Congratulations to Rootbeer, Genny, Oscar, Rhudee and Ranger! We are so thrilled that you all found homes. Enjoy the new year, and your new lives! <> <> <> Thank you to everyone who supported TAGS throughout 2014. Our fundraisers, outreach events and social media campaigns would not have been successful without you! Thank you for helping us find homes for so many deserving pets.
Once upon a time, in a town not so far away, a cat wandered into the right garden at the right time. The cat was thin, unhealthy, and evidently, homeless. But things were about to look up, way up. (Before you continue, be sure to read about the first part of her journey in A Tale About Hope.) <> <> <> Now that you are
Congratulations to Hope, Samantha and Zoe! They were all adopted in November. > We are very happy for Hope, as she was our only senior adopted during Adopt a Senior Pet Month. (Bonus: Read A Tale About Hope and Hope’s Happily Ever After.) > We are thrilled for Samantha, who has overcome a lot of obstacles to get her where she is today. > We
By Nomi Berger The problem of cat overpopulation is a global one and requires a solution on a global scale. But like every journey that begins with a single step, this particular journey must begin with every cat owner in every community, town and city in the country. Those conscientious owners who act responsibly by spaying and neutering their cherished family pets. Spaying (ovariohysterectomy)
Congratulations to Ruby, Wilson, Meeko and Gunner on a job well done! They worked their magic and got adopted in October! <> <> <> They leave behind several adoptable friends, so if you are interested in adding a cat or dog to your family, visit our adoptable pets page. P.S. November is Adopt a Senior Pet Month! Be part of it by submitting an
Kitty got comfy in one of the beds during a recent Pet Valu shift. Kitty is one of several felines we have up for adoption. <> <> <> This is a blog hop. Click here to check out the other participating blogs.
The TAGS adoption process takes a couple of weeks. First, you submit your application, and then, upon approval, you will have your “Meet and Greet,” hopefully within that week. Next comes the Home Visit, where TAGS volunteers interview you in your home, and then, presuming everyone would like to continue with the application, you will have a 1-2 week “Extended Visit.” This stage is
September was an AMAZING month for adoptions! 10 pets found homes this month and we are thrilled for all of them. Congratulations… ZOEY! This 1.5 year old Retriever/Labrador mix was rescued when TAGS pulled her from a high-kill shelter in Quebec. She is an affectionate sweetie who loves to play. MEGAN! Megan is a playful 3-year-old Hound mix who gets along very well with
Cat ladies—and gentlemen—this post is for you. Today we are featuring the cats of TAGS! They come in different shapes, sizes, colours and genders, but they do have a few things in common: all of these furry felines are litter-trained, spayed/neutered, have up-to-date vaccinations and cannot wait to join your family. Read more about them on our adoptable pets page. The process for adopting a cat
Once upon a time, in a town not so far away, a dirty, thin, black-and-white cat was found wandering around in someone’s garden. Townspeople flocked to the scene to have a look at the magnificent animal with piercing green eyes, wondering how it came to end up in this particular garden on this particular day. “Perhaps it is just visiting, and will go home