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Medina County SPCA newsletter winter 2017


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Medina County SPCA newsletter winter 2017

  1. 1. Full Color Digital Printing For all your printing needs: • Flyers • Letterhead • Business Cards • Business Forms • Brochures Monday-Thursday: 8:00am-5:00pm Friday: 8:00am-4:30pm Phone: 330-725-4121 455 W. Liberty St. • Medina, OH 44256 • Copying Services • Business Cards • Specialty Items And More WINTER 2017-2018 Established 1985 How about some (big) lap dog loving? Meet Sammy! Sammy is a male 3-year-old Labrador mix who weighs 65 pounds, but yes, he thinks he should fit in your lap! Sammy is super friendly and loves everyone, including kids! This guy is very treat motivated so training him should be fun! Speaking of training, Sammy does need help learning how to walk on a leash. But he knows “sit” and “shake” and he keeps a clean kennel, so he may already be house trained! Sammy came to us with a leg that was broken in two places. We think he may have been hit by a car, but he’s healing up really well. For right now, he’s going to need to stick to short walks and limited activity. He needs time to build up those muscles and we want to be sure he’s completely healed before he does anything strenuous. Sammy needs a cat-free home, but he seems to be okay with dogs. So, if you have an existing dog a meet and greet is needed to make sure that the chemistry is right on both sides. Adopt Sammy Sammy is 3 years old, neutered, vaccinated, microchipped and waiting for a family to love. His adoption fee is only $150. Is a big, fun lap dog like Sammy right for you? Come in to meet him today! Sammy Looking For A Furrever Home MCSPCA DONATE TODAY
  2. 2. SHELTERNEWS Lindy If you know of someone looking for a really amazing and very sweet declawed cat, can you please send them my way? Tell them to ask for Lindy – that’s me! The Shelters Perspective Medina County SPCA Tracey Miller Director of Operations One of our success stories this year is a horse named Pixie. She came from a terrible neglect case. When she was rescued, she was severely undernourished, she had infections in all four hooves that was so bad in one of her hooves, the inner part had rotted away. On a scale of A to D that ranks the appearance of a horse, A being good, Pixie was a D. The worst it can be. The MCSPCA immediately started increasing her nutritional intake, had an x-ray and ultrasound done of her hooves and legs to examine the extensive damage to her hooves and to diagnose and treat a ligament injury she was suffering from in her front leg. Now, after eight months of challenging work on the part of our vets and staff at the MCSPCA, I can proudly say Pixie is thriving and better yet, has been adopted! A case like Pixie’s is just one example of the level of need that animals have when they arrive at the shelters doorstep. Pixie cost the shelter $1200.00 of our cash resources. Although from time to time the services needed in severe abuse and neglect cases are donated, that is a rare commodity and most of the time we pay for the vet services that these animals require. In the end, helping our rescues is the most important part of what we do at the MCSPCA. We can’t put a price on giving an animal a chance to live a full and loved life and can’t offer help to animals, when we don’t have the funds to pay for it. So, during this holiday season I urge you to think about making a donation or becoming a member of the MCSPCA. Every donation amount gets us that much closer. Your cash donation is a gift that means everything to an animal in need. Happy Holidays! As this time of year rolls around and we all gather for our favorite festive occasions, I like to take stock in the importance of the work that is done at the Medina County SPCA. As I write this, 2017 will be remembered at the shelter as one of the most expensive years we have had to date. The extra cost was brought on by the amount of money that we spent helping dogs, cats and horses with very serious medical conditions. It seemed just when we thought we had seen the worst, another animal was brought to the shelter in grave condition. At the Medina County SPCA we don’t shy away from any animal that needs extensive care. We run as fast as we can to provide help, no matter what the cost is. The decisions that are made daily are not prioritized by cost, but by necessity and that is why I can happily state that even though our bank accounts are not where we need them to be, the animals we have helped will thrive because we acted in their best interests and not pushed them aside as many have done to them before. MCSPCA Officers President Tom Jenkins Vice-President Shaun McWilliams Treasurer Nicole Florio Secretary Sandy Larson Board of Directors Hope Hnat Will Klingel George “Hub” Marquis Erica Moehring Bonnie Morris William Post C. Susan Vlcek MCSPCA Staff Tracey Miller Director of Operations Newsletter Editor Tori Thomas Atelier Design, Graphics Tina Wagner Medina County SPCA 8790 Guilford Road Seville, OH 44273 330-723-7722
