SAVE A CAT
Click here to check out all of the "potential new best friends" available at the
Powell County Animal Shelter and in FOPCP's Foster Care.
Layla is a typical heeler nature which includes being a good protector and worker. Heelers like having a job and Layla is loyal to her family to not only love but to also guard and protect. We feel she is ideally suited to a home outside a city where traffic and unfamilar folks are not a common occurrence. As you can see by her photos she has a kind heart. We are very fond of her and her sister, Laci! They were raised together and Laci has the same personality and tendancies.
Laci shares a lot of the same personality traits of her sister, Layla. They were raised together, and are really bonded. It would be wonderful if they could find the same home to keep each other company. Both are weary of strangers and don't much care for the hustle and bustle of the city, which would make them ideal for a country setting. And like most other heelers, Laci needs to have a job, like a protector or worker. Give these sweet sisters a shot!
Our Fundraisers are Life-Savers!
Our Kroger fundraiser has changed! It's even easier than before, go to kroger.com/ and create a username. Once you've logged on, click community rewards and type in our group name or number 11921. Now when you use your Plus Card or phone number, 4% of your purchase amount will be donated from Kroger (or Kroger affiliate)!
Log on to iGive.com, and specify “Friends of Powell County’s Pets” for your charitable donations. Then click on the store when you want to shop at. When you check out, iGive will be donate a portion of the sale to FOPCP. Plus, you get access to free shipping deals and exclusive coupons, on top of the great deals you'll find every day through our network of 800+ stores.
A BIG THANKS GOES OUT TO BEAUMONT MIDDLE SCHOOL!!!
The students had a month-long donation drive for our group. They collected cleaning supplies, foods, collars, leashes, treats, laundry detergents, Clorox wipes and towels. The students got to meet our fosters, Darci and Justine! And we discussed responsible pet ownership, our activities involving homeless pets, and even held a question and answer session. Everyone got to take photos with Darci and Justin, and cupcakes were enjoyed by all!!
You can still help us with our mission by donating funds for gas and other needs.
THANK YOU FOR THE DONATIONS!
Trap-Spay/Neuter-Release (or Adopt!)
Right now, we have a special spay/neuter program for stray cats in the Powell County area. By trapping, altering, and releasing stray cats, we are able to address the animal population in a humane and effective way. For more information, contact the Powell County Animal Shelter at (606) 663-4998 or in person at 121 Echo Hollow Road in Clay City.
PALS Application Still Available!
We offer assistance to Powell County residents in financial need of spaying and neutering their pets. If your household is low-income, you may qualify. You can obtain an application for the PALS program at the Powell County Public Library and at the Powell County Animal Shelter.
Right now until the end of year, we are holding a donation drive. Your kind contributions will benefit the homeless pets in our shelter. We are hoping to receive Purina Puppy or Kitten Chow, canned food (for dogs and cats), general cleaning supplies (including Dawn dish detergent), chew bones (non rawhide), flea and tick meds, small cat beds, paper towels, pee pads, small and medium dog collars, or any monetary donations. Items can be dropped at Sticks, Stones, & Stitches, The Stanton Vet Clinic, or the Powell County Shelter.
FOPCP at RICHMOND PETSMART!
Normally, we'll be at the Richmond PetSmart with all of our adoptable foster pets once a month! But at the moment, all events are understandably on hold until later notice.