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Solid Rock Memorials

CFA is excited to announce a new partnership with Solid Rock Memorials to help bring beautiful rocks memorials and other unique items to you for all occasions.   When you purchase their products, a percentage of the profits goes to CFA to help fund our mission and programs.

Solid Rock Memorials offer many types of engraved river rock, slate rock, and cobblestones that can be personalized and customized with your thought, or you can choose from one of their many pre-designed stock pieces.  A one-of-a-kind engraved rock makes the perfect pet memorial, a piece of desk art to provide words of faith, encouragement and inspiration, or as a special gift for your friend’s or relative’s garden or yard.

To order, please use this link to ensure CFA receives the proceeds...

Custom & Stock Engraved Memorial Rocks & Suncatchers from SolidRockMemorials.com

 Happy shopping and thank you for helping to raise money for people and their pets.

We Love Our Pets License Plates

WeLoveOurPetsThe license plate features lovable characters designed by artist and author Brian Bassett, (Adam@Home and "Red and Rover"), and are available for purchase at all Washington State vehicle licensing offices.  Learn more about how organizations can apply for the license plate fund grants, including a list of groups who have been awarded since granting began in 2007.  To help spread the word about the plate, please download, print and distribute the We Love Our Pets flyers.

What does it cost? The original cost  to purchase a plate is $40 plus applicable licensing fees.  When the vehicle registration comes due, you will need to pay an additional $30 to keep the plate on your vehicle even if you have not had the plate for a full year.  Plates are available for registered passenger vehicles, light duty pickups, trailers, motorcycles and campers in Washington State.  For questions or to locate vehicle licensing offices, visit the Washington State Department of Vehicle Licensing.  Thank you for your support!

Finding a Lost Dog

LostMyDoggie.com

If you have lost your dog or cat, contact this website www.lostmydoggie.com.  Similar to an "Amber Alert" for abducted children, LostMyDoggie.com has 3 options to help quickly get the word out about your lost pet.

First level: Lost & Found pet posting and flyers.  Free! 
Second Level: Telephone alert to your neighbors’ homes.  $59.95
Third Level: Combine both phone alert and mail packages.  $99.95

To review the options and choose the one best suited for you, click here.

Petamberalert.com

When you combine phone and poster alert systems it produces the best possible results in any lost pet situation. Their system can notify the whole street or the whole town and the chances your pet will run into someone who has received a PetAmberAlert™ about your pet are over 78%.

Three levels: $39.95, $59.95, $99.95

For more information, visit http://www.petamberalert.com/lostpetfinder.

Operation Dog Rescue.com

Operation Dog Rescue (ODR), led by Vivian Dahlin,  specializes in the capture of “at-large,” lost, missing, abandoned dogs – dogs who are living on their own and going out of their way to avoid human contact.  This may be a lost dog with an owner, or a dog with no owner that is loose in a specific area.  ODR has a track record of successful dog captures that allows us to offer informed suggestions to owners [or a designated contact person], and implement well tested trapping methods that frequently result in the capture of even the most elusive dogs.  For more information contact Vivian at eliottd2002@yahoo.com or 360. 580. 9927.  Or visit http://operationdogrescue.com.

Helpful Links

Food Safety Alerts

FDA: http://www.fda.gov/Safety/Recalls/ucm365154.htm?source=govdelivery

Animal-Assisted Dogs

Adoptions

Boarding & Daycare

Save Washington Pets

During the next legislative session, a bill will be introduced that will help pay for spay/neuter surgeries for dogs and cats owned by low-income individuals, and spay/neuter surgeries for feral and free roaming cats. We need affordable and accessible spay/neuter surgery throughout Washington to help end the euthanasia of tens of thousands of dogs and cats in our shelters each year – animals that are healthy or treatable and just don’t have a home. Please visit Save Washington Pets to learn more about the bill and ways to get involved.

Other Helpful Business Links

Seattle Home Improvement - Easy Simple Fast Service: You can now use ESFS's online service to get no-obligation cost estimates from approved service professionals in Seattle, Washington and the surrounding areas. When you submit a form on ESFS it is sent to approved contractors and professionals in your area who will work hard to secure your business. Click on this link to get prices from approved professionals for a wide range of services in Seattle.