Times Spent Outdoors: Priceless!

Lost Our Home Lists How We Can Help

There are so many ways, including fostering, donating food and supplies, and, of course, volunteering.

Can You Help With Any Of These?

• Early Morning Walkers: AM walkers needed from 6:30AM-8:30AM to walk the dogs before the pavement becomes too hot!

• Front Desk Help: Our staff desperately needs consistent front desk help! This would involve greeting and directing potential pet parents, answering questions, answering phones, listening to voicemail, data entry, and more!

• Adoption Counselors: Do you have a passion for helping our animals find their furever homes? We are in need of volunteer adoption counselors to assist in this process! (Must have 25+ volunteer service hours.) 

• Mentor Volunteers: Mentors are go-to's for new volunteers and train new volunteers in Bronze or Silver Training. (Must have 25+ service hours.)

• Administrative Help: I have various administrative projects for those of you who would prefer to stay "behind the scenes!"

Please email me at emily@lostourhome.org if you are interested in being trained in any of the above.

Openings For Cat Lovers At PetSmarts

Do you love cats? Are you looking to expand your volunteer experience? Well, look no further! We have volunteer openings at the Ahwatukee PetSmart AND the Priest and Elliot PetSmart in the cat rooms. There are several shifts available both during the week and on the weekends. We need volunteers seven days a week to ensure we give our cats the attention and love they need! Shifts are only two hours. Of course, you can always stay longer... ;)

Responsibilities include cleaning cat condos, feeding, talking to potential customers and socializing the cats and kittens. What better way to help us find homes for our amazing cats and kittens? If you are interested or have any questions, please contact Lisa Dwyer at turbolisa1@cox.net for the Ahwatukee store or Florine Anchordoguy at fanchordog@cox.net for the Priest and Elliot store. Thank you!

For those of you new to animal rescue, kitten season is the time of year when cats give birth, flooding animal shelters and rescue groups across the nation with homeless litters. Kitten season is really three seasons in one, starting in spring, peaking in late spring or early summer, and ending in fall. Please email me at emily@lostourhome.org if you are interested in fostering! 

Our Kittens Need These, Please

1) KMR Kitten Milk Replacer

2) KMR Kitten Weaning Food

3) Heating Pads

4) Canned Kitten Food

5) Peanut Butter (for stuffing Kongs)

6) Broth (for making "pupsicles")

And, Please Remember For All The Furkids

The triple digits are here, so, in addition to keeping an eye on the temperature (dogs can't be walked over 85 degrees), we want you to remember to keep yourself cool and hydrated as well.


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