Month: December, 2020
Tuesday, December 29, 2020
Are you tired of watching the big game alone? Are you looking for that special companion that won’t talk through the halftime show, or worse yet, the commercials?! The Chautauqua County Humane Society will have the furry companion you’ve been looking for at our next adoption event at the Chautauqua Mall on Saturday January, 31st from Noon to 4. See all available pets right now at Chqhumane.org.
This event is made possible with the support of:
Happy Hounds Hotel and Day Spa, Brookdale Lakewood, Customized Management Strategies, The Chautauqua Mall, and Media One Group Radio.
We’ll see you at the Chautauqua Mall on Saturday, January 31st from Noon to 4. Follow the Chautauqua County Humane Society on Facebook.
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Tuesday, December 8, 2020
CHAUTAUQUA COUNTY HUMANE SOCIETY TO HOLD DRIVE-THROUGH PET FOOD GIVEAWAY
In the spirit of the season, the Chautauqua County Humane Society will be holding a special holiday pet food distribution to ease the strain on pet households that are facing financial difficulties. The drive-through giveaway will be on Saturday, December 19th, from 11am to 1pm, or while supplies last, at the former Sears Auto Center at the Chautauqua Mall.
This food distribution is made possible with the assistance of grants from the Mabel Anderson Fund and the Edwin L. Danielson Community Service Fund at the Chautauqua Region Community Foundation in combination with donations from the community. CCHS Executive Director Kellie Roberts said, “At CCHS, we work hard to help pets that are looking for homes as well as to do what we can for pets who are in loving homes but may need a hand due to the economic impact the coronavirus has had on their families. The grant monies provided through CRCF, food donations from Purina, and the generosity of our community have made it possible for us to provide over 22,000 pounds of kibble and more than 700 cans of food so far in 2020 through the CCHS Pet Pantry, Project Outpour in Dunkirk, and for clients at the Salvation Army in Jamestown.” Roberts also said, “We don’t want people to have to choose between feeding themselves or feeding their pets. We hope this distribution will make the holidays a little bit brighter for families who are in a financial pinch right now.”
Dry dog and cat food will be available at this event. Supplies are limited. All COVID guidelines will be followed and masks will be required. For more information visit Chqhumane.org or follow the Chautauqua County Humane Society on Facebook.