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  • ctãá yÉÜ g{Éâz{à The Pet C o n n e ct i o n , I n c. 5 9 1 8 B ro a d m o o r , M i s si o n K S 6 6 2 0 2 9 1 3 - 6 7 1 - P E T S www.thepetconnection.net Volume 2, Issue 11 12/01/2008 Written & Edited by Brandi Bruns Homeless Animals Robbed—Donors Steps Up Inside this issue: Article by Melody Kelso and gone on as planned. Osceola Animal Control. TPC Remodel 2 Brandi Bruns Due to the fact that the facil- Upcoming Events 2 The community has sent ity has no heat, staff discov- TPC Holiday Letter 3 We have a lot to be thankful over $42,000 to The Pet ered Jake frozen to his ken- Available Programs 3 for this holiday season and Connection to build the six nel floor last week and des- Featured Pets 4 to think that part of it new dog and cat rooms, to perately wanted this nice TPC Out & About 5 started with the devastation finish odds and ends within dog to find a second chance. TPC Remodel (cont) 5 of a stolen trailer. our facility, to remodel a Jake is just one of the 15-40 Making Memories 5 new kitten and puppy animals per month who will Rest In Peace Cricket 6 The staff and volunteers area, and to replace the benefit from these newly Rest In Peace Midnight 6 were feeling defeated on stolen trailer. created spaces. Over 70 TPC Dog Saves Life 6 November 19, 2008 when percent of TPC’s dogs come Happy Tails—Daisy 7 The Pet Connection was the “The response has been from shelters and rescues in victim of a crime that could Happy Tails—Bella 7 overwhelming,” said Direc- the Kansas City metro when have had grave conse- Happy Tails—Cookie 7 tor of Operations, Jason they are scheduled to be put quences for our rescue ef- Huff. Huff has spent count- Thank you 8-10 to sleep because of space forts. Our 14 foot trailer less hours this week logging Photos with Santa 11 constraints. This community is and all of our building sup- donations, returning phone PetPalz 12 making a difference. plies to build six new dog calls, and scheduling help- TPC Recycle Program 13 and cat rooms was stolen ers. In addition to the fund- TPC Wishlist 14 We can not thank you from our Mission facility. ing being provided by this enough for the outpour of generous community, build- TPC 2008 Statistics: sympathy, of support, and of TPC had planned on building ing supplies have been generosity you have shown • TPC has spayed/neutered 2676 pets in these new rooms, which dropped off and volunteer us over the last few weeks. 2008 alone! would rescue between 15- carpenters have been sign- What thieves took away • TPC has provided low-cost vetting to 40 additional homeless ani- ing up for time slots to help. from us, you have returned 2435 pets in 2008. mals per month, over the Over the Thanksgiving holi- ten-fold. We thank you. Thanksgiving holiday. We • TPC has placed 669 pets in homes day, The Pet Connection during January—November 2008. were devastated that we will finish Phase 3 of its Special thank you’s for our would not be able to rescue Facelift Finale. donors and supporters are the additional pets. The found on pages 8-10. Hours of Operation: estimated value of our loss Melody Kelso, our Execu- Monday: Closed exceeded $4000. tive Director, has already Tuesday: 9a-8p started selecting the pets Wednesday: 9a-8p However, due to the media who will benefit from this Thursday: 9a-5p coverage and the public Friday: 9a-8p project. Jake is currently a response that project will Saturday: 9a-8p Border Collie mix living at Sunday: 9a-8p Pets can be shown Monday’s by appoint- ment only. Call 913-671-PETS to schedule.
  • Paws for Thought Page 2 IIDA Remodels TPC’s Interior Rooms—Pet Utopia 2008 Article by Melody Kelso, Ex- the third year that IIDA and The Dogs Living Room ecutive Director The Pet Con- The Pet Connection have Upcoming Events: nection joined hands to raise funds and awareness for homeless Starting in October 2008, the December 6: $15 Microchip pets. IIDA’s annual Pet Uto- International Interior Design Clinic @ Rosedale Community pia event was a huge success Association hosted a huge Center 10a-1p — 1403 South- for everyone involved. remodeling contest out of our west Blvd Kansas City Ks 66103 home sweet home at 5918 “Every time I think you can’t December 13: $15 Microchip Broadmoor. Twelve teams, get better, you do,” said long Clinic @ Belton Tractor Supply including students from John- term volunteer and donor 11a-2p— East 58 HWY behind son County Community Col- Connie Damann. Quick Trip in Belton, MO lege, chose different areas of On November 13, 2008, The our shelter and went to town December 14: Pet Photos with Boulevard Brewery hosted the making our facility nice for Santa 11a-4p @ Brookside awards ceremony and many the pets and people who Barkery & Bath in Lee’s Summit. of the designers and their come here. Photos by My Yuppie Puppy. A spouses were present to re- portion of the proceeds benefit Each doggie room now sports ceive feedback from The Pet TPC a chair, a bed, and comes Connection staff. This end of with a theme: Poker Puppy, the year event for IIDA helps December 16: No Spay/Neuter Mr. Bubbles, Super Dog, etc. TPC move into 2009 with Vet Clinic The cat areas have had much grace and ease. The most assistance in going vertical amazing part of the project is December 20: Pet Photos with which makes it a cat’s heaven that IIDA has helped TPC Santa 9a-1p @ Brookside Bark- on earth. The teams worked meet a long term goal. ery & Bath in Olathe. Photos by with The Pet Connection staff My Yuppie Puppy. A portion of The Cat Rooms: Thank you IIDA for everything to design fun, functional, the proceeds benefit TPC you have done for us and the fabulous spaces for the pets homeless pets of Kansas City. that we work with. December 24: No Spay/Neuter Vet Clinic The Bratcher Café: All in all, the organizations and their sponsors put over December 24 & 25: TPC Closed. $60,000 into our facility. No obedience training or doggie New floors, paint, furniture, day care. Merry Christmas carpets, doors, trim, cabi- December 26: No Spay/Neuter nets… the list goes on and on. Vet Clinic The cats in the front are really enjoying doing the cat walk December 31: TPC Closes @ on their new perches that go 5pm. Happy New Years. all the way around the room. This remodel project will help (More photos on page 5) increase adoptions and bring attention to our facility for many years to come. This is
