August 2016 Elmore SPCA News & Updates
Harsh Winter Winds
Bring Need For Roof Repairs
Age and strong wind has taken its toll on the shelter roof, making replacement necessary.
In preparation, Elmore has been busy gathering numerous material quotes, and establishing a volunteer work crew to do the needed repair.
Currently, anticipated m
aterial costs are expected to be $1900 to $2100, depending on the extent of damage found as roof shingles are removed.
Now, all we need to make this happen is you. Your donation to the
Roof Replacement Fund
ensures that no dollars are taken away from daily animal shelter operational needs
. Your tax deductible donation can be made electronically using
, or by traditional donation methods. Please mark donations as
Roof Replacement Fund
. Thank you for your generosity!
Fri, August 12, UFirst Credit Union Adoption Day,
Rugar Street, Plattsburgh. 11am-2pm
Adoptable pets on-site
*Above events are subject to change without notice.
Wed, August 17, VT Cat Spay/Neuter Transport,
Call Carol at 534-3484 to schedule.
This low cost option includes vaccination too!
See article below for more details.
Mon, August 22, Paint and Sip Party - Fundraiser
Contact Shannon @ firstname.lastname@example.org
$30 payable prior to date of event
Held at UNOs, Route 3, Plattsburgh, 6-8:30pm
Wed, August 24, Perrywinkle's Paws Paint and Sip
Smithfield Blvd, Plattsburgh, 5:30-8pm
Registration fee $25.
Link to move info about upcoming events
LOW COST CAT SPAY/NEUTER CLINIC RATES GO INTO EFFECT
Affectionately Cats Spay Clinic in Williston VT now offers a reduced cost "package deal" for altering cats and kittens. For $60, your feline is spay or neutered, given rabies and distemper vaccines, and if needed, receives treatments for fleas and ear mites. An additional $10 fee (per household) will be assessed by Elmore to defray transportation expenses.
The Elmore SPCA monthly spay/neuter transport is a single day process, offering community residents three convenient transport drop off/pickup areas. They include our shelter (Telegraph Road, Peru), Tractor Supply parking lot (Plattsburgh) and Maplefield's/Dunkin Donuts/A&W parking lot (Route 9 Plattsburgh).
For a rabies vaccine to be administered kittens must be at least three months old. The clinic accepts cats in heat, and will also perform pregnant spays.
|For more information or to schedule, please call Carol at 534-3484. The next transport is Wednesday, August 17.
Do you have a dog or cat in need of altering? Are you finding the cost out of reach? The Elmore SPCA non-income based spay/neuter assistance program may be the program for you.
SNIP voucher amounts include cat spay $50 and neuter $40, and dog spay $75 and neuter $50. This program provides a $500 monthly fund balance for the issuance of vouchers. Once this amount is reached, no additional vouchers will be issued until the following month.
Go to the
dditional program information, and to download a SNIP application.
Completed applications can then be emailed, mailed, or dropped of at the shelter. All approved vouchers must be picked up at the shelter within one week of issuance.
Although most local veterinary offices accept Elmore SNIP vouchers, please contact your veterinarian prior to applying to assure that they are participating in our program.
SNIP is a community service program. Its purpose is to help control animal overpopulation, while providing health and behavioral benefits. For it to exist, we need your support. Donations to SNIP can be made through traditional methods, or electronically using
. Please note any donation to this program as SNIP Donation.
STATISTICS FOR JULY
Small Mammals: 1
Redemptions (return to owner): 12
Small Mammals: 2
Bagherra & Haus
August Adoptable Pets of the Month
Aluminum Pans (Lasagna size)
Kitten size litter boxes with no cover
(For small for kittens 5-6 weeks old)
Dry kitten food any brand
Kitten KMR (Kitten formula)
Gently used or new cat carriers
**Non-clumping Clay Cat Litter,
Pressure Washer & Weed Trimmer Purchased
in July by Very Generous Donors. Thank You!!!
In Honor of
Companion pets and their unconditional love
Everyone who finds a way
to help animals
by Anet St. Pierre & NCCS High School Sunshine Fund
Kathryn Rabeler from Susan Wilson
Ann Robbins from Susan Smith, Michael Robbins, and Ken & Barbara Adams
Lance Layhee from his family and many friends
Gary Passino from Dave and Roberta Sullivan
Care Rooney for her daughters Pat and Ann Rooney
Robert Barker by Margaret Murat
Dannemora Federal Credit Union
Credit union employees take quick photo break.
Peep and Candy Corn tired out from a day of play.
(FYI...Peep has been adopted!!!)
Cumberland 12 Adoption Day
Secret Life of Pets
Ashley, Cumberland 12 employee,
gets a little kitten cuddle time.
All animals attending the
Cumberland 12 Adoption Day have been adopted.
Elmore Golf Tournament
Honors the memory of their good friend
Animal lovers "paws" for a photo op.
We absolutely agree...Real men do love cats!
Adirondack Trash Service; Bills Body Shop; Booth Insurance Agency; Champlain Spine & Pain Management; Haila Conant, CPA, PC; Dannemora Federal Credit Union; Michael T. Davey, DMD, PC; Eye Care for the Adirondacks; Ed Garrow & Sons, Inc.; Garvey Hyundai; Hamilton Funeral Home; High Peaks Dental; Invisible Fence of Champlain Valley; Langley Walker Insurance; Lee Appliance; Luck Brothers Inc.; Midas, Northern Insuring Agency Inc.
; Palmers Veterinary Clinic; William Pelton MD; Peru Federal Credit Union; Peru Pharmacy, Inc.; Plattsburgh Animal Hospital; Plattsburgh Distributing; Plattsburgh Memorials; Riley Ford; Gilbert Smith & Linda Shepard DDS; Touraid Travel Inc.; Triangle Electrical Systems, Inc.; UFirst Federal Credit Union; Wilson Appliance Centers, Inc.
Outstanding weather, increased team registration, and a record breaking fundraising effort made the 2016 Elmore Golf Tournament a summer to remember.
Twenty teams teed off at noon, vying for a variety of great prize opportunities. Golfers finished their day with pizza and desserts, prize announcements, a 50/50 drawing, and a long list of quality raffle items.
Special Thanks to:
-Dave and Dolores Vivian, Barracks Golf
Course (and Noah, your sweet rescue dog).
-Mike Dodds our mentor, supporter and friend.
None of this would have been possible
without your guidance and confidence
-All Sponsors, donors and team players.
-Dedicated volunteers that worked on this event
from January to July. It was your
hard work and passion that made this the
number one fundraiser for Elmore in 2106.
Local businesses give back to the community.
Supporting Them...Helps Us!
Your business can
Help Us...Help Them
too, by advertising in our monthly newsletter. For more information email
. Please note
in the subject line.
Elmore SPCA, Inc. | PO Box 686, Peru, NY 12972 | 518.643.2451 |
Our Mission Statement
To provide shelter and comfort for animals in need that are on their path to finding loving lifetime homes. To care for the homeless, to defend the abused, cherish the elderly and disabled, and to fight with unrelenting diligence for the recognition of the integrity of all animals.
Board of Directors
Laurie Parsons, President
Carol Solari-Ruscoe, Secretary
Inger Joy, Treasurer
Rebecca Patnode, Director
Rebecca Burdo, Shelter Manager
Cheri Reynolds, Volunteer Coordinator
SueEllen Coste, Membership Coordinator
Bonnie Miller, Coin Collection Coordinator