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COVID-19 Adoption Precautions

SCARS is doing its part to limit the spread of COVID-19 to protect the public and our volunteers. The good news is that we are still able to complete adoptions. COVID-19 is impacting how we conduct the adoption process, but you can still apply to adopt pets! We

COVID-19 Adoption Precautions2020-12-09T19:05:54-07:00

Family BBQ Fundraiser for SCARS!

We are grateful that these kind people decided to raise money for SCARS as part of their annual, August BBQ celebration with family and friends! Tim Tymchuk shared their story…. When we first started planning Meat Day 2020 (our 10th Anniversary), the plan was to go big or

Family BBQ Fundraiser for SCARS!2020-11-22T16:51:15-07:00

We want to THANK YOU!!!

*We want to THANK YOU* We understand the demand is high for intakes, and we understand the extreme need for donations is critical yet our supporters and volunteers are still in our corner! Here is a thank you from our Essential Workers to your Essential Workers. Even through

We want to THANK YOU!!!2020-09-20T14:23:13-06:00

Apply to join the SCARS’ board of directors!

Second Chance Animal Rescue Society (SCARS) Board of Directors has a vacant Director-at-Large position. If you are committed to the SCARS mandate, have board experience and/or extensive committee experience, can work collaboratively, attend monthly meetings and be responsible for tasks outside board meetings, SCARS would like to hear

Apply to join the SCARS’ board of directors!2020-07-31T07:27:06-06:00

Volunteer profile: Elizyah

Meet Elizyah!  I started with SCARS October 2019. Since finishing my BBA Degree in April, I had a ton of free time and wasn’t sure what to do with it. I came across a post about becoming a SCARS volunteer and I thought what a wonderful way to

Volunteer profile: Elizyah2020-08-09T08:24:35-06:00

Volunteer profile: Trish

Meet Trish! Trish started volunteering with SCARS in 2015. She currently helps coordinate the Walls 4 Winter Program. This program provides insulated pet shelters and straw to residents in rural communities that otherwise would not be able to provide warm shelter for their pets. The program also includes

Volunteer profile: Trish2020-08-09T08:19:24-06:00

Volunteer profile: Heather

Meet Heather! "There is nothing more rewarding than watching the shy, shut down, sick or injured animals come out of their shells, transform in front of your eyes and move on to find their happy endings."  Heather started volunteering as a handler at SCARS events. She then began

Volunteer profile: Heather2020-08-09T08:23:40-06:00

Volunteer profile: Crystal

Meet Crystal, a foster home and foster home supervisor! Also known as the crazy cat lady on call, as it is not unusual to find a large number of cats and kittens at her place temporarily until they are able to be placed in other foster homes. When asked

Volunteer profile: Crystal2020-08-09T08:23:10-06:00

Volunteer profile: Jill

Meet Jill. It is hard to even begin to think about the impact Jill has had on SCARS in such a short amount of time. Jill is the creative genius behind our Christmas and Spring Craft Fairs. "This whole thing started about five years ago. I like to knit

Volunteer profile: Jill2020-08-09T08:22:38-06:00
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