  • Paws for Thought Page 3 TPC Holiday Letter by Executive Director Melody Kelso Pet Holiday Gift Baskets Available! We could not be were we roes. You can tell every time year… can I really get out are if it wasn’t for the gener- Donna Stewart, cat handler, of bed & run dogs? Will we TPC Volunteer Summer Johnson osity of our friends & comes on a weekend how really have enough funding? has created gift baskets for your neighbors. The staff who important she is to the four The animals that we have canine or feline friends holiday works countless unpaid hours legged friends. They all rescued know the success. gift. Baskets are filled with toys. for the cause & the volunteers meow & carry on like I have They were not forgotten, & treats! who selfishly give of them- never seen. were cared for kindly & Baskets range from $18-$25 selves are priceless to meet- humanely, & then went home It always makes me laugh & and can be purchased at The Pet ing our goals. It is the people sweet home… after they left Connection. 100% of the pro- smile to be around the ani- that come into our facility ours. ceeds benefit The Pet Connection. mals: the true recipients of our every day & care for the Merry Christmas & thank generosity. Its been a tough animals who are the true he- you for your support! TPC Available Programs Behavioral Consultations: (vaccines available for sur- 40+ lbs gery pets) *$85 admin fee dogs Drop under 40 lbs Off: 8- Microchipping: 9am Pick Up: 5- Thursday’s: 7:15p & 8:30p 6pm Sunday’s: 7:15p Ap- Our building houses more than just an adop- *Free to adopters TPC offers low-cost HomeA- tion facility! We also have low cost vet pointments required for sur- services, behavioral consultations, and volun- *$5 TPC members p/session gain microchipping to the gery patients. Schedule ap- teer opportunities! *$10 non-members p/session public for $25. Bring your pointments by calling 913- pet in during open hours! No 671-PETS Volunteer Orientation: appointment needed. Prices vary based on income. (Required for all volunteers & $5 Feral Spay/Neuter every community service workers): Recy- clinic in December 2008 Sunday’s: 6:00p cling: Recycle Adoptions: for Includes homeless spay/ pets! neuter, vac- TPC accepts aluminum cans, cines, tested ink & toner cartridges & old negative cell phones. Bring your recy- (FeLV/FIV Low Cost Vet Clinic: clables to The Pet Connec- cats Heart- Mon-Wed-Fri weekly worm dogs), treated for fleas, tion, 5918 Broadmoor! Can Drop off: 8-10a for surgery recycling is outside by the worms, & micro-chipped. Pick up 5-7p garage door. Ink, toner, & *$25 membership for all + Walk in vaccines: 8a -12p cell phone recycling avail- *$25 admin fee cats Tuesday’s: Surgery Only able inside our facility. *$25 admin fee dogs
  • Paws for Thought Page 4 Featured Pets Available for Adoption Sassy Seamus is that final FOREVER home! is a a 2 ½ y/o very Pointer. He Coco first lov- was taken came to us ing , to a local from Animal inde- animal shel- Control. He pendent & talkative Maine ter when his will cuddle & likes to go on walks. Coon. She seems to prefer owners did not have enough He doesn't bark much. He seems to the company of adults & time for him. Seamus likes like people around people. He is In our cageless facility, visitors find would do best in a home other dogs & is a bumbly & almost house broken. Coco has a dogs and cats comfortably living in a homelike environment while without small children or happy boy. He sleeps well in tendency to be protective of what awaiting their forever home!! other animals. Sassy is a a crate & is good with kids. is his. He is around 3 y/o. flirty girl with a gorgeous He loves to play with tennis coat. She's a playful & frisky balls & loves greenies. Sea- Sierra was rescued by an individ- girl who loves to chase cat mus also has a tendency to ual & teasers. have his tongue hang out of brought to the side of his mouth when he TPC to find is playing. Jackson was adopted out as a new for- a puppy & then abused in ever home. his new Duchess was returned to She is 1 1/2 home. TPC because the owner was y/o and a beautiful gray & buff Two of our featured pets last month, He is a severely allergic. Poor Duch- dilute tortie. She is very affection- Ralph (Opie) & Nash have found their forever homes. great ess has been returned twice ate & loving lap cat. She enjoys dog with because of allergies & once being brushed. She has a musical potential, but needs an be- meow. owner who is going to spend cause a lot of time training & reso- the Wolfie is a nervous cializing him. Jackson loves new boy who needs an toys and loves playing fetch. owner owner willing to pro- was vide a little coaxing moving. She is such very Ali is a lap cat she thinks & reassurance. He sweet & loving. She is very being in your lap is her job. likes to play with playful & loves to be in your She is sweet & loving, but dogs once he knows lap. She gets along well with can be feisty sometimes. She that they are safe. He is doing cats & smaller dogs. She desires human contact with great on his housetraining. He is a loves to give kisses & to cud- the little leery of new people, but dle. She is good tempered & people nothing a little treat doesn't fix in loves to be petted. Duchess is she a few seconds. He is getting used a long hair black cat with knows. to being walked, but prefers to be gorgeous large yellow eyes, She inside. He's finicky about getting but does not photograph has wet & being out in the cold. He is well because she is a been around adults & well a lap dog & enjoys affection from quot;blinkerquot; when the flash goes behaved children. She is people. Wolfie has recently ac- off. Will you consider being litter box trained. quired a love of digging.
