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Author Archives: Becky Tegze
Dear Friends, Adopters, Volunteers, and Supporters, During this time of year, in between all the running around and rushing from one party to another, we also take time to reflect on the importance of friends and family. For most of … Continue reading
Dear Santa, Hard to believe almost a whole year has gone by since I last wrote you! First off, I want to thank you again for sending me a new basketball! How did you know that is my favorite toy? … Continue reading
Updated posting as of August 13, 2017: DONATE NOW TO HELP FRIDAY! Thanks to you, your generous donation is helping Friday, the cat, heal from an acute strain of pneumonia. He spent about a week at Flannery Animal Hospital in … Continue reading
Written by: Cindy O’Brien, Barn Manager In the rescue world, you never know when you will get a call that will change an animal’s world forever. In Sept 2015, Pet’s Alive received a call from a concerned citizen, about an … Continue reading
An update as of Tuesday, April 11, 2017 Will’s adopters just sent a message about Will – he’s doing fantastic! “Will wants to let everyone know he’s doing amazing and can’t thank you enough for all the love and support … Continue reading
Dear Friends, Adopters, Volunteers and Supporters, During this time of year in between all the running around and rushing from one party to another, we also take time to reflect on the importance of friends and family. For most of … Continue reading
Dear Santa, My name is Cam and Ms. Becky is helping me write this letter to you. I’ve lived here at Pets Alive for over 10 years and I’m not sure if you know where to find me. Just to … Continue reading
Written by: Becky Tegze, Executive Director The right place. The right time. The right vet (thank you Dr. Joe!). The end of what we can only imagine was a long, hard and painful journey. Just like Sacagawea endured many hardships … Continue reading
Written by Becky Lyn Tegze, Executive Director As rescuers, every day we encounter situations that push our limits as human beings. Some days, our hearts break, we cry as if they were our own, and we rescue. Other days, our … Continue reading