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Another adoption!

Joan just got adopted!!!

Very nice lady, Joan picked her, jumped in her lap and kissed her and that was it. :)

The lady saw our Reporter-Herald article back in June and kept a copy of it, and wanted to adopt a kitty from us. She just got done traveling and what not and was ready for a new friend, and it is my little Joan! :)

Natural Balance Customers–Help DPs just by feeding your pets!

Save your UPCs and receipts and help DP!

Save your UPCs and receipts and help DP!

Here’s how you can help our kitties with very little effort and doing something you already do…

Cut out the UPC code from Natural Balance® bagged food, cases of canned food, or 2.5 lb or 4 lb rolls and attach it to the register receipt as a proof-of-purchase.

Then just donate the UPC and receipt to your Duncan’s Place–it’s just like donating money. When we have collected 50 UPC codes, we will receive a check from the Natural Balance company.

Easy, huh? Please tell all your friends, and start helping us help the kitties today!

DP’s Second Low-cost Vaccine Clinic

When: September 12, 2009, starting at 10 am

Duncan’s Place with the help of Dr. “R” from Mountianwood Pet Hospital will be at Mirasol Senior Community Center (1153 Finch St., Loveland, CO 80537, 970-663-1300).

We will be offering a limited number of vaccines, so it is a first come, first served basis. Please have your pets properly restrained, dogs on leashes and cats in carriers, we will be outside on a shaded patio away from traffic, but still have your pets restrained! Also if your pet had a previous allergic reaction or you are afraid of allergic reaction please contact your veterinarian before getting you pet vaccinated.

We will be offering nail trims as well for $5 for both cats and dogs
Microchipping: $25–includes registration for both cats and dogs.

No hidden fees or disposable fees, quick exam also comes with vaccines!!!

Spotlight on a Sponsor

Please take a minute to learn about one of our generous supporters.

The Linnea Memorial Fund made a very large and generous donation to us through their Pet Walk and Adopt-a-thon and I am extremely thankful!

Linnea was murdered on May 30, 2008 in Fort Collins, Colorado at the age of 20. Her dreams, aspirations, and goals were taken from her. She was attending Front Range Community College and was focusing on pursuing business at Colorado State University.

Linnea, even as a young child, had the compassion to adopt unwanted animals. She and her sister adopted two cats from the local shelter, and even then, she chose the older, plain, tabbies.

Linnea was heard to say, “This animal needs a home, and we have a home.” She would find homes for some of these animals, and others became a part of her family. She felt patience, compassion, nurturing, and love, would bring out the unique and individual personality of each animal. This was evident in her rescued animals:

Bentley: Beagle
Lage : Chihuahua
Desi: Cat
Kaja: Cat
Teensil: Cat (perished with her)
Her family of animals also included a turtle, various reptiles, and fish.

Linnea had also become a vegan in an effort to save the lives of more animals. Her specific views on how humans and animals should be treated were carried out in her everyday life.

Linnea was a beautiful, young woman whose voice could be heard on environmental, educational, animal, and human rights. She was making a difference to her animals, family, community and the planet.

This quote is reflective of her: “The purity of a person’s heart can be quickly measured by how they regard animals.” -Anonymous

Everything that the Linnea Memorial Fund does is a living memorial to Linnea’s beliefs.

Please take a minute to learn more:
Linnea Memorial Fund

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