These kittens practiced for WEEKS for this performance, playing until their paws wore out, just to represent the shelter! A modest donation to our Crowdrise campaign below would make their hard work worthwhile!

Support CVAS through the Newman's Own Challenge this holiday season and help us help more animals! Two of the 900+ cats and dogs CVAS has helped this year are featured below.

Cadet was brought to CVAS on October 10 as a stray, with terrible injuries to his hindquarters. His tail (right) was mostly severed and dragged behind him. He had multiple tears in the skin and the entire area was inflamed; it must have been extremely painful. Cadet still suffers from incontinence due to the damage. His tail was amputated and his infections treated. The incontinence is slowly getting better. Cadet is a great cat, friendly and good-tempered, after all he's been through.

Cadet was brought to CVAS on October 10 as a stray, with terrible injuries to his hindquarters. His tail (right) was mostly severed and dragged behind him. He had multiple tears in the skin and the entire area was inflamed; it must have been extremely painful. Cadet still suffers from incontinence due to the damage. His tail was amputated and his infections treated. The incontinence is slowly getting better. Cadet is a great cat, friendly and good-tempered, after all he's been through.

Another of this year's animals is Peaches (the dog on the right in the photo below). Peaches was brought to CVAS in early 2017 because her owner was having balance problems and could no longer walk her safely. She was adopted quickly, and you can see for yourself how it worked out!

Our thanks go out to Anthony for this great photo of Peaches, out for some air with her new friend Sophie.

Our thanks go out to Anthony for this great photo of Peaches, out for some air with her new friend Sophie.

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Winter is fast approaching, and it would make a huge difference to CVAS to have some people who can help out with shoveling and plowing snow! If you are near Arden and are willing and able to come when the snow falls and plow out the driveway, or shovel paths between buildings, please call Shelbie at 509.684.1475.

We also need more FIREWOOD to get through til spring. We are very grateful to those of you who already dropped some off!

 

CVAS alumni Hank and Zipurr

CVAS alumni Hank and Zipurr

Make an appointment today to visit our wonderful cats and dogs. If you aren't ready to bring a new pet home, you can "virtually adopt," and sponsor the care of an animal in need.

Volunteers are the heart and soul of CVAS. Make a difference in your community, and join us!

Your donations make our shelter and rescue work possible. With your support, every year CVAS helps more than 600 cats and dogs in need of food, shelter, and medical care.