Pastor Lynn Jordan of Arcadia United Methodist Church in Clemmons will be providing individual blessings on Saturday May 16th from 12-3 at the Compassionate Winston-Salem booth at Triad Dog Games.
Come see us! Compassion for Animals and Compassionate Winston-Salem will be helping give out free hugs as a part of Global Love Day at DADA’S First Friday Gallery Hop tomorrow, Friday, May 1. See you there!!! @compassionatews @lovefoundation
The Compassion for Animals next meeting will be next Monday, April 6 at 6 p.m. at Athena’s Greek Tavern on Stratford Rd. in Winston-Salem. This will be an opportunity for attendees to discuss recent challenges they’ve been up against in the animal realm and for us to discern positive ways to bring awareness to those issues and provide education to the community. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you plan on attending. We would love to have you!
With the signatures of Beth Blair and Phyllis D’Agostino (Compassion for Animals participants), Compassionate Winston-Salem now has 445 partners who have signed the Charter for Compassion. Other February partner signers include 6 employees at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center in the Facilities Planning & Construction Department. Welcome Tom Ingram (Director), TR Bowers, Rick Spry, Amanda Melton, Tanya Lewis and Christine Trethaway. Tanya and Christine are involved in the Compassion for Animals initiative of Compassionate Winston-Salem. You can see who else has signed and add your name to the list!
Greetings! Tonight we will be having our quarterly CFA networking meeting. Come hear and share what’s going on in Forsyth County animal welfare. We will be congregating at Forsyth County Animal Control at 5:30. The meeting will run approximately one hour.
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The holidays are upon us! What a fun time for family, friends and pets! During your festivities, remember that chocolate, certain plants, batteries and more can pose serious health hazards to your furry friends. Check out this great comprehensive list of pet health hazards. We want to keep our animals safe and healthy this wonderful time of year!
Have a look at this adorable and heartwarming compassion story of a baby Pygmy goat in the UK who was rejected by its mother and embraced by a local. Story courtesy of BBC Look North (Yorkshire).