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Animal Care Tips

 

  • Companion Animal Disaster Kit: The Washington State Animal Response Team (WASART) has a great check list for you to have to ensure you and your pets are prepared in the event of a disaster.  Click here to download your list.
  • Pet Survival Kits: Be prepared with pet emergency supplies for dogs and cats. Check out Pet Survival Kits at www.quakekare.com.
  • Pet Preparedness for Emergencies: The Washington State Emergency Management Division has some very valuable ideas about how to ensure you are prepared to take care of your pet before, during and after a disaster. Click here to download the flyer.

  • Trapping: If you wish to borrow a cat trap from CFA, please download the Cat Trap Rental Agreement, complete and return to CFA at info@concernforanimals.org or mail to:
    Concern for Animals
    1414 State Ave NE
    Olympia, WA 98506

 

Human/Doggy Treat Recipes

 

St. Martin University  

St. Martin's University Students created delicious human/dog treat recipes for our Tails and Tranquility class. 

Pictured L-R: Jeaqualyn Borgonia, Virgil Alonso, Becky Traber (instructor), Sarah Moore, Jerica Saucedor.  Missing: Annie Pulwick, Kyra Davidson

Many thanks to the students at Saint Martin's University for researching and making delicious human/dog friendly delicious recipes at Tails and Tranquility on December 1 at Charneski Rec Center. Proceeds from the class benefited CFA.  For a copy of Spring Time Muffins, K-9 Meatballs and Peanut Butter and Banana Yogurt Bites, click here.