  3. 3. attorney, or financial planner to discuss further. If you include the MCSPCA in your plans, please use our legal name and Federal Tax ID: Legal Name: Medina County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, Inc. Address: 8790 Guilford Road, Seville, OH 44273 Federal Tax ID Number: 34-1507786 Futurethinking Include the Medina County SPCA in your will or trust as a way to help us continue to shelter and find homes for abandoned, abused, neglected, and injured animals in Medina County for years to come. Charitable bequests are an easy way to leave money to the MCSPCA in your will. A bequest is a written statement in a will which directs that a gift be made to a specified charity upon the death of the person who made the will. The bequest can be a specified dollar amount, a percentage of your estate, or specific assets such as appreciated securities, tangible personal property, or real estate. You may designate your charitable bequest as unrestricted for the general purpose of the MCSPCA or as a restricted to be used to DAISY HERSHEY SUNKIST PlannedGiving Charitabledonations support a particular program of the MCSPCA. Your gift may entitle your estate to a federal estate tax charitable deduction. Other ways to include the MCSPCA in your planned giving: >>> Designate the MCSPCA as a beneficiary of your qualified retirement accounts such as your 401(k) plan, 403(b) plan, IRA or other qualified plans >>> Add the MCSCPA as a beneficiary to your life insurance policy The information above is intended as general educational information and should not be interpreted as legal, financial, or tax advice. Please seek specific advice of your tax advisor, Just some of the Medina County SPCA pets that went home with their furever families this month!
  4. 4. Media Sponsor, The Gazette The City of Medina Dairy Queen, Medina Northland Icandi Taylor Rental, Broadview Heights Aldi Holland & Muirden, Attorneys at Law MedVet, Medical & Cancer Centers for Pets Second Sole Levin Mattress, Medina Atelier Design Music Incorporated DJ Services Lloyd and Joanne Knudsen Hub and Mary-Marg Marquis Animal Supply Company, Orrville, Ohio Petco – Strongsville Helping Everyone’s Loving Pets Dog Gone Crazy A Canine & Feline Funhouse Marissa Rosalie Photography Pet Value – Strongsville Stop Puppy Mills – Ohio Initiative 2018 Awesome Paws Pet Salon FUNDRAISINGFUN Brittany I am a cat with a good purr who loves to be petted and brushed. A cat who is maybe not super into toys, but is very good at helping to make the bed and other household chores! If I can find a person like that, I’ll be just where I belong! A huge round of “a-paws” to everyone who helped to make MCSPCA’s 5th annual 5k Run/Walk and 1-Mile Fun Run a huge success! Thank you to our amazing volunteers, the spirited participants, and our generous sponsors and vendors for supporting Paws for the Cause 2017. About 500 runners and walkers and almost 200 dogs joined in the fun on the Medina square. The rescue animals in our shelter and barn are doing the happy dance thanks to the kindness of so many! 5thAnnualPaws forthecause5k Mark your calendar for the 6th annual Paws for the Cause – Saturday, October 20, 2018 • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • ••••••••• Sponsors vendors
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  6. 6. Medina County SPCA’s 8th Annual Night at the Races Will you pick a winner?Name:_______________________________ Phone:(______)________-_____________ Email:_______________________________ NoofGuests:______x$30=____________ SponsorshipLevel q TripleCrownChampion$1000 (IncludesEightTickets) q DerbyChampion$500 (IncludesFourTickets) q BelmontChampion$250 (IncludesTwoTickets) q PreaknessChampion$100 q FamilyChampion$50 q NameYourOwnHorse$10per (AdvanceSalesOnly) Name:________________________________ Name:________________________________ (AdvancedSalesOnly-PleasePrint) TotalAmountEnclosed:$____________ Makecheckspayableto:MedinaCountySPCA Mailchecksto: MedinaCountySPCA Attn:NightattheRaces 8790GuilfordRoad Seville,OH44273 Saturday February 24, 2018 Starting at 6:00 P.M. NEW Venue! William’s on the Lake 787 Lafayette Road Medina, OH 44256 Reservations Begin Jan. 1 $30 per reservation, tables seat 10. Sponsorship