Do you have a little extra space in your home and some love to share? Surface Creek Animal Shelter is looking for four foster homes for 15 kittens. The length of time needed for fostering varies -- some kittens only need a week, others need a home for a month.
The Surface Creek Animal Shelter, the Town of Cedaredge, and the Surface Creek Veterinary Center are sponsoring a trap, neuter/spay, and release (TNR) program for feral and wild cats in the Surface Creek area.
There are a number of community cats in the Surface Creek area that have been abandoned or lost, born to stray mothers, are feral, or have never been socialized with people.
In 2018 the Surface Creek Animal Shelter adopted out 231 animals -- 69 dogs, 52 cats and 110 kittens. In addition to adoptions the shelter also returns lost pets to owners. Last year they reunited 75 dogs and eight cats.
Approximately 250 people came through Creekside Café on Thanksgiving to benefit from the free traditional meal being served. Staff milled about, happy to be serving the community.
When the Surface Creek Animal Shelter in Cedaredge held its grand re-opening in June 2018, the crowd of well-wishers got its first glimpse of the non-profit facility's new complex. The renovated building is amazing on two counts.
A large crowd was on hand to celebrate the ribbon cutting as the Surface Creek Animal Shelter officially re-opened its renovated building last Saturday. Holding the ribbon were Deb Fairchild, vice president of the nonprofit shelter board and Larry Dumler, president.
The Surface Creek Animal Shelter invites the public to the grand opening of its new building this coming Saturday. Folks are invited to bring their dogs for a walk along the nearby Surface Creek Trail at 9:30 a.m.
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