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We finally receive a real snow fall during this warm, weird winter, and the dreaded snow thief has already started stealing our precious snow.
Much of Sibe Quentin is still covered in cold, glorious snow several inches deep. But we have also had several days of sunshine and slightly above freezing temperatures. The result is that our sunning spots are once again grassy.
You probably noticed, however, that not everyone is looking particularly concerned about the snow thief’s work.
The Valentine’s cards have started arriving along with $55 in donations to Sarge’s Animal Rescue Foundation. Cheoah and Qannik are off to an early lead in fundraising with Cheoah $5 ahead of Qannik.
Lots of time, though, for those results to change. To participate, just mail a Valentine to any of the dogs (or all of them!) at Dog’s Name, PO Box 1835, Maggie Valley, NC 28751. If you wish, enclose your tax deductible contribution made out to Sarge’s Animal Rescue Foundation and we will see that they get 100% of the donations.
Every day, Sarge’s rescues homeless dogs and cats and guides to them to new homes. Mack is one of those great examples and is looking for a forever home.
Mack is one of Sarge’s “special” kitties, meaning that his adoption fee is waived when we find the right home. He is a senior, about 10 years old, and has a thyroid issue, requiring once daily medication. The medicine is not expensive, and he takes it easily. Fun fact about Mack: He actually says “hello” very clearly when he is greeting people.
To find out more about Mack or any of the adoptable dogs and cats at Sarge’s, just visit their website for all the details and an application for adoption.
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