has been a strong supporter of
RCHS for many
productive years. They have generously donated
merchandise and money to help keep our animals healthy
and happy, and have offered our animals the shelter and
safety of their store while waiting to find new homes. They offer discounts on
pet food to new adoptive parents of our animals, and they are strong
for the spaying and neutering of dogs and cats.
Visit their web page to check out their friendly (and
furry!) staff members. Read
page which highlights the value of education, pet adoptions, recycling,
and ethical pet sales practices, and you'll understand why we so value their
in Topeka has been sheltering our adoptable
cats since 2003. Throughout the country, PetSmart
actively pursues grant
funding opportunities to
improve the quality of life for all companion
animals. They fund many low-cost
spay/neuter and trap/neuter/return programs to reduce the number of homeless
animals and to secure a lifelong, loving home for every pet.
House Calls Pet Grooming owner, Kathy Aguilar, donated her time at
Mutt Fest on Saturday, January 29th. She attended the event all day and clipped
local pets nails with a $3 donation to the Riley County Humane Society. We had a
great success with this and made many pets more comfortable by getting their
nails trimmed. Kathy just started her business in Manhattan, KS but, has previous
experience grooming animals. Please be sure to thank her for her recent support of
RCHS. For more information about House Calls Pet Grooming and the services they
offer, please contact Kathy at 785-410-8992.
The Audio Junction generously provides RCHS with
hosted server space. Their contribution allows
RCHS office volunteers to work as a team even though we're miles apart.
Have your seen the new RCHS banner? JS Sign both
designed and donated the materials and production
costs for our beautiful new 4' x 8' banner just in time
for the St. Patrick's Day Celebration in Manhattan.
We're so grateful to all our community supporters. Thank you JS Sign!
Weary Family Foundation The Weary Family Foundation has provided us a very
generous grant to assist with all the miscellaneous expenses that come up during the year. It is difficult to