Please Help!

This is near and dear to my heart. I always feel badly for animals in shelters. The Cripple Creek Animal Shelter is a small “no kill” shelter that only has room for a few dogs at a time. The shelter and the dogs really need your help with supplies and cash donations. Cripple Creek Ace Hardware is matching cash contributions dollar for dollar, so if you want to send a check to help, please make it out to Cripple Creek Animal Shelter, but send it to: Cripple Creek Ace Hardware/Cripple Creek Animal Shelter, 1075 Teller 1, Cripple Creek, CO 80813. Sending it this way will double your contribution and help the shelter and dogs even more. Nancy at the animal shelter will be picking up all donations/contributions at Cripple Creek Ace. Thank you for taking good care of your pets and caring about those who need to find good homes!

P.S. Sorry that this posting came across kind of strangly when I “reblogged” it. Formatting is different and it won’t let me change it. To see it in it’s “original, easier to read” version, click on the “Cripple Creek Ace Hardware & Supply” link at the top of the article or the “View Original” link at the bottom. Either will take you to the original posting site.

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Most pets are lucky to have a good home with people who love and care for them. Most pets have families or individuals who are concerned about their health and safety and would do anything for them. Most pets have a warm place to sleep and good meals to eat. Today, however, we want to talk about pets who don’t have those things and what we can do to help them while they’re at the shelter. Also, let’s talk about finding good, permanent homes for them.

Harley Harley

Harley Harley

There are a lot of reasons why people can no longer take care of their pets and there are also a variety of reasons why pets are removed from their homes. These animals end up in animal shelters and, as we all know, most shelters are very overcrowded with so many pets who need homes and so few people to adopt them. Ultimately…

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