Monday, April 15, 2013
Friends of Attleboro Animal Shelter is collecting donations to provide medical care for local dogs and cats.
Friends of Attleboro Animal Shelter is caring for several dogs and cats needing extra medical attention. The nonprofit organization is seeking donations from the community so it can help these animals. "FAAS is a nonprofit volunteer group, which provides care for dogs and cats who end up in the city's shelter," a press release from the organization states. "The city doesn't provide any money for the medical care of cats and has a limited budget for dogs." FAAS provided the following biographies for cats and dogs needing medical attention: Those who want to help can write a check payable to FAAS, P.O. Box 592 Attleboro, MA 02703. Contributions can also be made via PayPal using FAAS's email address email@example.com. Donors are asked…
Friday, May 20, 2011
Eric Berghman does his part for the Attleboro Animal Shelter.
Given his profound love for music, especially from the era when he was growing up- the 1950’s through the 1970’s- it would be appropriate that a theme for ‘Electric Eric’ Berghman might be from “Gimme Shelter,” that famous song by the English rock band, the Rolling Stones. But those who truly know this owner of his two-year-old Stray Tatts Studios on 5 Park St. in Attleboro associate this tattoo owner with his love of animals and for the support he’s provided the Attleboro Animal Shelter that cares for hundreds of stray pets each year in the city. And for his contributions this past year on behalf of the Friends of Attleboro Animal Shelter (FAAS), the all volunteer, non-profit organization dedicated to providing financial and volunteer …
Thursday, April 14, 2011
Attleboro Animal Shelter depends on it's volunteers.
- VOLUNTEERS IN THE NEWS
- Ann McEvoy
Thursday, April 14, 2011
The Attleboro Animal Shelter and its animal control officers rely on the Friends of Attleboro Animal Shelter (FAAS) for a number of important aspects of the shelter. The volunteers help by providing funds to care for the cats since the shelter does not receive funds from the city to care for cats. The volunteers foster dogs and cats, provide important human interaction to improve the animals social skills to the dogs and walk them. Many of the pets have been abused or abandoned, but sometimes they are just lost or in need of a temporary home. Some pets have ended up in the shelter when the owner is in the hospital and has no one to care for the animals.The shelter is always looking for people who have a few hours to provide Helping …
Monday, February 28, 2011
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