Maggie and Gilly have been adopted! After six months in a shelter, it came to be that the same people who first discovered Maggie and her canine companion, Gilly, back in October, returned for Maggie. Never forgotten and watching from afar, life conditions became such that they could bring her home with them. Gilly was adopted about two weeks earlier, and now goes by the name of "Pepper." While we had initially hoped for them to be adopted together, Gilly/Pepper has been doing great with her family, and Maggie was clearly ready to go home with her first rescuer. We are so grateful that the Ivins Shelter could care for Maggie all this time. They brought her a long way in learning to appreciate things like leashes and traveling in a car. Love has come full circle. Hopefully, we’ll have some pictures of Gilly/Pepper to share.
Every spring, the Town of Springdale, ZAL, and the Zion Vet Clinic host a vaccination clinic. This year, there were 41 dogs and 3 cats who received vaccinations, microchips, and got licensed with the Town.
2/14: Digadee spent Valentine’s in the shelter, but he got to home the next day.
2/20: Rusty the Chihuahua was only missing a short time and was returned to his owner.
4/16: Lucky is new to town, and has discovered how to escape from his yard. Lucky for Lucky, Officer Ballard, with the help of a stealthy civilian, got him back home.
Calvin, a caffe-latte colored 3-yr-old neutered male with amber eyes was last seen in his yard on April 13. He lives on Big Springs Rd., and was expected to be home long before now. He likes to visit his old neighborhood in Red Hawk, but with all the construction, he may have become lost. Please keep an eye out for him. Call Dave Tate at 435-76-9163 if you see him.
Donations help to ensure that the lost and abandoned animals of our canyon communities are given the best care until they can be fostered, adopted, or relocated to long-term care, no-kill facilities. This includes vaccinations, spay and neutering, and other medical expenses that may arise during their stay. One hundred percent of your donation goes to the animals, as we are an all-volunteer organization.
Zion Animal Lovers (ZAL) is a 501(c)3 registered nonprofit. Tax ID# 74-3188936
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