Kids & Pets
August 19, 2019

Mark your calendars-Support Bark After Dark

Mark your calendars now for Sat., Nov. 2 for the Animal Shelter League’s (ASL) annual fundraiser Bark After Dark.  It gets better each year and our goal gets higher too.  Help us raise $50,000 for the animals right here in our community.  With your assistance, we can do it!

 
More Stories
>> Saving Hopps becomes a job >> To be a senior cat during the summer is the pits >> Summer camp review >> Dog fights – often more bark than bite >> Summer hazards for pets >> Odd couples and unusual friends >> Sonoma County Vegfest – learn about a plant-based diet >> Belated Happy Mother’s Day >> RP Animal Shelter has a rodent nursery >> All the pieces in place >> Cautions for your pet on the 4th of July >> Long distance adoptions >> Bark After Dark benefit a great success >> Richard Crane- Cougar Cub Character Assembly for May 20 >> Hahn Elementary-Life skill recipients for May >> Black is beautiful! >> Spring is turtle season? >> Thomas Page Academy awards for May >> Monte Vista Elementary Student Builders-2018 >> Why nice animals sit >> We appreciate our volunteers >> John Reed Elementary-Positive behavior winners for April 30 >> You love pets? Quality vs. quantity >> Bark after Dark is coming Nov. 3 >> John Reed Elementary Positive Office Referral recipients >> Fires, floods, mudslides oh my! >> Monte Vista-Student builders for April 2 >> Monte Vista Elementary received recognition of being safe >> Monte Vista-Award winners for May 7 >> Monte Vista School Student Builders for October 2 >> Rancho Cotate High School Recognition of Curiosity for the month of October >> Monte Vista Elementary-Student builders for March 5 >> Richard Crane-Cougar Cub Character Assembly for April 1 >> Penngrove Elementary-Life skills for April 10 >> Inside or out – the debate continues >> Hahn Elementary School >> Monte Vista Walk-a-thon >> The Richard Crane School Cougar Cub Character Assembly students November 5 >> Planning for our pets >> Penngrove Elementary- Life skills for Feb. 27 >> RCHS seniors sign commitment >> University Elementary-Life Skill Award for Perseverance for the month of April >> Summer fun for animal lovers >> Hahn Elementary-Lifeskill recipients for the month of April >> John Reed Elementary School >> A beloved dog, a stolen car and...a happy ending >> Broken legs in cats very costly >> Furry fire victims >> John Reed Elementary- Honor roll >> 2018-pets in review >> Finding strays out of Sonoma County >> A visit to Thomas Page Academy >> Leoni wins speaker contest >> Bunny fur ban bill >> The Richard Crane School Cougar Cub Character Assembly April 29 >> Penngrove Elementary School >> A lifetime commitment >> Hahn Elementary Life skills awards - October, 2018 >> Are you ready for Thanksgiving? >> John Reed Elementary- Positive behavior for Dec. 12 >> Monte Vista School-second grade celebrates the holidays >> The Richard Crane School Cougar Cub Character Assembly- Jan. 14 >> Hahn Elementary-Life skills for November >> Dictionary mania >> It’s spring and kittens are popping >> The truth about no-kill, does not mean zero deaths >> Thomas Page STEAM Club >> Young kittens are lots of work >> RCHS awards for Kindness the month of October >> Penngrove Elementary Life skills awards- Oct. 24 >> Helping out in Paradise >> “Mary did you know?” >> Monte Vista Elementary- Student builders for Dec. 18 >> Your help is needed when we offer generous programs >> John Reed Elementary-Positive Behavior winners for January >> Tale of Cooper >> Penngrove Elementary - Life skill awards for Feb. 20 >> Want something cuddly, attend the Bunfest 2019 >> John Reed-Positive behavior winners for March 26 >> Disaster preparedness for our pets >> CPI offers support >> University Elementary School >> Rohnert Park tree lighting ceremony >> Long-term residents need a home >> University Elementary School -Life skill award for responsibility >> The Richard Crane School Cougar Cub