A Day at the Park

It was a gorgeous day for Bark in the Park. There was music, and food, and lots of vendors, and dogs everywhere!
Many people who adopted dogs at PAWS brought them to the event for happy reunions with the shelter staff and volunteers.
Our new cat booth had lots of visitors.

Whew! I could have used a nap too.

Thank you to everyone who helped with my fundraising efforts!

Countdown to Bark in the Park

If you live in the area, please join us at Cranbury Park, Norwalk, CT next Saturday, September 17th from 11am to 3pm. This is the fourth annual fundraising dog festival for PAWS. Even though the event is mostly about the dogs, it’s still a lot of fun!

This year the cats will have their own booth with pins and toys and paraphernalia for sale. They won’t be attending though. The cats will be back at the shelter waiting for us to bring home the kibble.

If you can’t join us and want to help support PAWS please CLICK HERE. Thank you!

Gracie (top photograph) is keeping an eye on the merchandise. Mickey took one for the team and is reluctantly helping out.

The Kindness of Strangers

When I met little kitten Blanche this week, I thought of Blanche Dubois in “A Streetcar Named Desire.” Her big line at the end of the movie was, “I have always depended on the kindness of strangers.”

The cats, kittens, dogs and puppies at the shelter depend on all of us.
In a few weeks PAWS is having it’s biggest fundraiser of the year. It’s called “Bark in the Park”, or as I like to call it, “Meow in the Meadow.”
I have a secure donation page, CLICK HERE, and would be so grateful if you could help with any amount!

Blanche thanks you too.

Please Help!

This Sunday the PAWS shelter in Norwalk CT will be holding a fundraising event called “Bark in the Park”. Personally I think it should be called “Meow in the Meadow”, but they didn’t ask me. Anyway the money raised will support the shelter’s dogs AND cats. Please click on this link and give whatever help you can. Thank you!