HAPPY TAILS REALLY DO COME TRUE – Queen Iommi.

IommiLooking at Iommi’s photo, she looks like a confident Queen.  But that was not always the case.  When Iommi first came to the shelter, she was very frightened.  Everything scared her.  She was often uncomfortable around people, especially men.  When walking by her kennel she would crouch down and back into the wall.  At times she would act aggressively out of fear.  Over her time spent at the shelter, with the trusting hands of our staff and volunteers, she slowly gained confidence.  We learned she loved play dates with other dogs and she was a kind, gentle dog, that was very intelligent.  Then her fairy tale family came to adopt her…

I adopted Iommi from the PEI Humane Society, about 2 months ago. My daughter and I have wanted a dog for a very long time, a German Shepard at that. So when I found out there was a Shepard at the Shelter, I had to go and meet her right away. It was love at first sight. She did have a bit of anxiety at first, which is to be expected when moving into a new home with new people, but it didn’t take her long at all to settle in. Iommi has brought so much joy to me and my daughter’s life. She has an adventurous soul, just like us, and we do a lot of exploring together, frolicking through fields, nature trails and beaches, she absolutely loves to Swim, dig in the sand and play catch with a ball or frisbee.

Make a donation today to help other animals find their special home!


 

7th annual Art For Animals Fundraiser hosted by ColourBlind 

Owl 2017This is an effort to raise money and awareness for the PEI Humane Society and Cat Action Team, acknowledging the hard work these not for profit organizations do year-round.

Prizes this year include one of two $100 ColourBlind gift certificates or a chance to win an original Heather Millar 36×36 inch oil painting on canvas of an owl.  Feel free to visit ColourBlind at 58 Queen Street to view the painting in person, or online via Instagram at colourblindboutique.

Please come out and show your support for such a worthy (and furry) cause!  Tickets are $5 each or five for $20 and all proceeds will go towards the PEI Humane Society and Cat Action Team.  Tickets may be purchased online, at ColourBlind, located at 58 Queen Street and the PEI Humane Society at 309 Sherwood Rd with the draw to take place Wednesday, December 20th.

Order Pat’s Plum Pudding today in support of PEIHS & CLIA

pats-plum-puddingsHandmade from a traditional family recipe, Pat Robinson’s famous plum pudding is so good, you can almost taste the love! These puddings are vegetarian-friendly, low in fat and low in sugar – talk about a guilt-free treat!

At just $15 each, these puddings are the perfect way to end a holiday meal and make excellent last-minute gifts to keep on hand in the freezer.

To place an order or to get further information, please call:

(902) 566-4388 or send an email to: plumpudding@eastlink.ca with your name, contact number and the number of puddings you’d like to order.

PLEASE NOTE:  Puddings will be available for pick-up at the P.E.I. Humane Society between the dates of December 01-15.  Cash or cheque preferred.

Plum Pudding sales have raised close to $20,000 for animals in need over the years.

Thank you Pat for all of your incredible baking!