  • Paws for Thought Page 5 Additional Locations to Find TPC Jack FM’s Bryan Truta will TPC now has a Facebook TPC has a myspace page host TPC weekly in studio with page! Join “Friends of The where you can interact, read that week’s featured pet for Pet Connection” for all the bulletins, and keep updated adoption. Featured pets will latest events by going to: on our events. Visit our appear both on air during www.facebook.com/ myspace page at Jack’s Big Breakfast with group.php? www.myspace.com/ Bryan Truta weekdays from gid=31589897613 thepetconnection 6:00 am—10:00am and on their website. TPC Remodel Continued... Cat Rooms (cont) other wonderful group of nah Merte, Sharon Spitzer & volunteers spent Oct. 29 Donna Vinson. doing a team builder to fin- ish the outside of our build- ing, painting parking stripes, and redoing our obedience room. Thank you ~ Tim Mo- MMF Productions is a new man, Christine Tasker, Der- Reception Desk rick Willard, Lori Houll, company putting your Diane Stansbury, Steven memories on DVD. Vaca- Harris, Rhett Daily, James tions, retirements, gradua- Byrne, Matt Price, Doreen tions, birthday’s, memorials, Brady, Jan Almond, Nancy weddings, baby showers, Stewart, Lagarius Criss, Barb pet memorials, are just a Hansen, Bed Ueling, Edward few of the types of DVD’s Quentin, Mark Myzer, Mark they have produced. They Melton, Angie Diamond,, can add background music Gerry Scott, December of your choice and have Smith, Brad Hagen, Mark Prather, Ed Hegedus, Suzan- many different options to fade in between photos or video. If you have a pet lover in your home this would be an ideal gift that is sure to bring wonderful memories for years to come. Call Cord @ 913-378-4797 or Visit their website: We would also like to extend a thank you to Sprint. An- www.mmfproductions.com/
  • Paws for Thought Page 6 Rest In Peace—Beloved Cricket We are sorry to write that getting around. gers. In the summer, beware Cricket, our front room Cal- if you are wearing san- Anyone who knew Cricket ico cat, was kindly put to rest dals… Cricket was a toe knew that she could be a on 11-24-08 by our veteri- licker. She would also rub real grump and a real narian team. Cricket was on visitors legs to let them treat to trim her nails. But it having heart complications know she was there. was so cute the way she and was slowly deteriorat- took over the front cat area We loved her so very much! ing. Cricket had lost weight, and made it hers. She is deeply missed. Rest in stopped eating, and was peace our beloved Cricket! having significant trouble She loved to kiss your fin- Rest In Peace—Dear Midnight Midnight came to TPC when relax & take less offense at that she is in a better and her owner moved & decided having to share her home happier place now. Rest in not to take her with him. She with other pets. I came peace Midnight. didn’t do well in a shelter home one evening and found - Written by Midnight’s fos- environment and went into her, I believe she died of ter mom, MaryAnn S. foster care. Midnight was heart failure. I feel so sorry sort of a feline Oscar the that her owner felt he could- Grouch. She didn’t like be- n’t keep her anymore, and ing around other animals. sorry that there wasn’t a Over time, she did seem to perfect home for her. I hope Dog Adopted From TPC Saved My Dad’s Life! We adopted CiCi settle down, she was upset part in rescuing CiCi & bring- (Formerly Rose) on July 1, about something happening ing her into our lives! - Cindy 2006. She's a fantastic outside. My husband got up Bartko dog! I owe an awful lot to & discovered that my dad her this holiday season. For had wandered outside due to Lobes of Love the past year, my elderly dementia. I found him on the father (age 88) has been driveway where he had Custom designed earrings living with us from Friday fallen. afternoons to Monday that benefit homeless pets. mornings. He can no longer Luckily we had CiCi and she 15% of all proceeds bene- care for himself. He has kept pestering us until we fit The Pet Connection, Inc. Parkinson's & dementia. checked it out! I'm so very thankful you took her in from Created by Kaitlin Stewart Monday morning, Novem- the Osawatomie Shelter & & Haley Johnson ber 17, 2008, CiCi was gave her a chance at life! barking insistently around Because of CiCi, my dad was 913-383-8647 or 4:10 a.m. Cici wouldn't saved! Thank you for your 913-642-1886
