
Watson here, and I just want to remind you that this weekend is the CAPS big blowout garage sale. We will be at the Oasis Church, 1520 Maine St., on Friday, Sept. 17, and Saturday, Sept. 18.
On Friday the sale will be from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. On Saturday it will be from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. We have bargains galore and something for everyone. Your dreams can come true!
At last the smoke is clearing from our air. It has been a miserable summer for humans and animals. I decided to research exactly how smoke affects dogs’ and cats’ lungs.
Smoke inhalation injuries can occur with exposure to smoke in large or small quantities, and it results in direct heat damage to the upper airway and lining of the nose.
Fires produce a huge variety of damaging substances. Three of the most dangerous culprits that accompany smoke are carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide and cyanide. Toxic particles fill the air, and can affect your BFF’s airways, lungs, and well-being.
Recent studies have estimated that breathing smoke-filled air is equivalent to a human smoking more than eight cigarettes a day. Pugs and bulldogs, puppies and senior dogs are especially at-risk.
Labored breathing, shortness of breath, and wheezing are clues to alert pet parents that the smoke is damaging and a trip to the veterinarian is advisable.
Not all problems from smoke affect breathing. The heat and irritants in the smoke can also cause damage to the eyes. Cats’ eyes are especially sensitive to smoke. They may squint due to pain and the third eyelid may cover the eye for protection.
The best defense is a good offense when it comes to smoke and your BFF. Keep us indoors as much as possible when the air index is dangerous and give us plenty of treats!
LOOKING FOR A HOME
We have kittens to foster! Call 775-423-7500 for details.
Policy, however, prohibits adopting out puppies or kittens under the age of six months to a home with children under five years of age. This is to protect both the children and the animal.IN NEED OF
Folks to attend our garage sale Friday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., and Saturday, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., at Oasis Church.
Board members: We are looking for energetic, enthusiastic, community-minded folks to serve on the CAPS board. We meet once a month. Call 775-423-7500 for details.
Help with our failing water system.
Dry cat food and Friskies wet. Dry dog food and Pedigree wet food.
Aluminum cans. If you have, cans to pick up, give us a call (775-423-7500) and we will come get them. You can also drop them off at CAPS. SHOUT OUT TO
Folks who made donations in honor of Peggy Graham. All CAPS guests salute you!
Everyone who donated items for our garage sale. Pooch smooches to you!
COME SEE US
CAPS is now open, we suggest appointments for adoptions, SNAPS, and food pantry. We are accepting volunteers. Call 775-423-7500. DON’T FORGET
Everyone at CAPS would like to honor Peggy Graham’s memory. She was a generous soul who loved animals and supported our mission of a no-kill-shelter. Her gentle kindness will live on in our hearts.
September Pet Holiday: Happy Healthy Cat Month
We need new kennel floors. Our GoFundMe link can be found on the CAPS Facebook page.CONTACT CAPS
CAPS’ mailing address is P.O. Box 5128, Fallon, NV 89407. CAPS’ phone number is 775-423-7500. CAPS’ email address is email@example.com. Please visit the CAPS website (www.capsnevada.com) and Facebook page (Churchill Animal Protection Society). Be sure to “Like” CAPS on Facebook because we are likeable.
CAPS is open to the public on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Kathleen Williams-Miller is a CAPS volunteer. Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.