Levels Triple Crown Champion $1000 (Includes Eight Tickets) — F — Derby Champion $500 (Includes Four Tickets) — F — Belmont Champion $250 (Includes Two Tickets) — F — Preakness Champion $100 — F — Family Champion $50 — F — Name Your Own Horse $10 (Advanced Sales Only) For reservations or sponsorship information, please contact Lloyd & Joanne at 330-239-2656 or or the MCSPCA shelter at 330-723-SPCA. Make checks payable to: Medina County SPCA Mail checks to: Medina County SPCA Attn: Night at the Races 8790 Guilford Road Seville, OH 44273 50/50 Drawing F Sideboards F Chinese Raffle Baskets Please join us again this year for the 8th Annual Medina SPCA’s Night at the Races. It is sure to be an evening of fun competition, delicious food and prizes. Enjoy the atmosphere of a real horserace — professionally called races, wager real money and more importantly, win real money! Come support the Medina County SPCA and bring your friends and family to cheer on the winning horse!
  7. 7. From the staff and volunteers of the MCSPCA, we thank you for your time and effort, Dawn. You deserve a huge round of a–paws! The work of volunteers is paramount to running a successful shelter. There is no way that the small number of staff that we can pay to work at the shelter are able to take care of the number of animals we rescue. If you are interested in helping as a volunteer, we urge you to contact the shelter for more information at 330-723-7722 or you can check us out on Facebook where all our volunteer orientations dates are listed. No amount of time volunteered is too small! dedicatedHearts For many of the volunteers at the Medina County SPCA, the desire to “do something to help animals”, is a driving force behind the reason to lend a hand. For Dawn Samples, she does more than just one thing to fulfill that need. “My very first volunteer experience with the MCSPCA was about eight years ago when there was a very large dog hoarding case. There were over one hundred dogs rescued”, recalls Dawn. During that time Dawn helped for a few days until most of the dogs were placed. After that experience Dawn knew that the MCSPCA would be a wonderful shelter for her to fulfill her need to help rescue animals. Dawn has always wanted to help dogs, but needed to find an outlet where she felt like she was making a difference and could learn to work with bigger breeds of dogs that she had no previous experience with. “Even though we were full at home with our own dogs and long- term fosters, I felt like I wasn’t doing enough. So, I started cleaning cages and walking dogs at the MCSPCA.” Once Dawn felt comfortable handling big and small dogs while she did her work, she added helping the Rescue Team and Emergency Tech to her list of responsibilities. She has also recently become the teacher for the New Volunteer Dog Training class. Currently, Dawn and her husband Jon have a fourteen-year-old deaf Shih-Tzu and seven- year-old English Bulldog that were adopted from the MCSPCA. Coupled with a five-year- DedicatedHearts DAWNSAMPLES Dawn has always wanted to help dogs, but needed to find an outlet where she felt like she was making a difference and could learn to work with bigger breeds of dogs that she had no previous experience with. old Terrier mix that Jon brought home as a puppy and an eight-year-old nearly blind Schnauzer Poodle mix that they are fostering. “We tend to bring in the old and sick dogs”, commented Dawn. “The goal is to get them healthy enough to adopt, but if not, they always have a home here.” In total Dawn and Jon have fostered or adopted sixteen dogs, of which six were Hospice Fosters. “I couldn’t do all this without the help and support of my wonderful husband. He understands my passion and helps me care for all of our rescues and fosters.” With all the time that Dawn spends at the shelter, there are some sad situations that she has seen. “I went with the MCSPCA Veterinary Tech Carrie on a trip this past winter to pick up some dogs from another shelter. While we were there they asked us to come and evaluate two dogs that had just been brought in. They were terrified, drooling and cowering in the back of their cages. Thankfully, Carrie said we could take them with the other dogs we had gone to pick up. We named them Ben and Jerry. I spent the next week visiting the two of them almost every day and within a couple of weeks, they had transformed into happy, loving dogs. They were adopted shortly after that. That’s what I love about rescuing animals.” Thankfully, Dawn made the decision years ago to fulfill her desire to help animals, by volunteering at the MCSPCA. All her roles are so important and help the shelter run smoothly.
