APS-FH Volunteer of the Month

Jennifer Rigg - Contributed photo

Jennifer Rigg – Contributed photo

Many islanders know Jennifer Rigg as the woman behind so many wonderful t-shirt designs for local businesses and the county fair. Did you also know she donates a great deal of her time, creativity and resources to The Animal Protection Society of Friday Harbor? As a long time animal advocate, Jenn has been an active supporter of our animal shelter for many years.

Recently, as we have become immersed in a capital campaign to build our new animal shelter, Jenn has been busier than ever helping us out (most of her time donated) with new t-shirt designs, baseball caps, aprons, brochures and a number of other great promotional items. For all of her hard work and generosity, Jennifer Rigg is The Volunteer of the Month for October!

Make sure you check out all of our great new merchandise at our Animal Shelter Holiday Shoppe, opening soon at 135 Spring Street in the old Dream Beads location.

And as long as we’re talking Animal Shelter stuff, here’s the Pet of the Week too…

Sheldon is this week's Pet of the Week - Contributed photo

Sheldon is this week’s Pet of the Week – Contributed photo

Now hear this! I am the last of this summer’s kittens without a home! How can this be? Look how cute I am! I’m super cuddly and playful and I like all the things YOU like: purring, cat treats, feathers on a string, climbing screen doors, sleeping in a box, toy mice….all the finer things life has to offer! Puh-leez come to the shelter to rescue me! Ask for Sheldon. That’s me.

Animal Protection Society of Friday harbor
111 Shelter Road
(360) 378-2158

Posted on November 2, 2015 at 5:53 am by

Categories: Around Here
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  1. Sheldon is really a doll. I have been doing healing adjustment treatments since he arrived so he could exhibit less fear and show his sweet personality to strangers. He went from completely fearful and anti social to roaming around with the other kitties and though he is nervous and cautious, I can now hold him and hear him purr. He has come a long way. I hope he gets adopted soon because his brother did and so did most of the kittens who he learned to socialize with. he is ready to be loved full time! Pam Fry

    Comment by pam fry on November 2, 2015 at 12:29 pm

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