Sunday, July 25, 2010

Friends of the Animals Campus Competition!

We love all of our volunteers from OSU and starting this semester we are having a competition to see which sorority/fraternity and which campus organization is the best "Friend of the Animals". The prize will be a traveling trophy and recognition as that semester's friend of the animals.

Sororities/fraternities will compete in a separate category from other campus organizations. There is one campus organization trophy and one sorority/fraternity trophy.
Members from groups should come in and tell us that you are volunteering on behalf of a campus organization and we will set you up to keep track of your hours. Each hour is worth 1 point.

Participation in our Walk N Wag fundraiser is 10 points per participant.
Having a supply drive for us that collects 25 of our listed requested items is worth 10 points.
Planning and holding an offsite adoption event for us will also be worth extra points, dependent on the size of the event.
Fundraisers and assistance with already planned fundraisers will also be worth additional points.

So come in, get signed up for your group and start volunteering!

Monday, July 12, 2010


Taking care of so many homeless animals gets very expensive and we are lucky to have some great sponsors who are willing to help us out.

(If you or your business are interested in getting your name on a cage contact us at for details)

Saturday, July 10, 2010

Gentle Giant

Rolo is a big guy, probably part Boxer and a little Great Dane. While Rolo loves to wrestle with the other dogs he knows how to be gentle with the little ones.

This little kitten is in foster care. He doesn't have any brothers or sisters so Rolo took some time to play with him. When the little guy fell off his bed Rolo even gently picked him up and placed him back on it.

If you are in need of a gentle giant visit our sweet Rolo!

Friday, July 2, 2010


It is kitten season and we have lots of these guys up for adoption! We love every one of these little guys and the best thing about rescuing them is that we make sure every single one is spayed or neutered so they won't contribute to next year's flood of unwanted kittens.