Reservations Due For Upcoming Ross Grange Meeting By Dec. 7
Brian Papalia shared information about the Southern Chautauqua County Humane Society at the Nov. 23 meeting of Ross Grange.
He has worked there for three and a half years and enjoys the animals. Due to the coronavirus they must do things differently.
They have about 80 adoptions a month and are looking for foster homes for dogs and cats. He explained how they handle feral cats. One of the most interesting animals they have had was “Pork Chop” a pot bellied pig. It found a home in Westchester County.
They accept pet food and money donations to help with the costs. Second Chance used clothing store helps with expenses. Ross Grange gave a monetary donation to help.
Betty Wakefield served lunch before the meeting. Minutes of the previous meeting were accepted. Letters of thanks for Veterans Day cards were received from Veteran Medicals Centers in Erie and Buffalo.
Items for Toys for Tots were on display and will be taken for distribution. A catered Christmas lunch will be held at the Falcon’s Nest at 1 p.m. Dec. 14. Those attending should bring a Christmas item to share a story for the program. A cookie exchange will be held for those who wish. Those participating should bring two and a half dozen of their choice.
Those who plan to attend need to make a reservation with Opal Sprague by Monday.