Thursday, April 17, 2014
A few weeks ago the Tulare Animal Shelter held a groundbreaking ceremony with a difference for a new 780 sq ft interactive play and exercise area
for puppies and dogs. The facility, which will cost approximately $30,000, has been primarily
funded by a grant from the Jason Debus Heigl Foundation and the Tulare Rotary Club.
Frank Furtaw Leading The Groundbreaking Ceremony At The Tulare Animal Shelter
On March 6, Mr. Helo, a pit bull rescue, kicked off the building project at the 3817 So. K St. facility by breaking the ground, digging eagerly
for a bone the city’s animal services manager Frank Furtaw had buried earlier. The interactive area will allow staff, volunteers and potential dog
owners to play and exercise dogs in one of four areas that will comprise the completed project. (more…)
Tuesday, March 18, 2014
Do you see stray dogs or cats in your neighborhood? Be part of the solution!
The Latino Alliance for Animal Care Coalition is hosting an ANIMAL WELFARE COMMUNITY SUMMIT in the
San Fernando Valley on March 31st, 2014 from 6pm-8pm.
The Animal Welfare community summit brings together community members and Animal Welfare
advocates to address the welfare of the San Fernando Valley Animals. (more…)
Monday, March 17, 2014
When Bottle Pets heard about Sochi and Adler, the sick stray pups rescued
from Russia by staff from the US Winter Olympic Team and members of the press, they wanted to help support the Heigl Foundation and
our efforts to provide care and medical treatment for the two dogs.
Bottle Pets are stuffed animal toys and baby bottle covers in one. By making a purchase from the
Bottle Pet online store and entering the code PUPPYLOVE at checkout, proceeds
from the sale will go towards supporting Sochi and Adler’s recovery. (more…)