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In this issue...
2011 events
Holiday Donations
Holly Kitty
All Grown Up - Duke and Jack
Misha May Mutterings 12-30-2010 




We wanted to express our deep gratitude for your help for the animals in so many ways in 2010. We look forward to working and playing with you in 2011.


Have a safe, fun and Happy New Year. Many Blessings and Warm Wishes are coming your way!


Please check out some of our 2011 events listed below: California Pizza Kitchen, Misha May Mutt Memories Valentine Affair (bring your dog), and Misha May's Grand Spring Event for the Mutts!


If you are interested in making an end of the year tax deductible donation, you can use the button at the left for $25, or go to the button on our website for a different amount

We know you love the animals like we do... 

Lorraine May,

Executive Director


Can't wait to see you in 2011!







Some of our 2011 events:


Monday, January 17 from 11am - 10pmCalifornia Pizza Kitchen will donate 20%
Cherry Creek's California Pizza Kitchen @
3000 East First Avenue, Denver, CO80206.
Saturday, February 12 Session #1 from 11-12:30 or Session #2 from 1-2:30

Misha May's Mutt Memories Valentine Affair

Create memories with your dog: photo, costume contest, snacks, dance lesson
Doggie Pause Day Care, 3220
S. Acoma, Englewood

Friday, March 18 Misha May's Grand Spring Event for the Mutts

Golden Hotel Grand Ballroom, 800 Eleventh Street, Golden

Sponsorships available




THANK YOU for the holiday donations and supplies for the animals from these businesses and their supporters:


Dirza and the Office Staff

Murdoch's Santa Photos

Mouthful's Santa Photos

As You Wish Pet Sitters with Jen

Doggie Pause Dog Daycare

Pet Station Holiday Tree with Kathryn & Dan, Karen & Lynn, Mary, Cindy, Susan and Evanger's Pet Foods



Holly Kitty
Holly's story is, unfortunately, not unusual. Happily, she found a wonderful home while she was still healthy and joyful enough to settle in easily.

Two Misha May volunteers were conducting a home visit for a dog when they were approached by a very friendly 6 month old cat. After speaking with local people, they learned that the kitty was being fed but was a stray living outdoors.

Everyone was concerned for her safety and that she had not been spayed. Misha May decided to rescue this kitty from a harsh life on the street. She now lives with other adopted Misha May animals in a devoted volunteer family.

Thanks Doug & Anne, for fostering and adopting. Thanks Blue, Sydney and Ginger for making space in this caring home!

Holly kitty












Duke all grown up ALL GROWN UP


Duke came to Misha May as an out of control pup. The resident dogs helped him learn manners. His new family thought they were coming to look at other dogs at the foster home, but took one look at Duke and said what about him? Now he is all grown up and living in love.


Jack came to Misha May through another rescue - this often happens as Misha May takes in mixed or pure breed dogs. Again, his new family came to see a different dog, but fell in love with Jack at the Pearl Street Fair. Jack is all grown up and living in love too!