  8. 8. Just some of the Medina County SPCA pets that went home with their furever families this month! wiskers&Wags T Looking For A Furrever Home MCSPCA DONATE TODAY Tessie is a princess. She loves people, she’s very friendly and sweet! But. She is all Princess. Look, she mostly just wants to strut around being admired and told she’s beautiful - is that so wrong? She’ll tolerate a dog (she’ll accept having a minion), if the dog mostly leaves her alone, but cats are likely to get bullied by her, because she’s a princess and that’s just the way it is. Now - we said that she’s sweet, right? Because she is! But the problem is that Tessie “doesn’t show well” at the shelter. Meaning that she’s bored and frustrated and stuck in a stupid cage and if you try to engage with her, she’ll show you her sweet side and then maybe nip your hand. This makes people think that she’s a biter - and to be honest, in the shelter, she can be. But in her foster home, her behavior was much, much better and she’s not “a biter”, she’s a “you can stop petting me now” warning nipper. Tessie has a comfort zone for how much affection she likes and if you push her too far (and she will let you know when you’re approaching the line), she’ll nip. Unless she’s stuck in a cage at the shelter - then her behavior is all over the map because she’s had it up to here with the place and she’s beyond ready to get the heck out. Princess’s shouldn’t be in cages! So please, take a chance on Tessie. We just know that in the right home, she’ll shine! She’d do best with no other cats, dogs who ignore her, and no small children who might not get the message that kitty does not want to be cuddled right now. And if you know of anyone who wants a... um... “generously- sized” kitty to treat like a princess, can you please send them Tessie’s way? Tessie is six years old, spayed, current on her vaccinations, and free to adopt! She has been sitting in the shelter for over six months, waiting for someone to take a chance on her... Is that someone you? essie Ernestine pennyPixie
  9. 9. General Volunteer Orientation December: Saturday the 9th–10:00am Tuesday the19th–6:30pm January: Saturday the 13th–10:00am Wednesday the 24th–6:30pm February: Saturday February 10th–10:00am Tuesday February 20th–6:30pm Dog Orientation December 12–6:00pm January 10–6:00pm February 8–6:00pm You can get more information and sign up for the training orientations on Facebook.We Need Your Empty Printer Cartridges! Please drop your used printer cartridges off to any Staples. By using our telephone number, 330-723-7722, we will earn money towards office supplies. Thank you! VolunteerNews Cuddly Kittens We always have kittens at the MCSPCA. Come in and check out the kaboodle of kitties and while you are there make sure you visit with our older cats. They can be just as adorable! MCSPCA DONATE TODAY While shopping you can pick up one or more of the items listed below: If you would like to donate to the Medina County SPCA, below is a list of items we are always in need of: • Canned food for kittens and adult cats (Friskies, Fancy Feast, 9-Lives) • Pedigree or Purina One (Regular sized or “Small Bites” for puppy and adult dogs) • Purina Cat & Kitten Chow dry for our cats and kittens • Kitten replacement milk (GNC, KMR, Just Born, PetLac-NO HARTZ PLEASE) • Pellet, clumping or fragrance free non-clumping clay litter • Small paper boats available at GFS • Cat & dog toys • Horse feed (we purchase Safe Choice) • Good quality hay  • Paper towels • Bleach • Gift cards (pet stores, gas stations, TSC, Towne & Country, WalMart) Volunteertraining schedule NEW WEBSITE Check out our new and improved website where you can find up to date information about adoptable animals, news and a calendar of events. Want to get the newsletter delivered to your email? You can sign up for it there! Go to We would like to thank Kassey Sikora for volunteering to update our website. Kassey Sikora C O P P E R C L E Design + Creative Consulting 419.560.5383
