Saturday, June 30, 2018

HELP NEEDED TO CARE FOR SICK KITTENS AND CATS!


We are in need of volunteers to help ASAP with administering meds to kittens and cats in a.m. and p.m.  All kittens and cats are in need of fosters and forever homes.  Please contact Arlene McCarthy if you can help.  lassofsuncity@gmail.com

Saturday, June 23, 2018

Help needed to save these pups!


There were four pups about 10-12 weeks old found abandoned by Animal Control.  
Crate Escape Rescue in Wappingers Falls, NY agreed to take them. They were treated for coccidia, which cost rescue over $400, got Health Certificates, and were scheduled to leave on transport yesterday. When Alan (the shelter director) got to the shelter Friday morning, one of the pups had bloody stools (parvo symptom).  He euthanized that pup 🤬 and called Carissa asking what to do with the other three.  Carissa called me (Diane) to transport to vet where parvo test was positive.


They’re on iv’s at vet for about five days. Treatment for all three will be about $1500.


Since Crate Escape already paid first vet bill and paid transport which was cancelled, they need our help financially.  They have taken other difficult to place dogs, the four mange pups, so we’d really like to help them so they keep pulling our dogs. 

- Diane Rashall

To make a donation:
  • Contact Carolina Place Animal Hospital directly at 803-789-5047 
  • Donate to LASS, a 501(c)3 charitable organization at PAYPAL
  • Contact Arlene McCarthy, President, at Lassofsuncity@gmail.com

Tuesday, June 5, 2018

LASS Open House - June 21

Please come to our Open House on June 21, from 1pm to 4pm, at the Del Webb Library.  There will be speakers, slide shows, and a raffle. Learn how LASS helps the animals at the Lancaster County Animal Shelter.  

Join us in making life better for our animals

Arlene McCarthy, LASS President

Sunday, June 3, 2018

PROPOSED NEW SHELTER


At the Council Meeting last week, we learned that the vote was about the site for the new shelter, not the plans for the shelter.  While plans for the shelter were presented by the architect, we learned that this is only the first version, so there may still be hope for changes.  It was great to have a chance to talk to the architect out in the lobby after the presentation and offer some ideas for what we feel is important... including moving the "portable" units that we purchased.