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PetCetera, the e-newsletter, and Pet Life, the mailed newsletter, are filled with pet success stories, save-the-dates for special events, pet training and medical advice, and so much more!

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2018 annual report cover

2018 Annual Report

Together we’ve made the extraordinary quite ordinary. But for the thousands of animals and families we have touched, the results have been life-changing. For them, and for all those to come in the future, hope starts here.

Brown Boxer dog

2017 Annual Report

The boundless love, emotional support and companionship a pet provides doesn’t belong in a shelter. It belongs on a lap, or curled up at the feet of the most wonderful person on earth, in the most wonderful place of all: home. Forever.

White scruffy dog

2016 Annual Report

A healing touch. It all starts with medical attention, when veterinarians, assistants and technicians provide quality, loving care to each pet ensuring that they will have a healthy future.

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2019 spring petlife photo

2019 Spring Pet Life

It was supposed to be a quick trip. Penelope was going to visit CHS’ medical department for vaccines and a spay, and return to animal control for adoption. Things didn’t turn out quite as expected.

Senior dog with floppy ears

2019 Winter Pet Life

The tail never wagged. Mandarin felt relieved to be inside and out of the cold. He wouldn’t stop rolling over, purring and asking for attention. But his tail would have no part of it.

Orange Tiger kitten

2018 Fall Pet Life

King was just getting started in life but his hip was already a royal pain. The 1-year old brindle pooch sometimes wouldn’t even use his hind leg because it hurt so bad.

brown and white dog running

2018 Summer Pet Life

Miss Pickles’ days of fending for herself outside were over. No one knows how long she was out there, but two things made it pretty dangerous: She was a tiny kitten, and she was blind.