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Mark your calendars for Saturday, February 15th from 11 am – 4 pm. Join us for a day of fun shopping at the Northfield Eagles Club. “Shop for a Cause – Save Some Paws” is an event to raise funds for our spay/neuter programs. We are currently in the process of booking vendors. If you would like to purchase a table at the event to sell products (crafts, household products, cleaning products, food prep products, beauty products, the possibilities are endless) you can download a registration form by clicking here. $25 for one banquet sized table or $30 if you would like two tables to promote two businesses. Proceeds from the sale of vendor tables will benefit the Prairie’s Edge Humane Society.
The Kindest Cut mobile spay/neuter surgery unit visited the Prairie’s Edge Humane Society on Saturday, January 4th! 27 animals received spay/neuter surgeries during the visit. Kindest Cut provides low cost, high quality spay neuter surgeries for cats, dogs and rabbits through a traveling mobile surgical unit. Services are geared to pet owners with limited incomes on an appointment basis and are performed by licensed veterinarians who are skilled at small animal care. Spaying and neutering your pet is one of the kindest things you can do for him or her and for all animals. When you fix your pet you’ll help with pet overpopulation by ending the cycle of unwanted litters. Such a simple surgery can help reduce animal homelessness and save lives. Thank you Kindest Cut for providing this wonderful service!
Animals from the Prairie’s Edge Humane Society attended the Affinity Plus Federal Credit Union member appreciation event this past week. Abby the black lab as well as kittens Blitzen and Gloves were a big hit! Customers were treated to horse drawn carriage rides, refreshments, as well as vendors selling crafts, jewelry, candles, scarves and other items. Santa Claus even paid a visit during the event! Thank you to volunteer Cindy Moll for helping out and to the folks at Affinity for inviting the animals!
Thank you to the Faribault Middle School students from grades 6, 7 and 8 for working to raise funds and donations of supplies for the animals at Prairie’s Edge Humane Society (PEHS). The students did a service project through the Healthy Community Initiative Teen Outreach Program. They spent time at the local Walmart store asking patrons to shop for the animals, then they collected those items and brought them to place under our Christmas tree at the PEHS shelter! They were able to collect numerous items such as cat litter, cleaning supplies, toys and treats as well as cash donations for the animals! The students then received a tour of the facility and visited the animals. Thank you to these students for their commitment to helping their community! These donations will help us to care for the homeless animals at Prairie’s Edge Humane Society.