Purrcy’s Sunday Scoop – Adoptions, Elk Updates, Weight Loss and Admirers

11228126_850779335005371_5469281443367621724_nYes, it’s Sunday Morning again (sooo soon) and that means it’s time for another Purrcy’s Sunday Scoop….

Even though, as you can see, I am just buried under paperwork I do have a lot to share today, I just have to open my eyes and get with it.

First is an update on Amazing George (also known as Snuggle Bug). He is now eating, Lorraine is jumping with joy at seeing his little head in the food bowl eating his AD prescription food.

11781866_850779541672017_4647371303324795851_nAmazing George also had some visitors last Wednesday, it was a beautiful reunion of two of his guardian angels, Kathryn and Pat who day after day and night after night fed the 19 kitties after the tragic fire in Elk. They were so happy to see him improving, he was so matted and sick they did not think he would last the night the day he was rescued, now he is purring and eating.


15 of the 19 Elk cats went to the Stevens County Cat Care spay/neuter clinic last Sunday. Their severely matted coats were shaved, they were spayed/neutered, vaccinated and each was checked by a veterinarian. They look so cute in their new Lion cuts. They are now starting on a new road to a new life. These cats will never really know all the love, prayers and sacrifice that went into their survival during the month after the fire, a neighborhood of women who pulled together to save their lives.


We had some great adoptions this week. Little Carmel and Brindle were adopted and went home to start their new life with new sister’s Mattie and Ellie, now that is what I would call a house full of Chihuahua’s. They are going to be spoiled, I Purrcy who knows all, can just see it now.

11220927_850795935003711_5946855213446970676_n11800512_850798655003439_1847738386459971796_nLittle Amy went home with her new family on the same day. This is also a new forever home made in heaven, love at first sight. Wednesday was definitely small dog adoption day. Have I ever mentioned how noisy small dogs are!!! Now maybe I can get some sleep.

11800278_850801778336460_1755229322134030543_nOMG what a scare I had..I sat on the scale and I lost a pound!!! I am now just a little over 11 lbs. OMG where is the food!!!… I could starve. This is all Becca’s fault…she keeps me just too busy.. I am constantly burning calories, I need to slow down!!



A big hunky muscular kitty like me should weigh at LEAST 14lbs…maybe even 16lb…Becca tells me I am dreaming…. No one understands me.


Ahhh, that’s better…I need to learn to pace myself so as not to burn so many calories and to stop every few minutes (between jobs) to recharge with a little snack…


These are my Emergency Rations…just in case Becca overworks me again.

I am sure you all saw our posting the other day about the senior dog that was found on Bodie Mountain Rd and Onion Creek Rd… well she was found again, this time running down the highway where she nearly got hit. Some kind people picked her up and brought her to us yesterday. She is an older girl who needs some real TLC.. She is keeping Becca company for now, We just never know from day to day when an animal is going to come through our doors needing help.

11826000_850807435002561_7473350734145581241_nI have admirers!… to prove it, just look at this big, beautiful bouquet of CATNIP just for me!! Yes, Jim loves me and really… what is not to love?…. It is so hard to be humble….thank you Jim

11781637_850808805002424_1586299394962918962_nWell it’s break-time, this reporting really drains me, I think I need to refuel….anyway, Purrcy over and out until next Sunday…


About colvillevalleyanimalsanctuary

The Colville Valley Animal Sanctuary is an all-volunteer organization dedicated to the rescue and rehabilitation of abandoned, neglected, and otherwise homeless companion animals. We provide both crisis and long-term sheltering, medical care, fostering, and adoption services - all with the goal of placing our animals permanently in safe and loving homes. We spay and neuter all of the animals in our care and actively promote, through financial donations and community support, the effort to reduce the number of unwanted animals in Stevens County. By example and through education, we promote and advance the values of responsible pet ownership and the humane treatment of animals.
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