  10. 10. Become a Ray of Hope in an abused animal’s life dues, donations and fundraising events to survive. As Medina County grows, there are more and more animals that need our help. We are a non-profit 501(c)3 organization, and your contribution is tax deductible to the extent of the law. Please renew or join the commitment to the animals of Medina County and help speak for those who have no voice. Please renew your membership or become a member today! For more information please call 330-723-7722. BlakeBlake is what we call a survivor. He’s a great cat and would love for you to come adopt him today! He was born in August of 2012. He gets along wonderfully with cats and dogs. FUTUREEVENTSmembership For those of you that were members in 2017, thank you so much for your membership with the Medina County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. Your support helped us care for more than 1,200 abused, neglected and homeless animals this year. More animals need your help – won’t you please renew your membership for 2018? We provide care and service for animals in need around the clock, seven days a week – every day of the year. Our Humane Officer investigates animal cruelty cases and our Animal Rescue Team is on call at all times. We provide a sanctuary for sick and injured animals, and we never euthanize for space. As Medina County’s official Humane Society, we are grateful for the support we receive from the county and municipalities, but that pays for less than 15% of our annual expenses. Also, please be aware that donations to The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) and The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) are not forwarded to our local shelter. We must rely upon membership membershipsMatters Name: ____________________________________________________________________________________________ Address:__________________________________________________________________________________________ City: _______________________________ State: _____ Zip: ______________ Phone: __________________________ Please give us your email address, so we can keep you updated on all upcoming events and news. Email: ________________________________________________________________________ I am interested in finding out more about the following: ____ Adoption Committee _____ Fundraising Committee _____ Humane Education _____ Newsletter ____ Shelter Volunteer _____ Event Volunteer _____ PR/Marketing ____ Being a Rescue Agent _____ Being a Cat Foster Home _____ Being a Dog Foster Home Please make all checks payable to: Medina County SPCA • 8790 Guilford Road, Seville, OH 44273 MCSPCA DONATE TODAY Please help support the MCSPCA by renewing, becoming a new member or purchasing a gift of membership for a friend or family member. One hundred percent (100%) of fees stay in Medina County and directly support the thousands of dogs, cats, horses and other companion animals that have been saved through our efforts. Consider becoming a member today and make a difference in an abused animal’s life. Membership Levels Individual $25 Family $45 Student $10 Senior (60+) $15 Corporate $200 Lifetime $1000 Gustavo If you’re looking for a partner to exercise with this is your guy. He is a people lover, toy lover and very energetic. Come down to the MCSPCA and meet our buddy, Gustavo!
  11. 11. Meetings Board of Directors Meetings Rustic Hills Country Club—5:30pm January 18, 2018, February 15, 2018 Fundraising Committee Meetings We need you! The fundraising committee is always looking for new people to join this vital committee. Our focus is to raise funds to ensure the continued care of the rescue animals and the costs incurred operating the shelter. Every member of this committee plays an important part to achieve this. We meet the first Thursday of each month, except for December, at Buehler’s River Styx, 3626 Medina Rd, Medina, OH 44256, at 6:00p.m. Fundraising Coordinator Cindy Brode 330-990-3234 HooveswithHeart PetSmart Adoption Events Adoption Events are held the first Saturday of the month from 11:00am-2:00pm at PetSmart in Medina. (5011 Grande Blvd, Medina.) Looking For A Furrever Home DJ DJ’s Story JD is a 21-year-old half Arabian gelding who is full of love. Standing 16 hands tall, JD is a big boy. He’s a sweet and has gotten along with every horse that we have put him with. He has an easygoing nature and is so happy to be with his horse and human friends. He loves attention! Since he came from a situation where he was by himself for quite some time, JD has become herd-bound and gets anxious when he is away from his pals. We are helping him work through his anxiety and he is progressing very well. JD has not had a riding evaluation done yet. MCSPCA DONATE TODAY Do you have room in your herd for a big loveable boy like JD? If you are interested in this awesome guy, please call 330-723- 7722 for more information. His adoption fee is $350 or you can sponsor him for $50/ month., please call 330-723-7722 for more information. DJ Spread some joy during the holidays and volunteer with us at the Medina County SPCA!