  • Paws for Thought Page 7 Happy Tails—Meet Daisy! I just wanted to give you an toys. She also loves to play STANT source of entertain- update on a dog I adopted a chase with my boyfriend ment. She’s just generally year ago. Her name was who’s new favorite past time happy & I think if she was a Cherry, but now her name is is to play “chase” with her. person she would have an Daisy. She’s doing great & The two of them are like eternal grin on her face. gets along extremely well three year olds running Daisy is the blonde terrier with her “brother”, Jack, who around the house! I thought mix in case you don’t have was with me when I picked your staff would like to see her file anymore. - Thanks! her up from your shelter. She how well she’s doing. She’s a Michele loves to play & attack her wonderful dog and a CON- Happy Tails—Meet Bella! We adopted Bella seemed like she had always she knows she best jump (previously Cali) in May 08 been our kitty. She is very back down! She has discov- from TPC. Our previous kitty good with our 22 month old ered a new hiding place, up had passed away in January son, which was extremely under the hide-a-bed couch, and there was a major void in important to us. She is gen- & in the evenings when its our home after he was gone. tle and loves to tackle some quiet & our son has gone to When I saw Bella at TPC and yarn as he drags it across bed, she knows it’s her time held her, I knew right away the floor for her. She has with me & she climbs into my she was the kitty for our fam- used only her scratcher to lap & gets a good rubdown! ily. And I was right!!! Bella scratch o, and has no behav- We adore Miss Bella & are made herself at home her first ioral problems whatsoever! so glad we found her at week with us. My husband She occasionally attempts to TPC.—Thanks! The Skarr even commented that even jump on the kitchen counter, Family after just a few days, it but one stern look from me & Happy Tails—Meet Cookie! Everything is going really well off with dryer sheets any- plan to come back to classes with little Cookie. She gets time someone gets near the at some point because I think cuter everyday and I love laundry machines, but we're they're really useful and fun having a new little pal in my working on it, and she is for her. Thanks so much for life. much more of a blessing than all you do and for bringing a nuisance for SURE. Cookie and I together! She had/has a few annoying little habits like her obsession I always look forward to my The picture shows when she with licking everything couch cuddle time and walks came inside with a leaf stuck (especially the feet of any at the park and now can't to her nose one day. guests I have HA) or running imagine life without her! I Thanks – Sarah K. Submit your Happy Tails story & photos via email to: brandi@thepetconnection.net Submissions will be posted on our Happy Tails page of our website and could be seen in our monthly newsletter!
  • The following individuals and organizations ARE the reason we were able to complete the additional dog and cat rooms despite the recent theft. You are all amazing people and we are truly grateful to have been blessed by your kindness and generosity. Thank You—You Are Amazing Johnny Dare Morning Show Monica Johnson, Shawn Peter- chael McIntyre, Beck Finley, tis, Megan Clark, Christine 98.9 & listeners: Chris, Allen, son, Darci O’Brien, Dusti Amy Henderson, Bill Pile, Payne, Kallie Turnbow, Brad- David, Susan, Jeff, Mike, McMullen, Laura Samnee, Damien Kraus, Stacey ley Davis, Angela Wacker, Cathy, Amy, Brandon, Megan, Lizabeth McNamara, Judy Pedigo, Stephanie LaSalle, Neal Hefferren, Amber Bing- Christy, Nate, Brian, & Les Lawson, Wilfred Palm, Judith Sue Fulsom, Christine