Friday, August 29, 2008
Thursday, August 28, 2008
with up to 350 lots of fish and fish equipment draws attendees from all over New England, as well as NY state.
TFSRI has the oldest and longest running show in the Northeast.
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT:
Richard Rego (508) 678-8306
- Deal with animals' emotional issues - such as timidity, separation anxiety, and agression
- Prevent dogs from engaging in problem behavior such as jumping up, barking, scratching & chewing
- Apply the primary touches
- Enhance the willingness and ability of your animal to learn
- Relieve symptoms of stress in you and your pet
- Deepen your relationship with your companion animal
- Use wraps on your pet to calm and soothe
- recognize and fine tune Calming Signals
- Apply TTOUCH first aid in emergency situations
- Work with shelter animals using TTOUCH
Wednesday, August 27, 2008
Monday, August 25, 2008
Thursday, August 21, 2008
The 6th Annual Howling Hounds Dog Walk is approaching fast.......Help!
We need volunteers for:
- flyer distribution
- donation collections
- on the day of the walk - parking attendants, registration attendants, walk assistants, RISPCA booth workers
- and so much more......
There will be a Volunteer Meeting
Saturday, August 30 at 9 AM
RISPCA Conference Room
Coffee and breakfast items will be served in appreciation for your time.
If you are interested in volunteering for this event we ask that you attend this meeting. If you are unable to attend but would still like to help out
please contact Liz at email@example.com
or call 401 - 438- 8150
Tuesday, August 19, 2008
- Lisa Levasseur and the Levasseur family
- Christina Pratt won the 50/50 but donated it back to the RISPCA
- Eric Lind purchased pizzas for the event
- Legion Bowl for the great location and hospitality
- E.Divine Pet Salon in Cranston donated raffle items for prize winners
Monday, August 18, 2008
As part of our ongoing efforts to recognize the steadfast and dedicated efforts of our BlueAngel employee volunteers, we hold a quarterly drawing among all employees that log volunteer hours in our volunteer service tracking tool. This quarter, 146 were included in the drawing to win $250.00 to give to the Rhode Island based, nonprofit organization of their choice.
Melissa Ricard, BCBSRI employee and Blue Angel volunteer, was one of five winners this quarter and she has selected your organization as the recipient of the $250.00 Dollars for Doers Award. We hope this award will demonstrate BCBSRI's support for your organization as well as our appreciation to Melissa Ricard for giving of her time to support our community. In the coming weeks, you will receive a check in the amount of $250.00 from the Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island Community Health Fund at the Rhode Island Foundation.
I wish you and your organization much success.
Carolyn E. Belisle
Community Relations, CSR & Diversity
Friday, August 15, 2008
Thursday, August 14, 2008
She is doing GREAT! The cat who was so freaked out when she got here that she looked like she was plugged into a light socket now is loving, purrs, and has even gained a bit of weight.
We found when she was here that she did have a physical problem that would cause her to be feeling irritable. After her spay, she was much better but has had a hernia operation as well.
A BIG pat on the back to her adopter, who had the patience to work with Star who "did a 180." We are so happy for you both!
Monday, August 11, 2008
Friday, August 8, 2008
When I'm tired of standing I put the bone between Dad's feet so I can lay down & he can hold it for me to chew on. I'm not TOO spoiled. I get tired of holding my bone so dad holds it while I chew on it.
The Tropical Fish Society of Rhode Island is a non-profit organization composed of local aquarists and fish breeders whose objectives are to increase the knowledge of aquarium keeping as a non-profit service to aquarists everywhere. And to encourage the breeding, raising and showing of ornamental and naturally occurring fishes among all those interested.
Our meetings are free and open to the general public. Please come join us!!
They will be meeting August 20th - starts 7:30 PM
Wednesday, August 6, 2008
Tuesday, August 5, 2008
Brinks today - looking great after going to his new home 10 weeks ago
He's happy and healthy now - his coat is very shiny!
When he was brought to our shelter, he was in sad shape and had to get better physically before being adopted. He was suffering from malnutrition, says his vet.
Monday, August 4, 2008
Thanks so much!
She weighed 18 LB 6 oz this morning.......17 LB can't be far off.
First meeting at RISPCA
Wed., August 20th, 7:30 PM until approx 10 PM
Speaker Michael Ophir; "Loaches, Natural History and Aquarium Care"
Members and Open to the Aquarium Fish Interested Public