Chisholm Kids Love to Help Animals

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Chisholm Elementary sponsored a pet food and towel donation for the SEVHS.


Everyone at Southeast Volusia Humane Society would like to thank the kids at Chisholm Elementary school for collecting everything listed below for our furry friends. The theme for Red Ribbon Week was, “Chisholm Wildcats are paws-itively drug-free,” and they sponsored a pet food and towel donation for the SEVHS along with a visit from Dino, the New Smyrna Beach Police Department drug dog, and his handler officer Bruce Holcomb. The kids love to help animals. Susie says, “Wow kids! Thank you so much.”

  • 21 lbs kitty litter
  • 23 lbs dry cat food
  • 21 cans cat food
  • 2 bags cat treats
  • 2 boxes / 2 bags dog treats
  • 12 lbs dry dog food
  • 17 cans dog food
  • 1 dog collar
  • 1 bottle hand sanitizer
  • 1 pet taxi

Little Feather, Almost Ready for a Forever Home

Feather in a Cup

Feather in a Cup

Is that a Camera?

Is that a Camera?

A Flying Object Up There!

A Flying Object Up There!


Feather

Feather


Feather is a little bundle of soft sweetness. He is not yet ready for a forever home but will be soon!

Thank You for Your Donations…

I want to thank everyone for the canned dog food that was donated to the shelter the past couple of weeks when we were low. Thank you, too, for the financial donations that came in for that purpose. Thanks to Dr. Jackson for allowing people to drop off canned dog food for us, and thank you for your kindness. Our animals are so important to us and taking care of them only happens with your help. I’m so touched to see the outpouring of care, devotion and commitment our community shows SEVHS. Thank you from the bottom of my heart. Our furry babies thank you, too. If you haven’t been out in a while, you have GOT to come out and see the beautiful babies (dogs and cats) that we have that are waiting for their forever home. Give them a big hug. They will hug you back tenfold, I promise and it will make your day. Thank you for your support of our humane society and thank you so much for making it yours, too
Debi Laibe


Swift Paws: Upcoming Events

Keeping your best friend happy and healthy!

Keeping your best friend happy and healthy!

Be sure to join us on these dates this year:

  • Nov 8th, from 9am-1pm
  • Dec 13th, from 9am-1pm

Swift Paws will be offering several free classes on Essential Oils for Pets this fall season too! Another way to keep your best friend healthy and happy.
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