Fawley, ham, Kerry Gaither, Darlene Bryan Truta of 105.1 Jack FM Jansen, Chris Bendet Photog- Stinkies, Kerri Jones, Sun- Carpenter, Wendy Rouech, 106.1 The Wolf raphy, Mitch Wilson-Brown, Shine Eubanks, Helen Walls, Melyssa Childs-Wiley, Mary WDAF Fox 4 News Christian Steinmetz, Carolyn Jennifer Osborn, Heather Partin, Lydia Ash, Jennifer KMBZ Channel 9 News Woodburn, Mark Nelson, Noble, Roxanne Stavenau, Worden, Regina Ellis, Julie KCTV Channel 5 News Whitney’s, Roxanne Breede, Laura Pochmara, Christine Wagner, Bree Kibler, Derek KSHB Channel 41 News Sarah Garrison, Kristin Grace, Dowd, Karen Moore, Gary McMurray, Sondra Speer, Jill Brookside Barkery & Bath Lynn Wheeler, Kara Hoglund, White, Holly Lawton, Linnea Dodson, Alison Wacker, Best Friends Animal Sanctuary Duane Quade, Greg Smith, Huston, Kathy Krouch, Lee Natiika Martens, Michelle No More Homeless Pets—KC Gwen Hartley, Sarah Stanton, Ann Aslanides, Michele Hessenflow, Heather Price, Lowes (135th & Blackbob) - Anemarie Mura, Michele Romine, Amie O’Connor, Lance Winslow, Antonio Ca- Amanda Hall, David Steveson, Long, Stacey Cooper, Diane Jennifer Dean, Donna bansag, Shannon Eberlein, & Grace Smith. Landau, Deborah Wells, Ad- O’Reilly, Roger Hood, Daryl Fallin, Tamara Mills, Junior Girl Scout Troup #240 vanced Mediation Services, Heather Carroll, Jeffrey Tara Smith, Megan Lynberg, - Megan, Nicole, Abby, Goeffrey Cheong, David Peters, Laura Filla, Gene- Terry Merriman, Deborah Lauren H, Lillie, Aubrey, Tierney, Peter Nisenkier, Lara vieve Lane, Chris McKitterick, Wood, Charles Williams, Ina, Katie, Emily M, Sally, Lewis, Terry Tyson, Richard Bryan Bishop, Dana Lindsey, Marcia Grauerholz, Robynn Lauren P, Emily T, Liz, Funk, Gayla Feachen, Kelly Paula Hiatt, Jessica Don, Andracsek, Jill Patterson, Kate, & Renita Shively, Nancy Stump, Scott Michael Reavis, Diana Lar- Nancy Woodfill, Jacqueline Joe Lavenburg, Jamie Barker, Kane, Scott Green, Jennifer son, Ann Brown, Jamie Rich, McClellan, Mary Dykmann, Erika Jensen, Ashley McGin- Richards, Melissa Edwards, Michelle Regier, Heidi Kar- Mike McComb, Lourdes Car- ness, Dawn Braet, Lisa Calara, Michelle Berg, Patricia Smith, datzke, Margaret McLeod, vajal, Jaime Perreca, Anne Kati Hill, Judith Loudin, Holly Karla Fraas, Sarah Young- Laura Horseman, Kim Noble, Warren, Angela Lawson, Pe- Bergstad, Breanne Potter, strom, MJ Benson, Michelle Christopher Peters, Judith ter Lee Tosco, Jessica Thomp- Theodore Otteson, Barbara Childers, Jamie Duarte, Nikol Manning, Anna Kruger, Eliza- son, Jill Jacobs, Matthew Hafner, Paula Martin, J. Tree- Lohr, Nancy Oglesby, beth Ardell, Gina Golba, Stout, Katje Sabin, Sarah horn Productions, Inc., Susan Melanie Yearta, Paula Loyd, Kristi Davis, Mike Myers, Allee, Reyna Burke, Gay Weatherford, Mary Capehart, Kathy Morris, Megan Wood- Sherry Irvin, Kimberly Gier, Crawford, Diana Ingham, Juan Heath, Ashleigh Koch, ward, Corinna West, Patsy Shima Ortiz, Diane Sudduth, Kyra Zuck, Amy Miller, Holly Mary Behrens, Megan Belcher, Shawver, Maria Margenot, Jeannee Brave, Robin Orme, Irene Chung, Rod Sarah Cain, Charles Fries, Loraine Black, Marla Smith, Barker, Jillian Neary, Lynne Richardson, Holly Ferrin, Robin Fortlin, Bonnie Welty, Katrina White, Kathy McDon- Johnston, Anne Murray, David Ferrin, Tracy Garry, Cathy Colony Bunnell, Martha ald, Amy Elz, Melissa Folger, Trisha King, Shilo Cox, Jodi Penny Eims, Lyne Miller, April Negley, Bradley Mitchell, Annette LePique, Sarah Whitney, Aubrey Garten, Rosenthal, Mark Hanses, Sandy Twichell, Crystal Glem- Hemmy, Valerie Martin, Jean Lyndasty Inc, Shannon McNa- Elizabeth Smith, Susan Veld- ming, Margaret McPherson, Wagner, Janet Wicker, Am- mara, Robert Roy, Corie huizen, Montana German Briston Davidge, Heather Gar- ber Heggestad, JoMarie Pritchard, Amy Paulson, Nikki Shepherd Rescue, Stine ten, Trisha Still, Allison Fields, Pace, David Miller, Katrin Ryan, Competitive Computer Theede, Jessica King, Laura Joanne Smith, Linda Yoos, Ravenscroft, Laura Mangold, Resource, Matthews Design, Stables, Steve Harry, Mara- Elaina Koch, Kathie Kerr, Leslie Flinn, Scott Land, Mi- Team Casanova, Sandy Cur- line Hayob, Victoria Zeller, Andrea Griffith, Lisa Wilson,
