Monthly Archives: September 2014

A Fish Tale -or- The REALLY Ugly Side of Rescue

Rescues come in all sizes and shapes. Some make the news and some don’t. Some do, because of the groups involved, or perhaps because of the people or animals who did or didn’t survive it. Some rescues, for various reasons, … Continue reading

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Iceman Passes…

At 11:10 p.m. on September 22nd 2014 Iceman crossed the Rainbow Bridge. Perhaps as you are reading this, he is, even now, chasing tennis balls in God’s backyard, once again free of arthritis and ailments. The Alaskans among us suspect … Continue reading

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Lily’s Miracle

Three tiny hungry kittens were caught this summer in an alley in Colville in a live trap that two CVAS volunteers had set.  One of the volunteers who helped trap the kittens agreed to foster the kittens.  Two were typical … Continue reading

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