THE CABARRUS ANIMAL RESCUE NEWSLETTER

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THE CABARRUS ANIMAL RESCUE NEWSLETTER
March, 2013
HS CABARRUS ANIMAL RESCUE
Issue 19
T H E CABARRUS ANIMAL RESCUE
NEWSLETTER
Inside this issue:
HS CAR has lost one it's treasured members
Meet our canines 2
Mary Elizabeth Malinoski
Meet our Felines
Known to her family and
friends as Bee.
Events
Tip of the month
Contact Us
Donations
Thankyou
Volunteers are
always needed
for the kennels
as well as events.
HS
Cabarrus
Animal
Rescue
Bee Malinoski passed away on Monday, February 11th at her
residence.
Bee has always been an animal lover and first volunteered for an
animal rescue in Sannibel Island, Florida. In 1994, she and three
other women started an animal rescue in Concord, N C . After
retiring it became apparent to Bee that retiring from animal rescue
was just not an option and in 2011, again with three others, started
the HS Cabarrus Animal Rescue in Concord, NC.
Our thoughts and prayers are with her
husband Mai and her brother Bill.
Concord, NC
We are all devastated and Bee will be
greatly missed.
Continued on page 7
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Meet our canines
NASCAR - Dachshund / Terrier
mix . Male, neutered.
A little shy until you hold him.
May need to be only dog in home.
DOG TRAINER
NEEDED
Call Karin at
704-701-5441 if you
can help.
HARRY -Shepherdmix
->
Male, abt 1 year old. Neutered.
House-trained
In Foster care.
S H I L O H - Bassett / Aussie mix
Male, about 1 year old.
Neutered, house-trained,
Very friendly. Likes to ride in car.
FOSTER
P E E D E E - Terrier mix ->
HOMES
Males, about 1 - 2 years old.
NEEDED
Very friendly, gets along with other dogs.
FOR
Especially likes to play with the big dogs.
SMALL
DOGS
SAMY- Chihuahua mix
Female, about 1 - 2 years old.
A little on the shy side at first but loves
to be held.
N E W T O N - Boxer mix ->
Male, about 10 weeks old.
Has a cut on his face but it is healing
nicely.
Check our web-site for more animals
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Meet our felines
We are in need foster homes for cats and kittens. If interested, please e-mail us at
[email protected]
Check web-site for more kittens.
CATS A R E NOW AVAILABLE F O R ADOPTION AT P E T C O O N B R U T O N
SMITH BLVD I N CONCORD. APPLICATION FORMS A R E O N T A B L E N E X T
T O CAT CONDO AND P E T C O W I L L FAX YOUR APPLICATION T O US.
EVENTS
Come join us.
Saturdays look for us at Petco and/or Tractor Supply
Saturdays, adoptions will be held at Petco in Concord from 10:00pm to 4:00pm.
Tip of the Month
Karen Guignard, Bark Busters Dog Behavioral Therapist and Master Trainer.
Go to www.barkbusters.com for more information
Heartworm, fleas and ticks:
Prevent the spring blues for your dog. As with all medical issues, it is better to prevent
problems than to have to treat them later. Check with your veterinarian for preventative
recommendations against heartworm and fleas and ticks to keep your dog in good health.
Heartworm disease is a serious and potentially fatal parasitic disease transmitted by
mosquitoes. There are a variety of options for preventing heartworm infection in dogs:
talk to your veterinarian about the right one for your dog. The American Heartworm
Society guidelines recommend that all dogs be tested annually for heartworm infection.
Fleas and ticks can cause a host of problems, from flea allergy dermatitis (FAD) to Lyme
disease and Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever. In large enough numbers, both ticks and
fleas can cause dangerous amounts of blood loss, especially in young dogs. The most
common flea and tick prevention options - monthly spot-on topicals. Oral tablets are
popular primarily due to their convenience and effectiveness.
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ADOPTION UPDATES
d his new best friend
Squeak is doing wonderful!
Everyday when we get home he
goes straight to my son who
squats down and gives him love.
They play all the time!! Bodie
can't wait to feed him everyday,
and I look forward to him laying
in bed with me at night. In a
nutshell, we love him very
much, and he surely seems to
love us!:) "
Thank you to everyone who has
adopted an animals and given
them a new and better life.
When you adopt you actually
save 2 lives, the life of the animal
you adopt which then opens up a
space for another animal to be
brought in for adoption.
If you have adopted an animal
from HS CAR we would love an
update with a picture on how
they are doing in their new home.
We love those happy endings.
We feel very fortunate to have found 'Hershey'
after losing our 13 year old min-pin/ Chihuahua, Rosie last month. Hershey is perfect for
our family, and has become quite perky and
playful after getting used to our household
that includes a 13 year old dog, Kendall and 4
outdoor cats (one of which joins us in the
evening to cuddle on the couch with Hershey
and Kendall). Our thanks goes to you who
rescued Hershey and Debbie,the foster parent
who cared for him so lovingly for 9 months!
The Stout Family
Issue 19
Page 5
Needs a "forever" home
Nascar is a Dachshund mix
about 2 years old.
