This was posted on the Friends of Ukiah Animal Shelter Facebook page. This is the shelter I volunteer at. At this point it’s with the kitties. I’ve had cats all my life & have a connection with them. Though, I do hope to work with the dogs down the road. Also fostering/adopting them.
Lincoln is sponsored by us here at Friends and MSPR. He’s a volunteer favorite and we want him to have a home of his own. We are hoping that having his adoption fees covered will get you to the shelter to check him out.
***All dogs are on a quarantine hold until October 26th. This adoptable pet is located at the Ukiah Animal Shelter, which is open Tuesday-Saturday 10am-5pm with Wednesdays open late until 7pm. The address is 298 Plant Road Ukiah, CA. Friends of Ukiah Animal Shelter is run by volunteers, animal advocates and animal lovers of Mendocino County, not the staff of the Ukiah Animal Shelter. We now are also a 501c3 nonprofit called Mendo Shelter Pets Rescue (MSPR). This pet is currently not a MSPR pet, although could be if a foster home was found. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would be interested in fostering for Mendo Shelter Pets Rescue. www.mendoshelterpets.com
This was posted on the Friends of Ukiah Shelter page on Facebook. This is one of the dogs at the shelter where I volunteer. Fortunately, my husband & I were able to donate. If you’re able to contribute as well, please do. If you don’t have PayPal, they do accept checks. If you’re not able to, then, please do hold a good thought & keep him in your prayers. Also, share this with other animal lovers that you know. Much appreciated.
URGENT Medical Emergency! We need to raise 900.00 NOW! This could be life or death for Ducky. https://www.paypal.me/mendopetrescue Team, Ducky has been bleeding non-stop from his fine needle aspirate site and he needs to have the mass removed now! The Ukiah Animal Shelter has agreed to allow us to move forward and for that we are very thankful. Dr. Fetherston has graciously offered to get him in tomorrow at Yokayo Veterinary Center to remove the mass and send it in for biopsy. We have a glimmer of hope because although the cytology reports came back inconclusive Ducky’s blood work came back normal. Ducky deserves a chance help us give it to him!