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Meet Your New Feline Friend at SCRAPS
Don't miss our Third Annual Open House.
Band Together for the Animals
10 - 2 p.m.
SCRAPS - 6815 E. Trent
Check Out our Off Leash Online Auction
Check out our Facebook page all this month to see our Pick of the Day and find your new best feline friend at SCRAPS.
SCRAPS Special Deliveries start this month.
Call 477-2752 or email us at email@example.com to tell us why your company should have a special delivery of kittens at come to your business.
Saturday, June 11 Band Together for the Animals
10 – 2 p.m.
SCRAPS – 6815 E Trent
Stop by our shelter for the third annual celebration of our regional animal shelter.
The events includes free treats for your cats and dogs, a tour of the facility, vendors with give-aways and free cake! One of our Animal Protection Officers will also be on hand to talk about rescuing animals and how you can help.
Admission is free.
SCRAPS Off Leash Online Auction
June 10 – 20th
Bid on fabulous items, classes and gift certificates and help save the life of a homeless, abused and abandoned animals here in Spokane.
Check out all the event happening at SCRAPS on our website at www.spokanecounty.org/SCRAPS
There is something really special about Karma.
She was a little older, a little overweight
and had food allergies,
but she also had the something
wonderful that made her
the center of attention at our auction.
Karma was adopted by Annie.
She was working at the 1 Stop Media
table at the auction,
looked up and fell in love.
Karma’s mellow, calm prescence
has filled her new home with happiness and serenity.
Support SCRAPS while you shop at Amazon.com. Enter through the link above and your new purchase of a book or cd will help a homless, abused or abandoned animal here in Spokane County.
For humans, BarkBox is a monthly delivery of toys, treats, and chews. For dogs, BarkBox is like the joy of 1 million belly scratches. From heavy chewers to special allergies, we paw-pick the best natural treats, chews, and innovative toys to match your dog’s unique preferences. Use our code "SCRAPS" and 10 % of your purchase price comes back to the animals in our care.
When you purchase pet products on Bissell.com and enter the code SCRAPS at checkout, a portion of your purchase will be donated to our shelter.
Bow Wow Meow Market
Located here at SCRAPS, this boutique features clothes, collars, toys, leashes and one-of-a-kind hand made items for pets and people. Stop by and see everything that is available. All proceeds benefit the SCRAPS Animal Medicla Fund.
Every shelter dog deserves a Kuranda bed. Kuranda beds keep our dogs comfortable during their stay with us. They are durable and easy to clean. Donate one today! Purchase one for your pet and Kurand will donate 10% of the sale back to the Spokane County Regional Animal Protection Service.
Support SCRAPS and learn more about your dog’s genetic health with a Canine HealthCheck. Click the link above, use code SCRAPS and save $20 on your order of a Canine HealthCheck for your dog. Your purchase will help care for a homeless, abused or abandoned animal here in Spokane County.
VCA is a partner with SCRAPS in providing quality care for homeless, abused and abandoned animals care. They donate their time to help us give senior pets and abused animals exams before they become available for adoption.
The Spokane Federal Credit Union have been long-time supporters of SCRAPS and are currently major event sponsors and sponsors of our Volunteer of the Quarter program.
The PetSmart stores in the Spokane Valley and on the Spokane South Hill are two of our off site adoption partners. Both of these store help SCRAPS cats find new home by allowing us to keep them there in their pet care center. Their support of our mission has helped saved many feline lives.
The Spokane Valley Petco has been a long-time partner of SCRAPS. They house adoptable cats and work with us on adoption events, community events and food drives. Their work, both locally and nationally, have made a big difference in the lives of the animals we care for.
PetRescue RX is an online pet pharmacy that is donating 100% of their net proceeds to Animal Shelters and Rescue Groups like SCRAPS. Their pharmacy carries all leading brands, including Frontline Plus, K9 Advantix II, Advantage II, Dasuquin, Greenies and Heartgard. It also offers fast and free shipping to your home on most orders.
Country Stores in Spokane Valley
The Country Stores in Spokane Valley have been great partners of SCRAPS. They have provided food and animal care products in addition to helping SCRAPS find new homes at adoption events.
iGive has hundreds of online merchants to choose from like Amazon, Ace Hardware, Expedia and Converse. Just go to iGive.com and sign up. List SCRAPS as your charity of choice and shop for a cause! We get a percentage back from every purchase you make.
Take us to Fred Meyer with you! Fred Meyer is offering a customer loyalty rewards program that will benefit your favorite animal shelter - SCRAPS. Link your rewards card to us at www.fredmeyer.com/communityrewards with the number 83825. Now go shopping! We'll sit back and collect donations from your hard work. You shop, we get money for our Animal Medical Program - what could be better!
Pool World has made a splash at SCRAPS by donating $100 for every spa, hot tub and above ground purchase you make. Please mention SCRAPS as your charity.
Join us on Saturday June 21st for the dedication of our new facility. Come meet area rescue groups, enter for door prizes, tour the new regional animal facility and attend animal-related seminars. Official dedication begins at 9:45 a.m. with the Band Together for the Animals event following until 2 p.m.
The owners of a German shepherd mix that came to SCRAPS surrendered him for an unusual reason – he ate the siding off their house. They lived next to a police shooting range and the dog wanted back in the house any way he could. When he arrived at the shelter his nervous disposition made him unadoptable. He was transferred to Kootenai Humane Society who partners with a group that provides intense training for dogs with just this type of behavior. The dog is doing great in training and will be placed up for adoption shortly.
Taffy is a wonderful black lab with a great personality and very intelligent. Day after day, she was passed over for adoption because of a tumor on her back. Potential adopters worried about the cost of the surgery and, what’s more, whether or not it was cancerous. Our transport staff worked with Homeward Pet Rescue who took Taffy. The tumor was removed (it was benign) and she quickly found a home
If you have a happy ending to share with us, please e-mail us your pet story. E-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org . We would love photographs too!