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Written by Shaid   
Friday, 14 November 2014 17:14

 

If you haven't heard about our Facebook page, check it out at;

 

https://www.facebook.com/ShaidTreeAnimalShelter 

 

We have a wonderful Facebook page with up-to-date info on new pets and adoptions... 

 

 

Last Updated on Wednesday, 19 November 2014 14:18
 
2015 Calendars PDF Print E-mail
Written by Shaid   
Friday, 14 November 2014 16:28

 

 

SHAID calendars are available for $20 each at

 

SHAID and Shur-Gain in Bridgewater.

 

 

Thank you for your support. 

Last Updated on Wednesday, 19 November 2014 14:28
 
Pet Pics 2014 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Shaid   
Friday, 14 November 2014 00:30

2014 Pet Pics with Santa 

 

Bring your pets and children to our pet pics......

 

NOTE: Pictures on DVD's to be picked up at SHAID,

except, "Your Friend and Mine" location.

 

See details below.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 19 November 2014 14:21
 
Open House PDF Print E-mail
Written by Shaid   
Friday, 14 November 2014 00:03

Open House 

 

Join us for our annual Open House, a great way to spend an afternoon.

 

Everyone welcome!

 

Last Updated on Wednesday, 19 November 2014 14:25
 
The S.H.A.I.D. Wish List PDF Print E-mail
Written by Shaid   
Monday, 17 November 2014 00:00

 

Wish List

 

 Animal Shelters are full of loving pets.

  

If you would like to offer something to SHAID, here are some ideas:
-Paper Towel(currently have lots)
- Bleach  <ALWAYS NEEDED>
- Non-clumping litter  <<ALWAYS NEEDED>>
- Canned cat food, pate is the most popular 
- Lysol floor cleaner
- HE laundry detergent
- Cat/dog toys
     Please note: SHAID CURRENTLY HAS A GREAT SUPPLY OF DOG FOOD, DRY AND CANNED!

P.S. If you would like he help feed ferrel cats (TNR), please drop off dry cat food at SHAID
with TNR marked on the bag and we will make sure TNR receives the food. 
 
And your wonderful smile!    
 
Thanks!     902-543-4849  Open daily, 11 am to 3pm
 
Last Updated on Wednesday, 19 November 2014 14:25
 
YOUR NEW CAT PDF Print E-mail
Written by Shaid   
Friday, 04 February 2011 13:21

If possible, give your cat his own room with food and litter for about a week, especially if your new pet is shy or if you have a multi-pet household. Visit often for cuddles and play. If he hides, don't worry. When the food is disappearing, all is well. Other pets will become accustomed to the newcomer's smell through the door. If you are particularly concerned about the adjustment of other pets, you can even change places after a week or so. Allow the new animal out into the home and place the old-timer in the room where he or she will have a great time sniffing. After preparations such as these, there is usually little fuss when the door is finally opened.

Cats are much safer when kept indoors. If you decide to allow kitty to go out, be sure he is wearing ID on a break-free or elastic collar which will release if he should become entangled. Bring him in for supper and keep him in. Never allow a kitten outdoors until she is spayed.

Nails can be easily trimmed and it helps protect your furniture. Just remove the portion that rounds over. Provide several scratching posts. Heavy plastic tacked to tempting corners of your furniture may help divert his attention to a nearby scratching post.

Declawing is not supported by SHAID and other humane societies and should only be a last resort when euthanasia is the only other alternative.

There are so many cats and kittens waiting patiently in shelters across Canada. Please consider giving them a chance to live. Allowing any cat to breed, for any reason, is cruel to the entire species. Hundreds of thousands suffer for want of a home, or are mistreated becasue they are seen as disposable. Anything that is too plentiful tends to be considered unimportant.

 
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