  • Thank You—You Are Amazing (cont) Holbert, Roger Caldwell, Lee Chaney, Sandra Erickson, Julie Fredrick Mary Ann Lind- Marsha Hirsch, Fred Trease, Ballantini, Lawrence Humane Shelly Jones, Innes Phillips, say, Sabrina Korentager, Karen Gray, Cyndy Zimmer- Society, Lisa Cianciolo, Vickie Tanice Edwards, Anne Geoffrey Patterson, Wendy man, Paul Middleton, Ann Little, Bob Love, Aimee Gray, Moore, Terri Yoder, Pattsy Dishong, Bobbi Slagle, Bill Hoak, Alex McEntire, Joseph Arne Humbert, Stephanie Howell, Stuart & Ellen Eisen, Banks, Elizabeth Locke, Jenni- Hoffman, Betsy Livingston, Humbert, Edward Jones, Constance Talley, E. Drake fer Burcham, Cynthia Owen, Paul Travis, Jill Dean, Vicky Sarah Abend, Kelly & Vidrine, Valerie J Schrover, Emily Dore, Jill Gerot, Kellu Rendleton, Hilary Dubinsky, Debby Kilbourne, Jim Bridgett Clifford, Carrie Scrivner, Rebecca Goldstein, April McVey, Jason Miller, Lourentzo, Susan Cooper, Boltz, Second Chance, Jill Kathy Heitman, Kevin Potts, Carolyn Wright, Sharon Linda Glasebrook, Christo- Davis, Delores Brown, Kim- Mary Jo Saviano, Bon Bon Dahquist, Duncan Samuel, pher Pasco, Carl & Marjorie berly Krutz, Kimberly Kree- Bows LLC, Amanda York, Vir- David Michael, Cheryl Collins, Clark, Chad Coleman, Kim ger, Linda Harris, John Sev- ginia Lewis, Pam Rice, Martha Katherine Schartz, Howard & Olson, Verna Sturtevant, erance, Brenda Delay, Pam- Atlas, Brian Dowell, Jill Joli- Karen Laughton, Carmen Patrick Walsh, Laurie ela Sledd, Susan Hancock, coeur, Phillip Hernandez, Sigler, Kyle King, Jerry Steuart, Kelli Stroud, Julie Doug Wesselschmidt, Kirk Tisha Cloe, Harley DaVee, Shields, MG Knowles, Judith Weeks, Jay Natzke, Angela Nelson, Linda Coon, Teresa Lisa Morehart, Christina Ortiz, Knowles, Penny Kueser, Deb- Biles, Tiffany Swenehart, Zipf, Elaina Generally Pho- Tanya Palmer, Shelli Lockhart, orah Lorigan, Nancy Wagner, Nancy Edwards, Brooke Rho- tography, Amy Stuteville, Gail Leis, Rebecca Simmons, Heather Zimmerman, Alana den, Vicki Howard, Chuck Jerry & Linda Huff, Hugh & Stacy Reeves, Erik Wisner, Fulcher, Alice McCoy, Jerry Hedgpeth, Donna Baska, Elise Bailey, Lillian Diaz, Misha Thompson, Carl Nylund, Rush, Dearborn, Animal Clinic, Jody Brunsvold, LW Smith, Shirley Oyer, Sue VanDe- Marsha Otero, Sarah Curtis Cooper, Rachel Hoff- James Kasick, Susan Duncan, Berghe, Rubert & Susannah Fredrickson, Celeste Lindell, man, Richard Frey, Kathleen Stephen Warren Ttee, Cath- Ruis, Marcia Downs, Michelle Amity Rouse, Angela Portillo, Noland, Larry Worrall, Lori erin Jones, Kristi Boyer, Bar- Pinegar, Shelby Olexa, Mi- Teresa Schnell, Sarah Bailey, Thesar, Jake Issacs, Terrell bara Wolf-Force, Erin Mor- chael Schmitt, Nancy & Phil Julie Scott, Joan Porter, Erin Bruner, Jennifer Swann, gan, Brenda Seaton, Maya Patrick, Vernonica Scates, Bradley, Pam Messick, Lisa Sharon Sigman, Zella Riley, Yoga LLC, Andrea Hoerl, Shannon Kraft, Linda Braly, Milliren, Billie Bayless, Jolene Carla Sensintaffar, Richard Alima, Julie R Pearce, Cath- David & Lori Stolberg, Abby Evans, Lucy Johns, Aaron Borylo, Frances Robinett, erine Smith, Myra Zirkle, Stoleberg, Peggy Alderson, Threadgill, Christi & Danny Kelly Disadore, Corey Good- Susan Genova, Sherry Davis, Bill Edwards, Elaine Wallis, Bartlett, Bernadette Tomasic, burnk, April Beefer, Janet Marcia Morris, Billie Lerner, Sandy Dershem Vega, Julie Barbara Poe, Diane Flessa, Agnew, Susan Peters, Shirley Randall Staats, JA Dershem, Daniella Frederick, Kim Kuntz, Melissa Mansker, Lewis, Karen Sorensen, Patty Tenenbaum, Steve Gaddis, Leslie Doescher, Keith & Thomas Hull, M. Thurman & Huxman, Nancy Milgrim, Bar- Trudy Keyes, D. Michael, Donna Klehm, Glenn Jones, Juanita Oliver, Kathy bara Johnson, Patricia Mur- SMS Richard Hackett, Linda Julie Foster, Katherine Dur- Wilburn, Jim Wiskur, K9 Club phy, Robert Gilliland, Greg- Stanley, Michael & Chris Ann heim, Bassett Rescue of Mon- LLC, Jackie Scott, Lisa Al- ory Houston, Linda