Monday, November 17, 2014
Friday, November 14, 2014
Grey the tabby is always excited to welcome visitors here at the Edwards Foundation! If you're waiting in your car, he might just hop on to get your attention. Our cats here in the Edwards Foundation love to be loved, won't you come say hi?
Also! Please remember to check under your car for any stray cats in this cold winter. Many strays enjoy the heat of an engine, but it can turn into a disaster once the car turns on. Please take a few extra seconds to tap on your hood and check for strays! It could save a life.
Thursday, November 13, 2014
On this cold day Care and Community Volunteers Chance, Clay and Jeremy helped Mike and Lisa load up all the beautiful Perennials into the truck while trying to stay warm. Perennials need to be well watered and cared for throughout the winter to ensure gorgeous blooming in the spring. Thank you Tagawa.
These Little Scouts and Family paid a visit to us to meet the animals. Grace our volunteer helped to give them some safety pointers around the animals.
Our volunteers Ken gave the girls some pointers about greasing the ancient manure spreader. Ken made a special visit for the girls prior to his departure for Singapore.
Volunteer Mike is talking to the scouts about our beautiful Zebu Molly.
The girls jump right in and help to shovel around the barn.
Volunteers Neil and Linda answered question about all the animals here at Edwards while the goats enjoy some pumpkins.
Everyone gathered around while Ken and Mike gave the goats manicures.
Edwards is very grateful for the Brownie and Daisy Scouts for coming out and all their help. The animals are also very happy and full for their generous donation of 6 bails of hay. Hopefully we will all see them again soon. Thank You!
Saturday, November 8, 2014
Lots fg girls. Lots of animals. Wonderful day! They were all good help. The animals enjoyed all the wonderful attention.
Friday, November 7, 2014
Tuesday, November 4, 2014
Lisa and Jeremy from Care and Community come to help us.
out. Fast Eddy the goat is first for the treats, of course!
Chuck will be missed.
Monday, November 3, 2014
These two lucky kittens are the product of a team effort. A young man who works at a McDonald is homeless and living in his car when not working. He parked his car near a vacant house he rescued three kittens but could not get the fourth one or the mother. his friend Sabrina took them in and called Kris, who has been a volunteer here. Due to ill health Kris could not keep them, so she placed them with Susan. Susan found a home for the small gray kitten. but because of bad cat allergies, could not keep them, and brought them here. So glad that all least 3 of these little kittens made it into the warm before the snow came. Come love on them!