This special page awards a "Golden Paw" to those that have gone out of their way to do something special for Operation PETS.
With their help we are one step closer to creating a world where there are no more homeless pets.
A VERY SPECIAL THANK YOU
A friend to the animals from Lackawanna donates a case of canned cat food to Operation PETS every month. Each patient receives a small meal after surgery and his cat food donations always seem to arrive just as we need it. A special THANK YOU to him for his kindness and thoughtfulness from our furry friends at Operation PETS. MEOW!!!!
On November 9, 2011 Operation PETS received an anonymous donation in memory of Edward B. Rozanski.
A "FOUR PAWS UP" THANK YOU FOR OUR NEW TV
It was our dream to have a TV mounted on the wall in our lobby for a video presentation of post-operative instructions each day and for spay/neuter education. We have 35-40 patients each day so our staff spends a lot of time going over discharge instructions.
As a small non-profit Operation PETS has so many needs and a TV was not something we could do at this time. So we put it on our Wish List and one day John Blette walked into Operation PETS. He and his family had looked at the Wish List on our website and saw we wanted a TV. John approached Linda Robinson, Executive Director, and said “I can help”. John and his nice friend took Linda shopping at BJ's for a brand new 32" TV.
Thank you to John and his family. It is so nice to know people like you understand our mission to provide a non-lethal solution to companion animal over-population. Your kindness and generosity is greatly appreciated by all of us at Operation PETS.
John (left) and his friend shopping for our new TV at BJ's.
Adam (our vet assistant) hangs the new TV on the wall in our lobby.
YOUR GENEROSITY MAKES A DIFFERENCE
Christine and Tom Rimbeck organized their friends and neighbors to collect "Wish List" donations for Operation PETS. Spaying and neutering saves lives! We are extremely grateful to everyone that made a donation and applaud their personal commitment to help us end companion animal overpopulation.
Christine & Tom present their donations to Linda Robinson, Executive Director
TAIL WAGGIN' THANKS TO LACKAWANNA GIRL SCOUTS
Girl Scout Troup #219 in the After School Program at Martin Road Elementary School in Lackawanna, NY collected dog and cat items for Operation PETS. They also made picture frames and goodie bags for their furry friends. This was a community service project for the Girl Scouts under the direction of Helen Marsillo and Belinda Randloph. Thank you, girls, for your hard work and dedication. We are extremely grateful to you for acknowledging the importance of spaying and neutering to prevent stray, abandoned, and unwanted companion animals. Your donations mean we're one step closer to creating a world where there are no more homeless pets.
Girl Scout Troup #219 with the pet food, treats, toys, blankets,
Goodie Bags and much more that they collected for Operation PETS.
Posters designed by Girl Scout Troop #219 promoting spay/neuter.