Nicholson, Carnelia, Shanna Edwards, tana, Rebecca Markley, bright, Ryan Flook, Susan Jill Leonard, Susanne Ruffin, Randy P Hansen, Elizabeth Martha Forgy, David Summerlin, Judy Oyer, BA Velma Rider, Maddie Gamble, Phillip Manion, Carrillo, Susan Catt, Linda Bowman, Roxanne Hutton, Sangetta, Kathlene Long, Laura Aractingi, Rebecca Joslin, Marcia Walters, Ste- Robert Hack, S Bruce, Patricia Anne Damico, Thomas Steil, Bohannon, Susan Gabert, ven Blanner, Linda Magnus, Gallagher, Fhea Hart, Jenny Quincy Bennett, Saymer Michael P Vick, Michelle R Harold Durheim, Sandy Brewer, Becky Stratton, Jonna Rental Acct, Frank Matthews, Pennington, Sue Sperry, Patchen, Deborah Pate, Smith, Janet Dubrava, Ed- Donna Sokol, Emily Jane Bai- Nicole Fletcher, Joyce Janet Cline, Dana Campbell, ward Cook, Leslie McMillian, ley, Tonya Johnston, Robert
  • Thank You—You Are Amazing (cont) Nancy O’Brien, Grant Clothier, Thompson, Kathleen Hogarty, Hodges, Linda Mawby, Christy Bloomberg, Jenny Barbara Abend, Barbara Hen- James Hogarty, Kimberly Elaine Engle, Stevan Hyde, Burley-Krenzer, Sarah derson, Margaret Denton, Ann Coleman, Jill Hess, Michael Riche Churchill, Kirsten Blankenship, Sabrina Nash, MacDougall, Dominga Fernan- Pratt, Virginia Arnold, M. Jungert, Cowley Co. Humane Jane Curtin, Anne Cusser, dez, Beverly Kelly, Sandra Giovannetti, Carol Fowler, Society, Andrew Starr, Melvin Solom, Shane Sellers, Smith, Donna Ronan, DL Mil- RW Crow, Lori Meadors, Teresa Crew, Melissa Taylor, Wendy Dow, Jason Miller, liken, Beth Baker, John Arnold, Marcie Gray, Cynthia Pre- Kathelene Hooper, Katherine Wesler Leatherman, David Charles Churchman, Arnold ston, Carrie McDonald, Jody Essary, Heather Surger, Eve- Allen, Ray & Grant, Sonji Greubel, Norman Joseph, Wil- Collins, Roxey Hendricks, lyn French, Freda French, Ming, Donna Sokol, Kellie liam Moran, Judith Johnson, Janice Summers, DP McCarty, Carrie McComb, Amanda Shankee, Antonio Cahansag, Kathleen Burke, Martin Kessler, Joseph Wilmurth, Lucinda Dill, Simpson, Christopher Baesel, Cynda & Bob Campbell, Josh Jennifer Oliver, Joan Smith, Ryan Green, Julianne Hader, D. Dolinar, Louise Collins, Oerman, Tim Oerman, Patrick Charles Burgess, Don Duguid, Theresa Noble, Laura Wehe, Beverly Collins, Kristen Whi- & Bryanna Glut, Nick Cello, Kimberly St. Ours, Janice Lillian Wasik, Wendy Bor- tacre, Cynthia Weaver, Rich Cliff Boatright, Bob Allen, Woolery, Kelly Cox, Patricia ders, Christine Hargrove, John Orndorff, Sarah Scearcy, Lester Johnson, Bob Lowe, Jon Doane, Samuel Latshaw, Ann Gleason, Joan Wyatt, Gabri- Dana Bleakley, Deanna Kerr, Stone, Ann Grace, Robert Harrity, Michael Robinette, ella Smith, James Ash, Tony Eva Allen, Amy Wurst, Jana Halford, Donna Young, John Cavanaugh, Myra Jen- Holland, Sales & Marketing Brunner, Vincent Schiavone, Harley & Patricia Miller, L.F. kins, Morning Glory Espresso, Specialists, Barbara Killeen, L. Mertis, Mark Smith, Peo- Roth, Cynthia Egger, Jeffrey Charles Fisher, Michael & Maxine & Charlie Floyd, Col- ple’s Bank, Ellen Ziph, Jones, Patricia O’Brien, and Joyce Shanin, Thomas Ebner, leen Kenedy, Greater KC Greater Kansas Community countless others who donated Jean Howard, Julie Cooper, Community Foundation, Alex- Foundation (Linda & Skip anonymously. Gary Schwab II, Rachel Payne, andra Blume, Lost Dog Regis- Nottberg Fund), Nancy Han- Marjorie Lundy Ttee, Dean try, Kelly Amerine, Jeri Swin- son, Jennifer Hallauer, Ani- Lukoski, Susan Medina, Jessica ton, Grace & Joe Zimmerman, Pals Pet Resort, Bradley & Patterson, Janette Boehm, Jef- Gloria Smith, Better Burger, Terri Debaugh, Sharon Gay- frey Heimback, Cindy Orcutt, David Anull, Melissa dess, Dorothy Sus Nancy Menihan, Karin McMillan, Janice Marie More, McReynolds, Tina Blatter, Weaver, Dian Sosaya Parton, Larry Rollins, National Surplus, Wendi Coffman, Jennifer & Vanessa Wilner, Donna Muil- Charity Slavens, Dusty Wil- Jonathan Katheiser, Jaime len, Traci Quick, Linda Bayer, liams, Michelle White, Jolie Schmiedeler, Laura Bruce, Janet Rivera, Shane Meekins, Spatz, James Birkhead, Laura Braddock, Gayle