CCHS volunteer Lynn Garrett is still looking for recipes and photos to include in a recipe cookbook fundraiser for CCHS.
If you have recipes for appetizers, game day snacks, main courses, veggies, casseroles, desserts or whatever for people or for pets, please send them to Lynn at email@example.com.
CCHS needs volunteers for other services besides the building.
Fostering is a big commitment, but worth the effort. CCHS can always use good fosters. The more fosters we have, the more dogs we can help.
Extra handlers and helpers are always welcome at Meet and Greets, parades and other CCHS events.
Volunteer and see how good it feels to be part of an organization helping pets find loving homes.
Volunteers! You can now conveniently check the CCHS building work schedule online.
Just go to http://www.ccilhs.org. Click on the calendar link just under the events calendar list. It will show if anyone has signed up to work.
If someone is already listed for a time you are available, feel free to join them. The work is easier if you share it.
Feel free to stop by anytime and ask what you can do to help.
If you have volunteered by aren’t on the schedule, if you have questions, or if you want to volunteer for a shift; contact
CCHS has wonderful pets available including kittens Pooter and Mosley, gray/wt; Sam, orange/white. Most of the cats reside at the CCHS building at 1301 Apple Lane where folks can visit them daily from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. and weekdays from 5:30 p.m. until 7:30 p.m.
Available dogs include Charley, Black Lab; Harley, Black Lab mix; Oscar, Pekinese; Boots, Chihuahua; Willow and puppies Aspen, Ash-Lee, Birch, Oak-Lee, Cypress, Staffie mixes. Dogs are fostered with families and can be visited by appointment or at the next Meet and Greet at Deien Chevrolet in Trenton Saturday, Nov 16, from 10 a.m. until noon.
Harley, 1 1/2 –year-old Border Collie/Setter mix, is a handsome fellow with a beautiful, shiny black coat. He is an energetic, friendly fellow who is learning not to jump up on people to say hello, which is why he would be better with bigger folks, not so much with little children. He is okay with other dogs and ducks at his foster, but is a little too interested in the cats to be trusted with them. He is crate trained and rides well in a car. He can “sit” and “down.” He loves to run and play fetch and would love to live in the counry or a big fenced in yard where he could run. Harley is up to date on shots, spayed/neutered and micro-chipped. If you are looking for a lovable, playful fella, fill out an adoption form on our website at ccilhs.org or pick one up at the office at 1301 Apple Lane, Breese.