  12. 12. Marilyn Sechrist Kathleen Bloom Max Johnson Gary Juresko Robin Klaco Dana McLaughlin Heather Sears Valerie Stefancin Rhett & Scarlett Persichitti Sharon Markworth Robert Whitford Dr. & Mrs. Craig Phillips Shane Henry Susie & James Morgan Donna Henry Thomas O’Grady, Sr. Sheila Roberts Diane Grubbs Danny Roberts Shirley Eales Lela & Richard Raw Phillip Wells Stephen Manchak Jack & Patricia Hofstetter Wanita Corey Frederick Corey Willavene Clements Sheryl Valentine Tributes Anastasia Butcher Douglas Oberacker Happy 60th Birthday Carol & Carl The LaGores The DeFrancescos MEMORIALS Andrew “Andy” Ondrik Levin, Swedler & Company Arnold & Betty Stanley Pat Robertson Betty Stanley Kay Wright Braeden C. Poole Kelly Poole Carol Chidron Pat & Wilma Connie Halstead Bob & Mary Armbruster Chester Mosca Karen Couchey Clyde Rhoads Norina Rhoads Vivian Deluna & Family Westfield Insurance Co. Michelle Drogell & Family Akron Children’s Hospital Frances Hanners Dairy Farmers of America Frank Riser Larry & Cathy Warner Gerald Nash, Sr. Christa Petryszyn Gerry Putka Will & Carol Klingel Greg Danisek Mary Beth & Alan Wagner Ted & Ruth Blascak John & Terry Lytle Peter & Dolores Manhoff James Minnery Emily Drake Steven Holland Lloyd & Joanne Knudsen Nancy & Thomas Kern Barbara & Richard Krajewski Diane & Raymond Nodzon Mary Jo Johnson Marilyn Olsen Jean Bergman Sandy & Mike Larson Sally Gardner Medina County Roadrunners Michael Rudolph Pat Heyd Felicia Fago Robert Buettin Kimberly Artz & Family David Eliason Suzanne Sharpe Angie Kovacs Jodi Mitchell Maria Schorr Jack Reilly Daniel Horvath Will & Carol Klingel Helyn Connelly Deb Trenta Judith Kline Mr. & Mrs. Clarence Best Judith Vilt Raymond & Bernadette Aceto Sandra Ernst Nancy & Michael Cozzens Linda Serafin Ken Jones Larry & Cathy Warner Kenny Moehring Deb Trenta Will & Carol Klingel Marcia Hines Jean Soper Margaret Williamitis Cynthia Christian Since 1985, the Medina County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, a non-profit volunteer-based organization, has helped abused, neglected and injured animals in our community. Thousands of dogs, cats, horses and other companion animals have been saved through the efforts and generosity of our caring members and donors, to whom we are deeply grateful. To all of these donors we would like to express our deepest gratitude. SPCAMemorials,honorsandtributes MCSPCA DONATE TODAY
  13. 13. JuliaJulia is a friendly girl looking for love. She’s approximately 6 years old so she’s out of the kitten stage and into the lap loving stage. Stop out to meet her today. Slim Jim My Fiance and I adopted Slim Jim (now Magnus) two weeks ago. We wanted to personally thank you for introducing him to us. Hub Marquis Will & Carol Klingel Happy Birthday Jeanne Pritchard Kris Headley Natalie Kelley Devon O’Brien Happy 2nd Birthday Oliver Maria Schorr Rainbow Bridge Walk Cheryl Brubaker-Schaub In honor of the people who love, help and rescue furry friends Kathy Semanco In lieu of favors for our upcoming wedding Corrice Caudill In honor of all the people who help beautiful creatures at SPCA Andrew Lightfoot Happy 80th Birthdays Sue Larson and Verna Friend Sandy & Mike Larson Support the MCSPCA when you shop at! Set Medina County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals as your Amazon Smile partner and a percentage of your purchases will be donated to MCSPCA each time