BAKED YUMMIES NEEDED! Santa Paws is coming to The Feed Barn Saturday, December 5th! And there's a BAKE SALE there, too! A-PAL Humane Society and the critters need your help with donated baked goods to sell! Whip up some love and deliciousness for the animals of Amador County this holiday season!
We have exciting news to share! TCWC is partnering with the Jackson Rancheria Band of Miwuk Indians for a wonderful new home and bird nursery. It is located at 80 Ridge Road, Suite B, Sutter Creek, CA. and our target move-in date is around the first of December. A-PAL Humane Society will be sharing this space for their office, storage, and future cat recovery area.
Working with the Board, our songbird caregivers, and the Jackson Rancheria construction team to design the space, our volunteer Floyd has completed the plans and concept drawing shown and continues to help where needed. TCWC’s home will contain an intake area, storage, bird nursery rooms and a viewing room into the bird nursery so you can see us “feeding the frenzy” of birds in care.
Stay tuned for our grand opening!
Save the date! Santa Paws is happening December 5th at The Feed Barn from 10am to 4pm! Make sure your pet gets to tell Santa whether they've been naughty or nice this year!
All pet photo proceeds benefit A-PAL Humane Society! Just a $5 donation per holiday card!
Hope to see you there!
Check out these sweethearts!
7 year old male and female cats displaced by Butte fire, current on shots, looking for a new furever home, indoor/outdoor, but inside at night and good with dogs! $25 adoption fee for each.
These sweethearts deserve another furever home!
Stop by The Feed Barn @ 11261 Prospect Drive, Jackson Ca!
A-PAL Humane Society's Save the Kittens program continues to thrive, thanks to the effort and dedication of so many folks in our community, and with the help of our local shelter. CLICK TO LEARN MORE!
This precious boy, is Dusty!
Dusty had to have life saving surgery due to bladder stones and A-PAL Humane Society paid for his surgery from our Special Needs funds. We are raising the $500 (the cost of his surgery) to put back into our Special Needs fund so we can be ready to help the next animal that needs life saving assistance. Together, we can SAVE THEM ALL!
Dusty is currently at the Amador County Animal Control and Adoption Center where this sweet little guy reaches out from the bars and paws at the humans passing by to pet him. This loving little guy was skin and bones when he first came in...now he is beautiful and healthy, post surgery! He is currently on Hill's CD Diet until we get his test results back to see if he'll need a special diet for life. To donate to Dusty and our Special Needs Fund, please follow the link below to the donation page on our website and click "SPECIAL NEEDS" at the very bottom right. If you'd like, you may make note in the "Add special instructions to the seller" that your donation is for Dusty.
As always, thank you for your continued support of A-PAL Humane Society and it's critters!
Friends and supporters of TCWC,
Amador and Calaveras counties are heavily populated with wildlife, making our area even more majestic and beautiful. Deer, foxes, skunks, raccoons, opossums, squirrels, rabbits and large and small birds, just to name a few, all call Amador and Calaveras home. As the Butte Fire comes under containment, many wildlife critters will be in need of rehabilitation. Tri County Wildlife Care, serving Amador, Calaveras and Eastern San Joaquin counties, will need your help with the aftermath of this disaster.
As always, we thank you for your continued support. Please stay safe, our thoughts are with all of those affected, human and animals alike.
Donate to Tri County Wildlife Care
Tri County Wildlife Care is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization supported solely by donations. 100% of donations are used for the benefit of wildlife in Amador, Calaveras, and Eastern San Joaquin counties.
The mountain lion kitten that was rescued on Sept. 13 in Calaveras County has found a new home at a permitted restricted species facility in Central California.
Over the past week at the CDFW’s Wildlife Investigation Lab, the kitten has stabilized well and is making a good recovery. The injuries to its paws and eyes are healing, its appetite is increasing daily and bodily functions are returning to normal. Staff is hopeful for a full recovery.
At its new home, the kitten will have access to regular veterinary care as needed and will eventually serve as an educational conservation ambassador to the public. CDFW will let the facility make their own public announcement when they are ready.
CDFW wishes the feline well in its new home and reminds the public that if they find wildlife in distress to call their CDFW Regional office.
Below are a few more pictures of the kitten leaving CDFW’s facility.
Adopt an A-PAL Humane Society Barn Cat Buddy!
•Great for barns, warehouses, garages, vineyards, etc.
•Simply provide food, shelter, and water, daily. All cats are spayed/neutered, and rabies vaccinated! Services that cost well over $125. for only $15. each! We will even bring your new Barn Buddy to you!
•Barn Cat Buddies are green rodent control! No more need to use dangerous poisons around your place!
•We also have friendly house cats for the same low rate of $15!
If you are interested or have any questions, please call Jeff at (209) 304-0928!
Many sweet, adorable, kittens at The Feed Barn in Jackson/Martel for adoption and waiting for their furever home and family! $50 donation (for one kitten or $85 for two) to A-PAL Humane Society gets you a wonderful new furry family member who has their first shot, worming, and has been spayed or neutered! Stop by and meet them SOON!
Luke is looking for his forever home!!
Twin Cedar K9 would like to introduce you to "Luke"! Luke comes to us from the wonderful people at the Amador County Animal Control and Adoption Center. Luke is about 2 years old and per his Wisdom Panel DNA test, he is a German Shepherd/Cattle Dog cross. Luke is current on all of his vaccines, is neutered and is on heartworm prevention. Luke is very social with adults but we have not had the opportunity to see him with small children. We have not seen any aggressive behavior from Luke towards any people.
When Luke first arrived at the ranch his behavior with other male dogs was not exactly stellar! He can be very pushy and dominant when he first meets other dogs especially with other male dogs. Since he has been with us and participating in the weekend group classes, he has shown huge improvement in his behavior with all dogs that he plays with now.
Luke is learning all of the basic obedience commands and manners and he is doing very well. It won’t be long before he has mastered it all. Look is housebroken and has very good house manners.
Please give Marge` a call if you would like to come out to meet this beautiful boy.
209-223-3194 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Rusty is looking for his forever home!!
Rusty comes to us from the great folks at the Calaveras Humane Society. Rusty is about 1 year old and per his Wisdom Panel DNA test he is a American Staffordshire Terrier/Australian Shepherd cross. Rusty has been neutered, is current on all of his vaccinations and is on heartworm prevention. Rusty is a very happy go lucky kind of guy who just loves everyone that he meets. He is very playful but affectionate at the same time.
Rusty has mastered all of his basic obedience and he gets along with other dogs. Rusty has had two different kennel mates and he has done well but he can be dominant when he is playing. If the other dog tells him to back off he will. Rusty has shared his kennel with male and female dogs.
One of our volunteers took Rusty home for an overnight stay to see how he would do in a home setting. She reported that Rusty was perfect! He appears to be housebroken, he did not try to get on any furniture, and he did not beg from the table when they had dinner and breakfast. He slept the entire night on a dog bed on the floor next to the her bed. She stated that he did whine just a bit when she left to go to the store but settled down after a few minutes. Overall, she said he was a very good boy.
Please give Marge` a call or send an email if you would like to come out to the ranch to meet this very special boy.
209-223-3194 or email@example.com
KITTENS!!! Meet the "rainbow litter" they are now ready for the forever home. Come to to Feed Barn to adopt them!
PawsPartners.org is an alliance formed between A-PAL Humane Society of Amador County and Tri County Wildlife Care, the latter serving native wildlife in Amador, Calaveras, and Eastern San Joaquin Counties. Since inception we have added the Shelter Partners volunteer group, who support our local Animal Control organization, and Amador County Animal Response Team (ACART).