Character Assembly- Dec. 10 >> Penngrove Elementary School-Life skills >> A Happy reunion >> Monte Vista-Student builders for Feb. 19 >> Obese pets are not cute >> Monte Vista Elementary-Being responsible >> Hahn Elementary-Lifeskills for the month of March >> Monte Vista School Sept. 18 >> Free-roaming cats – is it safe >> Living with multiple pets >> Monte Vista School Student Builders for Dec. 4 >> Holiday happiness and mishaps >> Penngrove Elementary-Life skills for Dec. 12 >> Monte Vista Elementary- Student Builders for Jan. 8 >> Monte Vista Elementary School - Student builders for Jan. 22 >> Penngrove Elementary-Life skills for Feb. 6 >> Penngrove Elementary-Life skills for Feb. 13 >> John Reed Elementary-Positive behavior winners for Feb. 26 >> Rancho Cotate High School-Students of the month for Feb. and March >> Richard Crane School for Sept. 17 >> Penngrove School - For the life skills of gratefulness >> Thomas Page Middle School - Principal honor roll >> Penngrove Elementary >> TSA selecting more floppy-eared dogs >> University Elementary - Creativity Life skill awards for Jan >> Silver Paws times two >> University Elementary-Feb. Life skill awards for Creativity >> Hahn Elementary Life skills for the month of Feb. >>  2019 World’s ugliest dog® contest >> University Elementary for September >> Rancho Cotate High School Students for the month of Nov. >> Thomas Page Elementary School - Lifeskill awards >> Prepare pets for better grooming visits >> Rohnert Park municipal code update >> Rancho Cotate High School Achievement award for January >> Richard Crane Elementary Cougar Cub Character Expectation award winners for the week of Feb. 25 >> Penngrove Elementary for Sept. 12 >> Hahn Elementary School - Life skills for Nov. 2018 >> Girls, it is time to make changes and be empowered >> Monte Vista Elementary-Student builders for Feb. >> Visiting Cape Town SPCA >> John Reed School Positive behavior winners for Nov. 27 >> Thomas Page Academy Respect, Integrity, Service and Endurance awards >> Step up your kids’ STEM skills >> Taking work on vacation >> John Reed Elementary- Positive behavior winners for Jan. 22. >> Monte Vista Elementary-Student Builders for Sept 4 >> Penngrove School Lifeskill award for Sept. 5 >> Penngrove Elementary - Lifeskill Award for Aug. 31 >> Teacher Amy Miller is wrapped up >> Some assembly required: Putting together the pieces of your rescue pet >> University Elementary School life skill awards for the month of August >> Penngrove Elementary Lifeskill winners for the week of Aug. 22 >> John Reed positive behavior winners for Aug. 28 >> Happy Birthday >> Small dog syndrome: When predators are also prey >> Richard Crane School walk-a-thon >> Hope unleashed for pets with cancer >> Penngrove School Aug. 8 >> Richard Crane School Cougar Cub Character Assembly students for Aug. 20 >> Penngrove School for Aug. 15 >> Penngrove Elementary Lifeskill award winners for Aug. 1 >> Rescuing Pitbulls: When myths affect reality >> Try attending Sonoma County VegFest Aug. 18 >> “Stuff the truck” >> Time to get immunized before school starts >> 5 tips for bringing your pet to work this summer >> School bus safety 101 >> Living with a 3-legged dog is not easy >> Can we can clear the shelter?

Saving Hopps becomes a job

Poor Hopps, a 3-4-month pit/lab-x puppy, came to us a couple weeks ago after he was found stray and had been presumably hit by a car.  Unable to stand he still wagged his tail and licked our hands.

To be a senior cat during the summer is the pits

Woe to the senior cat that finds him/herself in an animal shelter during the summer!  Not only do you have the double whammy of losing your home and your family as well as your routine – and we all know how much cats love routines – but you have to compete with kitten cuteness for the available adoption homes.  Talk about life being unfair!  Here are some of our special golden oldies – they deserve at least to be in the spotlight for a bit.