He is a bit shy until he gets
to know you but then bonds
very quickly. He needs to be
the only dog in the household because he does get a
litde jealous.
He can not go in a home that
has small children because
of this.
Nascar needs a home with
someone who will have
patience and work with him.
Please e-mail us if you are
interested in Nascar.
VOLUNTEERS N E E D E D
As the HS CAR grows the opportunities for more events also grows. We are in need of
more volunteers to help with events, help at the kennels, teaching dogs to walk on a
leash or just playing and cuddling with the animals. If you have a passion for animals please consider volunteering, just think how a few hours a week of your time can
change an animals life forever.
If you would like to volunteer, call Karin at 704-701-5441
Help at Fundraisers
Clean Kennels
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Saturdays
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Walk dogs
Socialize dogs & cats
Play & Cuddle with animals
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Also need someone to run our "Pet
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B a n k
" - (e-mail us for details.)
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G R I E F SUPPORT
Silent Paws
HS CAR has established a Grief
Counsel & Support Group.
Hott Dogs Pet Grooming
Janet & Jim Goodman
If you need support or just someone
to talk to that understands your loss,
call us at 704-701-5441. Support
Group will also meet on the second
Tuesday of each month at 6:00pm at
590 Crestmont Drive in Concord, N C .
P E T PORTRAITS
3601 Hwy 73 E
Concord, NC. 28025
Pet Portraits by Visual Image N . C .
704-786-7387
Thank you for your support:
In Memory of Bee Malinoski:
Alan & Lea Rothberg
The $10.00 sitting fee is paid to HS
Cabarrus Animal Rescue and 5% of
sales is donated back to HS CAR.
E-mail us for your coupon.....
Photo packages start at $29.95.
Bill & Louise Martin
Bill Lowrance
Darlene & Ross Shotts
Jeanne Maglatly
Linda Roberts
Ralph & Karin Britt
James & Helen Hunt
VISUAL IMAGE N.C.
•• W
21 So Unwn Street. Concord. NC 28025
Concord, NC. 28025 wW
m
Photo Restoration
(in sack of the Cabarrus Creamery)
704-273*303
DVD Transfers
Art
PET PHOTOS
Framings Mating
tort
HS CABARRUS ANIMAL RESCUE
i P.O. Box 6076, Concord, NC. 28027
704-701-5441
Web-site: wwwcabarrusanimalrescue.org
E-mail: [email protected]
WITH THE COUPON
$10.00 sitting fee is paid to
HS Cabarrus Animal Rescue and
5% of sales is donated back to HS
CAR for the care of their animals,
(jwkjgesflirtil $29.95)
FAMILY PORTRAITS
Barefoot Oil of Concord
Family Portraits by Visual Image N.C.
For a $14.00 Coupon you receive a
lOx 13 family portrait. The $14.00 is
paid to HS Cabarrus Animal Rescue
and 5% of any additional sales is
donated back to HS CAR.
Carolina Oil of Concord
E-mail us for your coupon.
Anne Ridenhour
Iinda Fink
A.C. Widenhouse Inc.
Only one coupon per family.
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Pag
Bee at the Home and Garden Show
In Loving Memory of Mary "Bee" Malinoski
Bee had a passion for animals
and throughout her life time
contributed to saving thousands
of animals, giving them a
second chance in life.
A memorial celebration of
Bee's life will be held around
the end of April this year. The
details will be announced as
soon as possible. We hope you
will join us to pay tribute to a
great lady.
Bee at "ARF DAY" at the Concord Mills Mall
Mission Statement
HS CABARRUS ANIMAL RESCUE
The mission of HS CAR is to rescue
Mailing Address:
P. O. Box 6076
Concord, NC. 28027
Location:
590 Crestmont Drive
Concord, NC. 28025
homeless and surrendered pets and find
new homes for them.
Promote spaying/neutering of all pets.
Educate the public and promote good pet
ownership.
Monthly Meetings:
Email: [email protected]
Monthly meetings are held thefirstTuesday of each
month at the Senior Citizens Center, 331 Corban Ave,
Concord, NC starting at 6:30pm.
Phone # - 704-701-5441
This meeting is open to the public, please join us.
Fax#
- 704-436-2015
We're on the Web:
www.cabarrusanimalrescue.org
Spay and Neuter
Cabarrus Spay/Neuter Clinic
The HS Cabarrus Animal Rescue relies solely
on memberships, contributions and adoption
fees to care for our animals. Whatever you can
give is greatly appreciated.
Please select appropriate Membership category:
• Single-$20
• Couples - $30
• Household — $30 (12 years of age and up:
(voting privilege begins at age 18)
• Corporate--$50
413 Church Street
Concord, N C . 28025
704-784-6304
www.cabarrusspayneuter.org
Please consider a donation above your
membership amount. Thank you!
Amount $
• In honor of
• In memory of
If you have any stories or pictures you
would like to share mail to Carol Miller
HS Cabarrus Animal Rescue
P. O. Box 6076
Concord, N C . 28027
or email to [email protected]
If you would like to be on our e-mail list send
us your name and e-mail address.
Donation can be mailed to:
HS Cabarrus Animal Rescue
P. O. Box 6076, Concord, N C . 28027

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