you shop through Amazon Smile. All you have to do is use Amazon Smile instead of Amazon when you order online. Go to Log in to your account. At top right menu, go to Your Account > Your Amazon Smile. Click Choose or Change Charity. Search for Medina County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, click. Add the Smile icon (Amazon Assistant) to your favorites, bookmarks or easy access bar and click it when you want to order. Valerie Rapp Leadership Medina Rainbow Bridge Daisy, our beautiful yellow lab of 10 years. Sue Heiszek Dawn Marie Our forever friend, Sandy & Mike Larson Lloyd & Joanne Knudsen Jim & Joan Short Gary & Barbara Searle Lawrence & Catherine Warner Greta Linda Fussi Journey Our beloved Cocker Mary Lu Daugherty Magnificat Jean Soper Murphy the Cat, aka Big Boy Suzanne Slimak Oscar John Hood Pita, Luna, Chole & Tang Phyllis Taranto Rum Tum Adrienne & Dean Riggenback Solo, Amber & Rich Janet Schwarz
  14. 14. Shay I am an incredibly soft, super friendly, sweet, and playful cat. If you know someone who needs a new companion and furever pet, tell them to head down to the Medina County SPCA and ask for Shay – I’ll be there all day! Preserving the Past. Carving the Future. City of Medina Medina City Hall 132 North Elmwood Ave. Medina, Ohio 44256 Phone: 330-725-8861 3444 Medina Road Medina, OH 4221 Center Rd Brunswick, OH Sun 9 AM - 7 PM Mon 9 AM - 4 PM Tue - Sat 9 AM - 8 PM ALDI 45 Public Square Medina, Ohio PHONE: 330-952-0900 EMAIL: SALES@ONELUCKYDOGBAKERY.COM 5399 River Styx Rd. Medina, OH 44256 (330) 725-4281
  15. 15. Sandra Jenkins 330-273-1777 Boarding • Grooming • Daycare board@ WeDeliver NewsthatMatters Rebecca Sullivan 645 Lafayette Road Medina, OH 44256 (330) 722.7804 Rob Freedline 330.431.4954 MAIN: 330.665.4996 • FAX: 330.665.5972 1321 CENTERVIEW CIRCLE AKRON, OH 44321
  16. 16. Sponsorships are available in the form of pavement bricks. These engraved bricks will be used to enhance the uniqueness of our facility. Buy a brick as a gift for a birthday, retirement, memorial and other special occasions. Buying a brick for a local business is a great way to advertise! Please make checks payable to Medina County SPCA. Order Form: Name: ____________________________________________________________ Address: ___________________________________________________________ Phone: ____________________________________________________________ Email: _____________________________________________________________ PaversDonation Paver............$50 (No symbol) Paver............$75 (With symbol) Mail to: Medina County SPCA 8790 Guilford Rd., Seville, OH OrderToday! Paving the Way for the Rescue Animals of Medina County! showyourcommitmenttoMCSPCA by purchasingapavertoday. Additonal Symbol (Circle One): Yes ($75) No ($50) Select a Symbol (Circle One): Heart Paws Angel Cross Starburst Cross Flower 3 Lines (20 characters maximum per line.): qqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqq qqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqq qqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqq Happy Tales Petunia adopted by Chelsee and Tim Our goal at the MCSPCA is to have every one of the animals we care for find their furever homes. Chester adopted by Jenna Aurora adopted by Gretchen scooter adopted by Karlie stella adopted by Rachel Harley & Harper adopted by Michael and Melinda Cash & george adopted by George and Lori