Cash

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Cash is one of VPAS biggest success stories for 2010. He came to us as a 6 month old puppy with a badly broken leg that needed major surgery to fix. Cash was in the vet hospital for a number of weeks before beginning his slow recovery in a foster home. Almost 2 months after Cash arrived at VPAS he found his forever home, and he has continued to attend rehabilitation sessions at the doggy pool to make his leg strong. Here is a letter from Cash (that his new parents helped him write) telling us of his adventures in his new home.

Dear VPAS

Bunnies For Adoption

Bunnies For Adoption

VPAS has several young bunnies that are now ready for adoption. All are very social, friendly, and easy to handle. Please see our Other Animals adoptable page for photos and bios of our bunnies.

Iams/Eukanuba Pet Food Recall

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P&G Pet Care has issued a voluntary recall on all of their dry food Eukanuba & Iams Veterinary Diets with best before dates between July 1/10 – Dec 1/11 (in all sizes and varieties.) This is a precautionary recall only. Earlier this week P&G determined that some products made in their dry food facility may have the potential for salmonella contamination. No salmonella-related illnesses have been confirmed, however, the P&G company has voluntarily stopped all production at the plant in question until the concern has been resolved.

Update: Tiger Paws

Update: Tiger Paws

Update July 28th/10: Tiger Paws' eye is healing, but the progress has been slow. She still has clouding over the eye, and she is still suffering from some minor conjunctivitis, but her "cone of shame" is off and she's bouncing around like a happy kitten. Tiger Paws has another several weeks to go on meds before she can be put up for adoption, but she is headed in the right direction and at this point it looks like she'll be able to keep her injured eye.

Adopt a Black Beauty Today!

Adopt a Black Beauty Today!

Did you know that according to a study in the Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science, black cats are about half as likely to be adopted as tabby cats and two-thirds less likely than white cats? We've heard all of the reasons before: "They're not as eye catching as the patterned cats," "they're bad luck," "they're so plain." Well we think black is beautiful and we're out to tell the world about some of our gorgeous black cats and kittens.

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