St. Mary's County Times December 07, 2017 - Page 12

12 In Our Community The County Times Cat of the Week MEET KAYLA My name is Kayla. I was born in 2012. I was rescued by Feral Cat Rescue when I was a kitten. I was adopted out and just recently re- turned. I was returned because my adopter works far from home and is gone fi ve days a week and was leav- ing me alone. She knew this was not a good thing for me so she returned me to Feral Cat Rescue. I am incred- ibly affectionate. I bump my head on my foster mom’s chin to show her that I love her. I will crawl on her and put my paws on either side of her head to give her a hug. I purr a lot and my fur is amazingly soft. I love to sleep with her and cuddle in her arms. You will just love me I am sure. You could consider foster- ing to adopt me and see how sweet I am. You can meet me at the Petco in California on Saturdays and Sun- days from 10:30 to 3. You can fi ll out an application and email to diane@ feralcatrescuemd.org. PLEASE CONTACT FERAL CAT RESCUE IF YOU KNOW OF COMMUNITY CATS THAT NEED TO BE SPAYED AND NEU- TERED. You have heard “ Spay and Neuter your Pets” Let’s Spay and Neuter all Cats! Pet of the Week MEET BUBBA Hi there, my name is Bubba and my CHRISTMAS WISH is a Home 4 the Holidays! I’m a seri- ously SWEET boy who loves people, I’m GREAT with children, and live to play with lasers! I’m already neutered and ready to go home with my new family! And it gets even better! During Decem- ber TCAS is running the Home 4 the Holidays promotion. Adopt a cat for only $10! PLEASE CHOOSE ME!!! And remember, if there is room in the heart, there is room in the house! Come meet me and the wonderful gang at Tri-County Animal Shelter (6707 Animal Shelter Road, Hughesville) or call 301-932- 1713 for more information. To see more of my awesome friends available for adoption, “like” us on Facebook @ Tri-County Animal Shelter Southern MD. Thursday, December 7, 2017 Annual Delta Waterfowl Fundraiser Dinner Hundreds of sportsmen and sportswomen attended the annual Delta Waterfowl fundraiser dinner at the Mechanicsville Volunteer Fire Department Dec. 2 to support the group’s mission of preserving waterfowl and hunting lands for future generations. Attendees bid on all kinds of auctions items from hunting shotguns and equipment to wildlife art to sup- port the organization. Ladies Auxiliary Donates to Veterans Home Ladies Auxiliary Fleet Reserve Associ- ation (LA FRA) Unit 93 annual donation to Charlotte Hall Veterans Home (CHVH) again this year included an annual Net- Flix account, 10 dolls for Doll Therapy program, 12 blankets for the dolls, $200 cash for Bingo prizes and a certifi cate for an outing to Tuba Christmas concert fol- lowed by dinner at Cracker Barrel covered by the Unit. Pictured making the presenta- tion are left to right, Karen Brobst, Secre- tary/Treasurer, Tammy Cannon, Board of Directors (BOD), Ashley Radano, Direc- tor of Donations CHVH, Marylou Sieben- kas, BOD and Shirl Vatter, Unit President. From Shirley Vatter, LA FRA Unit 93 President