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Our Pets of the Month for January are

Elana” & “Cheddar” & “Joey & “Wanda

Photo:  portrait of Elana the cat.
Photo:  Portrait of Cheddar the cat.
Photo:  portrait of Joey the cat.

 

Our foster homes are currently full and for now, we cannot take in more animals.

JCHS and the Coralville Animal Clinic are winding down our 22-year fostercare relationship. Throughout these years, Dr. Cowles and his Clinic staff have provided free “room and board” for JCHS animals waiting for space to open up in a foster home.

Dr. Cowles has recently retired and the Clinic has been sold. The new owner's insurance company has deemed that having us there (JCHS humans and our animals) is an impractical liability.

The four cats pictured above are at the Clinic and need homes. February 16 (M) will be our last day at the Clinic so, we want to place Elana, Cheddar, Joey, and Wanda as soon as possible.

 

Upcoming Events

February 9 (M)JCHS Meeting 7pm, Old Chicago, 75 2nd St, Coralville, IA.

Did You Know

You may qualify for spay/neuter financial assistance if you reside in Johnson County.

 

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Last update: 01/2515

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JCHS   P.O. BOX 2775   IOWA CITY, IA  52244-2775


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