The PawPrint August 2020

Arlington Animal Services

The PawPrint August 2020

Shelter Happenings

Foster Program Expansion : AAS Animals need your help ! Can you foster a puppy , kitten , dog or cat temporarily until we can place them with a rescue partner or into their furever home ?! Join our foster program today ! We are especially in need of people interested in learning how to care for bottle baby kittens ! Visit www . arlingtontx . gov / foster for an online orientation and more information . Cat Clinics Update : Free Cat Spay / Neuter Clinics have resumed on a limited schedule . The next Free Cat Clinic , ( open to friendly , feral , or community cats ) is scheduled for Friday , September 4th . The next Feral Cat Sunday Clinic , ( open to feral and community cats only ) is scheduled for Sunday , September 6th . Please refer to www . arlingtontx . gov / tnr for a complete schedule and event information and guidelines . 20th Annual Animal Essay Contest : Save the date ! In it ' s 20th year , we are so excited to announce the Sheri Capehart Animal Essay Contest will begin November 30th , with the release of the new questions , contest rules , and essay guidelines . Be sure to follow our Facebook page , as well as https :// arlingtontx . gov / animal / essaycontest for more information ! Q & A with Brittany and Ray : Do you ever wonder about how various operations are run at Arlington Animal Services ? Did you know that field officers respond to wildlife calls ? Wonder why some pets listed as " rescue only "? Be sure to check out our weekly episodes of Q & A with Brittany and Ray ! Then submit your questions , ideas , or topic suggestions for what you want to learn more about ! Visit : https :// arlingtontx . gov / petsqna for past episodes and more information .

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Meet Robin Hood of Arlington ! Arlington Animal Services is pleased to introduce the newest addition to our shelter family . On July 31st , AAS Cruelty Investigator , Brandi Alcantar responded to an emergency call regarding a wounded cat . An individual had intentionally shot the cat with an arrow and then left him wounded . Investigator Alcantar rushed the cat , who was in great spirits considering his injury , back to the shelter . Our amazing clinic staff , full time Veterinary Technician , Traci and Dr . Monica Azzolini were called in for emergency assistance , to tend to Robin who was in need of immediate surgery to remove the arrow and care for additional injuries which resulted in a partial tail amputation from an additional unknown injury . We are happy to announce that Robin Hood has officially been adopted by shelter staff ! Robin will be assisting AAS while telling his story , and teaching others about antibullying and will be a part of our cruelty education program .