CLEARWATER TRIBUNE HOME

MAY 13, 2010

1st annual Big Eddy boating & Safety Fair

Please join us

   On Saturday, May 22 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. our Clearwater County Sheriffs Department, US Army Corps of Engineers Dworshak Dam, Idaho Parks and Recreation, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service and other generous local organizations will be hosting this extravaganza.

   There will be a free life jacket exchange for kids. The kids will need to bring their clean, usable life jackets that they have outgrown to exchange for one that fits perfectly! Other generous local organizations will be there to make this event fun for our kids.

   There will be all kinds of outdoor activities and water safety games...with prizes. There will also be a PWC (personal water craft) simulator for kids to try. A dive trailer and diving equipment will be on display-sponsored by the Clearwater County Sheriffs Department.

   You can also get a free boat safety inspection – a great opportunity to be sure we’re all ready for a safe boating season.

   Clearwater Humane Society will be serving hot dogs, soda and other yummy things. The hosts are also working on having upbeat music by local young musicians.

   Please come and enjoy all the fun. This is a great way to start our summer. For more information or questions, call the Dworshak Dam Visitor's Center at 208-476-1255.

Our policy on strays

   All stray dogs and cats are vaccinated upon arrival for their safety and the safety of the other dogs and cats. They are also neutered and spayed on the sixth (6) day. All costs are the responsibility of the owner claiming the dog. Strays are held for five (5) days and then are for adoption.

Wish list:
Dog and kitten food needed

   Dog food is really needed-adult only.

   ***We need large stainless steel bowls for water.*** We also need treats for training. Small milk bones and other tasty treats are great.

   **Please donate kitty/cat food.** We have 9 cats/kittens now. Dry kitten food, Purina kitten food is ok. Friskies canned food, ground only, is also greatly needed! Please help us help them.***

   We are almost out of blankets. Please donate your clean used ones.

   We really need canned and dry cat/kitten food and litter right now. We also need small ceramic bowls for the kitten and cat food. We also need covered litter pans.

   We need towels to bathe our dogs and cats. Please don’t throw your old towels away—we will put them to good use.

   ***We need nylabones and tug toys for the dogs/puppies and toys for our cats/kittens right now.***

   You can drop all donations of food, toys, blankets, etc. at Orofino Builders Supply. Steve and Leila Crockett continue to be animal lovers and great supporters.

   Remember, your donations are tax deductible. Thank you for thinking of us!

   Our mailing address is: Clearwater Humane Society, P.O. Box 2063, Orofino, ID 83544.

For adoption:
By appointment only
Any questions call 476-9823

   All animals are not always pictured. Please call to see if we have the perfect dog or cat for you!

   For any information on any of our animals, call 476-9823. Please leave your name, telephone number, and the reason you are calling. Please speak clearly and slowly.

Lost and found

   Lost on 5/7/10 on Michigan Ave in the area of the Junior High School. He might be trying to get back home to Kalaspo. Large male neutered cat, gray and white, long coat.

   Lost on 5/9/10 from Legacy Lane, three miles out of Kendrick heading toward Dworshak. Female dog, ten years old, spayed, wearing a dark brown or black collar with pet ID tag. Her name is Cassie. She is a shepherd/Lab X with floppy ears and is gray with black markings. Please call if you have any information.

   Went missing on April 30 in the Canoe Camp area of Hwy. 12. Female, spayed, six year old cat, mostly white coat with black/brown/tan patches. Has blue eyes. Not wearing a collar. If you have seen this cat, please call 476-9823.

   If you find a stray dog, please contain the dog or cat, if you feel it is safe to do so, and then call. Many times I get a call from someone that has a stray but by the time I get there the person calling says the dog ran off.

   Please contain in a yard or tie the dog until I get there. We want to keep these poor dogs safe and either find their owners or get them a wonderful lifetime home.

   All stray dogs and cats are vaccinated and wormed upon arrival for their safety and the safety of the other dogs and cats. They are also neutered and spayed after a five (5) day waiting period. All costs are the responsibility of the owner claiming the dog or cat. Strays are held for five days and then are up for adoption.

   If you recognize any of the above strays and know who the owner is, please call. We want to get these wonderful dogs and cats back to their homes. Call 476-9823.