Wags to Riche$ – A Repeat Boutique is staffed by volunteers, and all proceeds, and donations, help to supplement the operation of PALS – People Assisting the Lodi Shelter. Wags To Riche$ accepts donations of new, and gently used, items.
101 E. Pine St.Lodi, CA, 95240 at the Corner of Main & Pine (209)367-9247
Join us for our 4th Annual Raise the Woof event on July 23rd! For more information, click here!
What better way to support PALS, and our mission to save the lives of stray and abandoned animals in Lodi, than by doing something we all love to do…shop online!
When you shop at AmazonSmile, Amazon donates 0.5% of the purchase price to People Assisting Lodi Shelter.
Make sure to bookmark this link http://smile.amazon.com/ch/72-1581053 and support us every time you shop on Amazon!
PALS has launched a fundraising campaign on Fundly.com to help raise money to cover the expenses of surgery, and rehabilitation, for Cody! Cody suffered a severely fractured left leg after being struck by a vehicle here in Lodi. The driver of the vehicle that hit Cody did not stop, but, fortunately, a concerned citizen stayed by Cody’s side until help arrived. To read more of Cody’s story, please click here!
Update! Cody stopped by for a visit this week, and he was beyond thrilled to hear that we’ve already raised $1,050.00 for his Surgery and Rehabilitation Fund! To read more and see new pictures of Cody’s progress, please click here!
To make a donation, please visit Cody’s Surgery and Rehabilitation Fund page on Fundly.com by clicking here! Thank you!
To date (June 6, 2016), we have raised $1,420.00 for Cody’s Surgery and Rehabilitation Fund, leaving us$1580.00 short of our fundraising goal to cover the costs of Cody’s surgery and rehabilitation. If you have not yet done so, please consider making a donation, today!
For more information on the PALS Fundraiser Night at Tony Zupo Field, please click here!
We need YOUR help!
As we’ve previously posted, PALS has an extraordinary number of kittens in our care (now more than 35!), and the Lodi Animal Shelter has an equal amount, with more being brought in every day! Because of this, we’ve gone through the stock of both kitten chow, and canned wet food (pate) that we’d built up during the early part of this year.
YOU can help ensure that all of our kittens have the full bellies they need to grow up big and healthy by going to your local store and purchasing any size bag of Purina Kitten Chow or Friskies canned wet food (pate, please), and bring it down to PALS. Your donation is tax deductible, and you will be provided with a donation receipt.
PALS, and all of our kittens, thank you for your continued support!
Meet Sinatra, our PALS Pet of the Week! For more information on Sinatra, please click here!
Meet Darla, our PALS Pet of the Week! For more information on Darla, please click here!
Meet George, our PALS Pet of the Week! For more information on George, please click here!
Meet Martin, our PALS Pet of the Week! For more information on Martin, please click here!
Meet Megan, our PALS Pet of the Week! For more information on Megan, please click here!
Meet Parker, our PALS Pet of the Week! For more information on Parker, please click here!
Meet Sammy, our PALS Pet of the Week! For more information on Sammy, please click here!
Meet Ace, our PALS Pet of the Week! For more information on Ace, please click here!
Update! Ace has found his forever home!
Mia was reunited with her family after being missing for a year! Read more about Mia’s story here!
“Behind the scenes, but no less important to our efforts to save the lives of these animals, works Sue Purdom, Manager of our sister corporation, Lodi Shelter PALS (LSP).”
To read about the awesome work that Sue is doing with PALS, through our sister corporation, Lodi Shelter PALS, please click here!
Meet Diana, our PALS Pet of the Week! For more information on Diana, please click here!
Do you have it in your heart to become a foster “parent” for kittens and cats in need? PALS is in desperate need of foster “parents” to help care for the overwhelming number of kittens being brought into the city shelter, on a daily basis! If you’re interested, please click here for details.
Since 2004, PALS has worked tirelessly to help as many abandoned cats and dogs in Lodi as possible have a safe place to stay, rehabilitate, and find their forever homes. It has been a challenging endeavor, but one that we relish. We are now faced with our greatest challenge to date. Working out of cramped quarters, our efforts to save the lives of cats and dogs is hampered. But, there is hope on the horizon. To read more about the history of PALS, and how you can help PALS save the lives of even more cats and dogs with PALS Haven, please click here.