Friday, August 6, 2021

Stefan Murdock's Manager Presents donation

 Murdock's selected Edwards Foundation for a very generous donation.  Stefan from the Parker store came in person to present our check.  Many volunteers and animals were around to say Thank You!!!

Fond Farewell to Fudgie


This dear little dog came to us with a dozen others from Pueblo.  He was rescued from a group of people that use small dogs to frenzy Dogs before a fight.  He came here June 20th 2006 and was several years old.  He was overweight and scared.  A dozen of these little guys were placed with good adoptive owners  Fudgie remained here.  On one of his adventures, his eye was dislodged.  Dr. Dale Rice from Three Peaks Veterinary was able to put his eye back in and he kept his vision.  Today Fudgie was released to travel over the Rainbow bridge where he can run and play in green grass under clear blue skies.  Thanks to all who helped with his care over the years and to those who took care of him and eased him on his journey today!

Tuesday, August 3, 2021

Wonderful Eagle Scout Project

              Camden with eagle scout troop 127 helped build a play area for the goats in their pen. Camden did a wonderful job of planning this project with the right materials and entertainment for the goats. Not only did he create a wonderful play place, he also made a shelter to keep the goats food dry. After the total cost for materials came in under budget, he donated the remainder of the money to the Edwards Foundation for our animals.

                                   This is a young man with a goat on the new play structure.
                                     The finished product is a wonderful structure for the goats.
The young men are putting finishing touches on their project.

                                         The young men are trying to get the goats to try it out.
                                         This is the group that helped put in this wonderful structure.

                                           This is them starting off their project for our goats.