In special recognition of some of the animals and people who have stepped into our lives and changed them for the better.
This donation is made in honor or Zadee.
This donation is made by the Colville Valley Outsiders car club. These monies were raised at our annual Christmas party.
This donation was made in honor of Missy our beautiful girl we adopted in June from the sanctuary.
~by Darlene Clarke
This donation was made in honor of my dear friend, Lynda Wrigley, the best pet care giver ever!!
~by Bill Weppner
This donation was made in honor of my grandparents Bob and Conny Ziegler who have loved and cared for so many animals..
~by Victoria James
This donation was made in honor of Pat Lindquist for Christmas.
~by Kristin Fontaine
This donation is made in honor of all the folks at CVAS that made it possible for us to adopt Daisy last July. She had been shot for chasing chickens (HELLO? Cockers ARE bird dogs aren't they?) We love her so much and she loves us too and we know she is so happy in her forever home.
This donation is made in honor of my cat Brian who was rescued by Nancy a couple years ago. He's a fantastic, healthy cat, and I appreciate all of the work you did to ensure that he would have a long and happy life.
This donation was made in honor of Pepper, to help pay for her eye surgery.
This donation was made in honor of Hope and Braveheart, two very special kitties.
This donation was made in honor of Dr. Laura Talaga's 30th birthday!!
These donations were made in honor of Kerry Padua and Alex Charpentier who married March 17, 2014 . They requested that wedding guests make a donation to our shelter in lieu of gifts for themselves.
These donations were made by the members of FOB in honor of Barbaro. "Barbaro was an American thoroughbred racehorse who decisively won the 2006 Kentucky Derby, but shattered his leg two weeks later in the 2006 Preakness Stakes, ending his racing career and eventually leading to his death."
FOB stands for Fans of Barbaro. A group of animals lovers who came together online to follow Barbaro's recuperation process after breaking down in the 2006 Preakness, they stayed together even after he was euthanized in January 2007. They work in many ways to save the lives of dogs, cats, horses, and all animals. Many are active politically to increase awareness and encourage lawmakers to pass animal protection laws, ban horse slaughter, stop dog fighting, etc.
FOB members participate in a monthly effort to raise donations for "brick and mortar" rescues. Picking from names of rescues submitted by their members, one rescue is drawn each month. CVAS is honored to have been chosen as FOB's February recipient.
This donation is in honor of Jeanie and Joel Shank.~ By Carolan Overton
This donation is in honor of Cathy & Irv Schick.
This donation is in honor of Christine Semple.
This donation is made in honor of the Durnell Family who volunteer their time fostering and caring for the many homeless and neglected animals of Stevens County.
This donation is in honor of Pat Lindquist
This donation is in honor of Power Breed Rescue, Palouse Pit Bull Project & Burt and Tasey Search and Rescue pit bulls.
This is a tribute donation for my cat Brian. On June 22, 2012 on Old Arden Highway, Nancy trapped a male orange tabby who was described as "scared but friendly" on his intake paperwork. He went to HPAC in Woodinville, and I adopted him. I've had Brian for more than a year, and he is loving and fun and very happy. I know you have incredibly hard jobs with too many sad stories & too few resources. I hope this donation helps. P.S. A special thank you to Nancy for saving Brian!
This donation is made in honor of Anakin, my colony kitten. I found him as a kitten when I was living in an apartment complex in Kettle Falls. My landlady and I would feed a colony of cats that lived there (and would try and spay and neuter them a few at a time when we could) and he was the runt of the litter. He had one really bad infected eye, so we decided to help him. I scooped him up, gave him a few flea baths and my landlady took him to the vet to get his eye treated and get him neutered. We were going to put him up for adoption at the Flour Mill and he was there for a few days, but nobody took him. So I did! :-) As you can see, his eye is all better and he grew up to be one beautiful boy!
~ by Tani Randolff
This donation is made in honor of Nancy Rose and her dedication to every animal she has contact with! Thank you Nancy and all the other wonderful volunteers of CVAS!
~ by Jenna & Jeremy Tracy
This donation is made in honor of Marco. Marco is the wonderful dog I adopted from CVAS in July, 2011. He was an 11-month old Blue Heeler cross that the Sanctuary called Buddy. A very bouncy boy, as soon as we were introduced he said, "Take me! Take me!" So I did. He is now 2-1/2, and a little more mellow (just a little), but still totally in love with life. We go on two walks a day of at least a mile each, and he would like more. You'll see I'm a crutch user, so how in the world do I take Marco on long walks? With a rugged mobility scooter to which I have attached a retractable leash. It hooks on Marco's harness on top of his shoulders so doesn't choke him and doesn't get tangled under his legs. Unless he's being narky. Oh, and yes, this scooter can even handle up to 4 or 5 inches of snow.
~ by Elinor Young