A Waggin purrfect fair cookie booth success!
Thank you to our
Thank you Tony Wilson at Barneys for donating ice, we appreciate your donation very much. Thank you Rob Vance from Search and Rescue for the use of your coolers. A big shout out and thank you to Marilyn Moore, and Jill Renner who call our volunteer cookie bakers. What they do takes many hours and I deeply appreciate both of you.
We also send many thanks to the many many cookie bakers who care and take time out of their busy schedules to continue to help us help the animals.
You are vital! Many, many people bake the most delicious and exotic cookies I have ever seen.
It’s always so good to see and thank everyone each day as they bring their scrumptious cookies to us.
A huge thank you to Barbara Bowman, Shanon and Mike Nixon, Fred Allen, Carol Johnson, Laura Penny, and J.R. Collins. Thank you so very much for setting up our cookie booth the day before the fair starts and removal of our items.
Thank you to our volunteers who work long shifts, always gladly and with great enthusiasm. We admire and are deeply grateful to you. Each of you will have had a hand in helping us continue to help all the animals in our community. We would also like to thank those people who simply donated money.
Our volunteer workers in our booth for 2022 were Shanon Nixon, Barabara Bowman, Laurie Penny, Chris Coonts, Jill Renner, Wendi Ray, Mandi Barlow, Brittany Goetz, Le Ann and Stewart Wilson, Kathy Thompson, Janet Overman, Crystal Willis, Tina Madsen, Shelley Long, Kathy Hendricks, Bill Kenney, Kim Browning, Pam Ortega, Terry Lester, Elizabeth Morgan, Bonnie Mathews, Lynn and Eric MacEachern, and Amber Hanes-Miller.
We would like to thank all the volunteers who baked the cookies for us: Bernice Pullen, Shanon Nixon, Lauire Penney, Bonnie Mathews, Nancy Dye, Shirley Seeley, Sharon Dohms, Marcie Stanton, Julie Roby, Renee Robbins, Monica Jones, Julie Irby, Arlene Loop, Glori Morrison, Kathy McKnight, Susan Summers, Joyce Peltier, Deb Koziol, Sharon Haynes, Jami Tyler, Helen Clark, Marilyn Moore, Gayle Swayne, Otela Redl, Mary Palmer, J W Heddon, Francis Crooks, Barb Seeley, Kelly Schmittou, Kelly and Amber Gardner, Pam Deyo, Kathy and Rod Shield, Mark Klinke, Jill Renner, Sharon Quizmorio, June Cleveland, Nancy Cleveland, Bill Keeney, Kathy Hendricks, Jeannie Johnson, Linda Chamberlain, Penny Hasenoehrl, Samantha Paulson, Juanita McLean, Bird Goodwin, Teena Gortsema, Tina Madsen, linda harrelson, betsy lang, Kathy Thompson, Le Ann Wilson, Jo Coon, Cindy Freeman, Heidi Adams, Andrea Dell, Crystal Willis, Debbie McAdow, Peggy Polito and Bill Kenny.
Sitka, Husky X, neutered male, 2 yrs old. Lost on 9-17-22 from Greer Grade at MM6. Grey & black coat, has white on part of the muzzle, eyes, feet, chest & belly. Weaving a bright orange collar w/ reflective strip. Might or might not have attached brown leather leash. This dog was probably sprayed by a skunk. If you have this dog or have seen this dog, please call the Clearwater Humane Society at 208-476-9823. Owner is devastated and is offering a reward for safe return.
Missing cat from Ahsahka, on 8-16, spayed female, 10 yrs old, mostly white, has one patch of dark brown on her side, and on the other side has an orange patch. Face is dark brown and orange, not wearing a collar. If you have this cat or if you’ve seen this cat please call the Clearwater Humane Society at 208-476-9823.
Two stray dogs seen about 1.5 miles up Upper Fords Creek on Crow Bench on Sept. 4. One yellow lab and the other a Border CollieX, running together. Couldn’t get close enough to see if they have collars. If you are the owner of these dogs, have seen these dogs, or if you have these dogs, please call the Clearwater Humane Society at 208-476-9823.
Two stray dogs seen on 8-22 at Pink House Recreation Area & Camping. Both are black Dachsund mix, no collars. If you’re the owner please call the Clearwater Humane Society at 208-476-9823.
Sassy, 6½ month old female, Husky X. Loves everyone and is full of puppyness. For more information please call the Clearwater Humane Society at 208-476-9823.
Shasta, 2 yr old female, Husky X. Very sweet natured. For more information please call the Clearwater Humane Society at 208-476-9823.
We need kitten and cat food right now so that we have help caring for our cats and kittens until we find their forever homes.
We need large stainless steel bowls for water. We also need treats for training. Small milk bones and other tasty treats are great. ***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, Leila, and Will Crockett continue to be animal lovers and great supporters.
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Our policy on strays
All stray dogs and cats are scanned for a microchip, 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 or cat. Strays are held for five (5) days and then are for adoption.
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.