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Fetch Auction Fetches Funds for Four-Legged Friends
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Mountain Humane, located in Croy Canyon west of Hailey, is back in the business of adopting out dogs, cats and even bunnies.
   
Wednesday, July 29, 2020
 

BY KAREN BOSSICK

Want to make a difference in the life of a homeless dog or cat?

Fetch—Mountain Humane’s online auction—runs through 6 p.m. Thursday, July 30.

There are a variety of fabulous items to bid on with every dollar going to help dogs and cats like Apache, a border collie/Akbash mix, find a better life in a forever home.

Of course, donors can make a gift, as well.

Auction items include a red fat tire electric tricycle complete with backrest, rear baskets and mud flaps; a rare, most coveted Paddy Van Winkle Family Reserve 15-year-old Kentucky Bourbon Whiskey donated by a collector; a Clara Williams necklace with gunmetal accents, an Arizona turquoise nugget and magnetic CWC centerpieces; GoGo Crossbody tote by Cindy Kirk Designs and Obermeyer Men’s red down jacket.

Other items include a Kim Howard pet portrait, Dandelion Italian scarf from Haute, Ore Wagon birdhouse, private golf lessons at the Valley Club, Nordic ski lesson and BCRD pass and Sun Valley Resort ski pass.

To see the auction items, go to www.fetch2020.ggo.bid.

Blaine County's stray and homeless animals have found a place at Mountain Humane, or what used to be known as the Animal Shelter of the Wood River Valley since 1972. The animal welfare campus provides them with medical care, dog walks in Croy Canyon, kitty toys, cozy beds and attentive volunteers and staff who prepare each for adoption.

The shelter also offers training classes, adoption consultations and a free spay/neuter program. Its Paws for Life program provides pet food and transportation to and from the shelter for medical care for families who might otherwise have to surrender a pet. To pick up food, call 208-788-4351.

DID YOU KNOW?

The Barkin’ thrift store, which supports Mountain Humane, is having one of its most successful summers ever thanks to the donations of home good, clothing and sporting equipment gathered from donors who cleaned out their closets and garages while sheltering in place.

 

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