Hilli- Katie Malloy, Bridget Malloy, Sharon Lewis, Stanley & Betty goss, Connie Thornbury, Jan Lynn Lazar, Patricia Hasty, Diner, Salley Overton, Made- Gephardt, Melanie Leavey, Steven Mark Johnson, Nicole lyn Mabrey, Roger Garner, Lonnie Vanderslice, Lilly Browning, T. Vaughn, Mary Elizabeth Belcher, Robert Al- Coniglio, Angela Lawson, Ellen Faish, Karen Pete, Alice len, Christopher Waldschmidt, Vicki Baker, Mike Kruetz- Carman, Katherine Rivard, Lori Rea, Jennifer Tritt, kamp, Martha Stelljes, Susan Jennifer Wilson, Terry Hudson, Wende Williamson, Patricia Adams, Jude Weber, Linda Cynthia Powers, Cynthia Hin- Klima, Dr. Wayne Hunthausen Wilson, Cheryl Kessler, Judy man, Ann Divita, Carolyn Daw- DVM, Christina Zeman, Bette Forney, Danielle Fuller, son, M. Thalmen, Brian Shalton, Coughlin, William Ribble, Douglas Stevens, Roger Dean Burmeister, Betty Ruark, Amy Bennett, Lolo, Tony Hol- Jackson MD, Deborah Har- David Bradley, Katherine land, Susan Coughlin, Mary vey, Amanda & Jess White,
  • PET PALz Monthly Donor Program The Pet Connection 5918 Broadmoor, Mission KS 66202 913-671-PETS (phone) 913-362-8460 (fax) Name_______________________________________________________ Address_________________________________________________________________ Phone________________________Email_____________________________________ Amount ___$10 ___$25 ___$50 ___$75 ___$100 ___Other__________ ctç uç V{xv~ Please initial the transaction of your choice: _____1st of each month _____15th of each month Please attach a VOIDED CHECK from the account to be drafted. I hereby authorize a bank draft to The Pet Connection on the account designated, for the amount agreed to above on the date indicated above. I understand that it is my responsibility to notify The Pet Connection in writing if I wish to withdraw from this program at any time. I further understand that if the check is dishonored or returned for any reason, that the amount of the check plus a processing fee of $25 (legal limit) will be electronically debited from the account by CCF. Signature__________________________________________ Date______________ ctç uç VÜxw|à VtÜw Please initial the transaction of your choice: _____1st of each month _____15th of each month Type of card_______________________ Expiration date_______________________ Card Number______________________________________________ I hereby authorize a draft on the credit card account designated, for the amount agreed to above on the date indicated above. I understand that it is my responsibility to notify The Pet Connection in writing if I wish to withdraw from this pro- gram at any time. Signature_________________________________________ Date_______________ The Pet Connection, Inc. is a licensed 501 (c) 3 organization. All donations are tax deductible.
  • Recycling—Go Green and Save Homeless Pets The Pet Connection is pleased to announce that we have expanded our recy- cling program! Recycling is an extremely important reality of the world we live in. We must save our planet!!! Why not raise money to save homeless cats and dogs while we’re at it! Instead of throwing your cans away or taking them to the recycling center, please bring them by The Pet Connection! Cans can be dropped off anytime (open or closed hours) at our facility located at 5918 Broadmoor in Mission KS. Our recycling bin is located on the south-east side of the building next to the obedience center entrance. We are also proud to announce recycling abilities for printer & toner car- tridges and old cell phones! Recycling boxes are located in our main lobby “The Bratcher Café” and can be accessed any time during open hours. Sim- ply come in and place your product in the correct box. Want to do a fund raiser for The Pet Connection? Collect aluminum cans, ink cartridges, or cell phones from your schools, your neighborhoods, your clubs and bring them in! You’ll save the planet and you’ll save the lives of homeless pets all at the same time.
  • The Pet Connection, Inc. is a licensed 501 (c) 3 organization. All donations are tax deductible.