MEMBERSHIP MEETING APRIL 28th

Event Details

Date:
April 28, 2014

Time:
7:00pm - 8:30pm

Cost:

Free

Location:
Cameron Park Fire Station 89
3200 Country Club Dr

Contact:
pawed@att.net

On Monday, April 28th, 2014 PAWED will have a general membership meeting. The meeting will take place at the Cameron Park Fire Station 89 – 3200 Country Club Drive - and start promptly at 7pm. At this meeting you will be provided with an update on the alliance/merger process and progress on new shelter construction. In addition we will have a special speaker.  This event is free and open for non-members to attend.

Raccoons can transmit Rabies, Roundworms and other disease. They have a nasty bite as well.

Raccoons can transmit Rabies, Roundworms and other disease. They have a nasty bite as well.

Debbie Datilio, Sierra Wildlife Rescue’s Director of Animal Care will be our guest speaker on the following:

What pet owners can do to keep our pets safe from wildlife and wildlife safe from our pets.  Pets can include your typical dog or cat but can include, chickens, goats, alpaca’s, llama’s, mini-donkeys, horses, etc.

The drought may bring the two worlds

Mommy Deerest may not be happy if your pouch comes between her and junior.

Mommy Deerest may not be happy if your pouch comes between her and junior.

closer together than in past years and we want to be responsible pet owners and make sure we are doing our best to protect the wildlife.  Also tips on supporting wildlife would be welcome such as putting water out can assist in keeping wildlife healthy.

Two young bucks sparing

Two young bucks sparing

 

Coyotes are always on patrol for easy pickings.

Coyotes are always on patrol for easy pickings.