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Local Foster Hero Recognized for Saving Lives in Asheville

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Asheville Humane Society is celebrating National Foster a Pet Month with the Petco Foundation and Skechers’ charity footwear collection, BOBS from Skechers, by recognizing Local Foster Hero, Dawn Marie Klug, for stepping up and saving animal lives in Asheville.

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Brother Wolf Animal Rescue Implements New Adoption Strategies Amidst COVID-19 Concerns

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Brother Wolf Animal Rescue has implemented new adoption protocols to serve animals in need and to keep people safe. The local nonprofit is currently conducting adoptions by appointment and implementing stringent social distancing and sanitation practices.

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Brother Wolf Animal Rescue Offers Puppygrams in Asheville on Valentine’s Day 2020 

Back by “pup-ular” demand, Brother Wolf Animal Rescue is offering puppygrams on Valentine’s Day this year. With an option of a $75 or $100 donation to support local shelter pets, the nonprofit animal shelter will send puppies to homes and businesses in the Asheville area on Friday, February 14. 

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STARBUCKS HOLDS SUPPLY DRIVE FOR  ESTHER NEONATAL KITTEN ALLIANCE

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For the month of February, Starbucks located at 1378 Hendersonville Road in Asheville will be accepting donations of kitten supplies such as wet and dry kitten food, kitten formula, unscented non-clumping litter, unscented alcohol-free baby wipes, cozy cat beds, and fleece blankets. The donations will benefit Esther Neonatal Kitten Alliance, a new local nonprofit dedicated to providing care and rescue to orphaned newborn kittens.

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Brother Wolf chapter projects will become independent non-profits

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Over the next few weeks, Brother Wolf’s chapter projects in McDowell, Rutherford, and Dickenson counties will all become independent non-profit organizations. Brother Wolf originally began these auxiliary chapters with the intention of reducing the counties’ kill rates and ultimately developing each chapter into a self-sustaining, separate entity. After several years of growth, the chapters are ready to bring this goal to fruition.

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Brother Wolf Saves Injured Dog Fievel From Euthanasia

At just one year old, Fievel, a shepherd mix, found himself in a place no dog wants to be. He was badly injured and scheduled to be killed at a shelter in upstate South Carolina just about an hour outside of Asheville. Thankfully, shelter staff at Brother Wolf heard about his plight and they were able to save his life in the nick of time. 

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Top Pet-Friendly Restaurants in Asheville, North Carolina 

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The metropolitan area of Asheville counts for nearly 425,000 inhabitants, meaning there should be enough entertainment places for the people in this city from North Carolina. The place is filled with art galleries, movie theatres, colleges, cafes, and restaurants and, since there is always something to do around here, you’ll never get bored. 

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Brother Wolf Launches $40,000 Matching Gift Challenge to Save Animals in Need

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Brother Wolf Animal Rescue announced on Thursday  that they are launching a $40,000 donor matched fundraising campaign to save animals. Local donors Mr. and Mrs. Wilson will match donations dollar-for-dollar during this forty day campaign.

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Angel Pets Expo and Conference 2019

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Angel Pets Expo Asheville Saturday, June 8th at the Renaissance Hotel, 10-6p.m (Salon B/C). The goal of the Angel Pets Expo is to bring people together with resources and services which help the care and honoring of our pets, and ourselves as pet parents. Over 45 vendors specializing in all services and products for pets, senior pet care needs, canine rehab specialists, pet trainers, animal artists, pet memorabilia, animal communicators, grief healing services, veterinarians, holistic pet services, animal acupuncture and chiropractic, pet photographers, pet CBD oil and other pet supportive topics. All things pets! Select featured vendor presentations throughout the day. Open to the public, $5 at door. See list of vendors and more information at AngelPetsExpo.com  Angel Pets Conference 2019 Asheville, Saturday, June 8th at the Renaissance Hotel, 8-5p.m (Salon A) This pioneering, unique, and much-needed conference covers many topics on senior pet care needs, end-of-life care, caregiver support and grief healing. The conference highlights important medical topics for senior animal needs and resources, assessing animal quality-of-life, explaining animal hospice and palliative care, and covering the medical, practical, emotional considerations for pets at the end-of-life transition. Special focus will also be on grief healing from pet loss for ourselves …

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BROTHER WOLF SEEKS URGENT COMMUNITY SUPPORT AS ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGES BEGIN UNDER NEW LEADERSHIP

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Leah Craig Fieser, Brother Wolf’s new Executive Director who joined the organization in February when founder Denise Bitz resigned, has spent the past couple of months reviewing financial information and working closely with staff and board members to best understand the state of the organization. When Fieser began her role, she vowed to lead the organization with accountability and transparency.

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