Help the kitties of Duncan’s Place just by eating out!
On the Border restaurant in Loveland, located in the Promenade Shops at Centerra at I-25 & Hwy 34, will be hosting a give back night for Duncan’s Place:
They’ll be donating 10% of all dinner checks to the kitties! Wow! I’ll go have dinner and a marg, for sure.
126 saved-111 adopted so far…might be a few more this week, they would be barn kitties.
We will be at Loveland JAX’s Pet Halloween parade 10/30, might dress Peanut the kitten up as a peanut.
We had another successful vaccine clinic last Sunday, which will help pay our food bill. Thanks to all those who helped out! We have next year’s vaccine clinics already scheduled with Loveland JAX.
We are working more and more with NOCO Friends of Ferals, we took in 11 kitties from them, 2 of which we will be rehoming as barn kitties–they don’t like us humans too much, don’t blame them!!
Paws crossed on our grant requests to Larimer County Veterinary Association and Animal Assistance Foundation!
We will be doing a Party Light Fundraiser that will go on to to the middle of December, we get half the proceeds and people can get some great holiday gifts! (Too bad we can’t have candles here–too many burnt whiskers!) Also, we will do a regular Party Light party December 11, at 7 pm, will be sending invites… margaritas and cosmos will be served, plus some yummy appetizers.
We’re also working on a December skating party out at Centerra for all.
The Linnea Foundation gave us a very nice donation. Thank you Opal, Andrea, Rose!!!
Thank you also to Don Carrol–he designed and built our cat enclosure and our shed for storing our food pantry, Dudley’s Delectables. The supplies were generously donated by Home Depot.
We got a nice check from the CSU cat care conference, which will help pay our kitties’ medical bills!
Jan and Bob Link gave us a great donation in memory of their Lucy, who crossed the Rainbow Bridge last month.
Cats Rule sent us a box of their great litter mats for the kitties. These mats really do work and keeps litter scatter down to a minimum, highly recommended!
We have a limited edition t-shirt coming out. These have been designed and donated by our new foster family, the Corteses.
We will be at the Pets and Vets expo at the Loveland Outlets September 18.
We are planning some fun group events:
Popovich Comedy Pet Theater tickets are $14, $12 or $8. If Duncan’s Place has a group of at least 10, we can get the $14 seats for $10 each. Group tickets go on sale beginning August 23 and require full payment at the time of purchase. Seating is assigned, so we would all sit together.
We hope you are surviving the rains, or the sun, or whichever is currently bombarding you.
We’re having a crazy summer here at DPs, but first, some thank yous:
Linda Freeman, Lizzie’s mom, helped us pay off a huge chunk of our medical expenses. THANK YOU!
Also, Chris Begress made a very generous donation to us earlier this summer. THANK YOU!
Tiki Pet Products sent us a lot of probiotics, skin and coat conditioner, and other great supplements. Thanks, Tiki!
We just had a young calico kitten rescued from a Fort Collins by a good Samaritan. Sadly, a very ill homeless man had tried to drown her! We have medical care arranged for her, and are making room where no one else was able. She is about 6 months old, very sweet, and very grateful for her rescue!
Our next clinic will be this weekend, July 11 at the Loveland JAX from 2-4 pm.
Thank you to the Freeman family for their continued support!!!