FOOTHILLS ANIMAL SHELTER 
March 2014 Newsletter
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Help London Walk Free Of Pain

2-year-old London, a large Mastiff mix, needs your help so she can have a specialized surgery for one of her legs. We are excited to partner with LoveAnimals.org to launch a new campaign (seen nationally by other animal lovers who may not know us like you do, but still want to help). This opportunity will provide an easy way for you to help our Shelter pets with special needs.
 
Please note 100% of your donation through LoveAnimals.org will go directly to London's surgery. Can you help us reach our goal to raise $1,000 by her surgery on March 25?  Be sure to forward London's story to friends and family who may want to help her, too! Every single dollar counts, no matter what you are able to give.

Click here to learn more about London's story and why she needs your help. 

 

Vote to Help Us Win $5,000
   

Foothills Animal Shelter is honored to be one of seven Colorado charity nominees competing in this year's Citywide Banks Charity Hand-Up Contest.
 
Beginning March 17th, the public is invited to vote for their favorite charity nominee on Citywide Bank's Facebook page (only one vote per Facebook account allowed). The charity that receives the most votes wins!

  
How you can help us win the grand prize of $5,000:
  • Vote for Foothills Animal Shelter
  • Tell your friends and family to vote
  • Post comments/testimonials about what you love about Foothills Animal Shelter directly on Citywide Banks's Facebook timeline, Twitter account or LinkedIn page 
 
Pet First Aid & CPR
Gain the skills necessary to help save your pet's life in case of an emergency! This class is great for pet owners, pet sitters, dog walkers, animal evacuation teams and vet techs.

Cost: $89 per person
Date: April 26
Time: 1-5:30 pm
Location: Foothills Animal Shelter (580 McIntyre Street in Golden)

 
February Spay/Neuter Special helps 171 pets!
In honor of the nationally recognized World Spay Day, our month-long spay/neuter special helped many pet owners who otherwise may not have been able to spay or neuter their pets.

70 cats and 101 dogs benefited from this surgery, which will not only help reduce pet overpopulation, but will make these pets happier and healthier! 
Welcome Home
In February, 354 pets in our care found forever homes and 104 lost pets were reunited with their families! We appreciate your continued support as we help orphaned animals get the best chance at a better life.
 
Thank you to everyone that has adopted a pet, volunteered, or made a gift to support our life-saving work. You are our heroes!
 
BOW WOW, MEOW & THANKS FOR ALL YOU DO TO HELP HOMELESS PETS!
 

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