Archive for December, 2013

Night #6 – Extreme Sleepover 2: A Not-So-Silent-Night

Donation Total: $4100.25

Temperature: -33 (Feels like -47)

I brought Lady to Jubilee Elementary where kids at the school collected money and presented me with their $256.45 donation towards my sleepover fundraiser. I loved that the kids were so excited to be involved and contribute to the Humane Society. They had lots of questions about the sleepover and the animals that kept me company. It was heartwarming to hear the stories of kids donating their allowance and emptying their piggy banks for the cause. Lady stopped in a bunch of different classrooms, ate lunch leftovers out of the garbage cans and soaked up all of the attention from the kids. She’s a classy guest.

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8:44pm Arrive at shelter armed with supplies. It’s going to get crazy in here!

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8:55pm Let the big cats out for the Tuna Temptation Buffet. I am a tad overwhelmed by the sheer volume of cats.

9:10pm Give some tuna to the cats too shy to get into the buffet line. While everyone is distracted I clean litter boxes.

9:20pm Let the cats wander around for awhile. They check out eachothers hammocks, condos and perches. The grass is always greener on the other side.

9:30pm Begin the task of putting 24 cats in their proper communal cages. I now know where the idiom “Like hearding cats” comes from. That stuff isn’t easy! I’m sure there are several where they don’t belong.

9:45pm I think I’ve got them all. Time to start the underage party! Look at all that orange! There are 3 different litters.

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10:00pm I am a bad influence. I give catnip to the shelter minors.

10:10pm Sweet little Hope finds her way into my lap again. She’s the most affectionate kitten out of the bunch and will seek me out in the middle of playing. She takes a break and washes up after her meal.image

10:15pm I open up a Christmas stocking of toys and let the kittens play in the office while visit the other cats with Temptations treats and Catnip.

10:30pm We’ve got a lot of overstimulated cats tonight!
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10:40pm Shut down the kitten party and put them to bed despite their protesting meows. “Just 5 more minutes! We aren’t tired yet!”

10:50pm Pick my sleeping buddy for the night. Here’s where I will let you all in on a little secret. We had $2191 in donations between midnight on December 5th  and midnight on December 6th, which will be matched by the Norwester Motor Inn/Milltown Sports Bar. So the fundrasing total is now $6291.25, which technically means I should be sleeping in my own bed tonight, but I didn’t feel it was fair to end the sleepover before everyone had a chance to spend the night with me. So I doubled up with the last two dogs, Knight and Princess. I made sure to double check they have both been fixed so I didn’t have to add a puppy conception story to the blog. Spay and neuter, folks!

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10:55pm Give all the dogs a chewy bone. Princess settles down on the bed with hers. Knight takes his outside.image

11:00pm Knight has a terrible habit of standing in the doorway, letting all the cold air in. CLOSE THE DOOR! Were you raised in a barn?!

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11:11pm Princess checks out the cats and Knight stands guard over me.

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11:28pm Time for bed! I drift off to sleep with “Santa Claus is Coming to Town” on the radio, and Princess’ butt in my face.

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11:30pm I hear extra voices singing “Santa Claus is Coming to Town”. Paula and Randy pay a visit with bedtime snacks, or as I like to call it, Bed Lunch.

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11:35pm Paula says I look homeless.

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I guess she’s not entirely wrong. Checking out a book and the last donation before Midnight from Tanis and Rufus! Thanks guys!

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11:50pm Paula and Randy leave.

12:00am Back to sleep! Princess tries to steal my remaining hot chocolate so I place it outside the dog door that’s behind the draft stopper.

12:10am Princess tries to steal my slippers. I hide them under the covers.

12:15am Princess tries to steal my glasses…I’m starting to think Princess is a thief. I hang them up on the chain link. Why didn’t I think of that sooner?

12:25pm Sleep. For real.

5:30am A cat is randomly meowing, just to hear itself. Vocals are working great. Good job, cat. Check on the dogs. Knight is curled up on my feet and Princess is by my head. They are super sleepers, not a peep out of them.

imageimage7:00am Wake up. I leave the dogs in bed and go and start packing my things. It is truly bitter sweet; while I am excited to go home, my heart is heavy to leave these guys behind.

7:30am Start my vehicle and load my bags, making sure not to lock myself out.

8:00am Bev arrives for her shift and brings me muffins fresh out of the oven for breakfast. Seriously. We have the best volunteers in the world. And I’m not just saying that because they feed me.

8:10am I put Princess and Knight back in their cages and clean up my kennel. I give all the dogs a cookie before a reluctantly leave my home away from home for the past 6 nights.

8:15am Extreme Sleepover 2: COMPLETE!

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Thank you those who have donated and encouraged others to do so. Your support allows us to continue doing what we love for the animals in our care. I am overwhelmed by the many people, not just in Meadow Lake but from all over Canada,who showed their support for our little shelter on the prairie.

Thank you to the devoted volunteers who made sure I had a warm place to sleep, food in my belly and love in my heart, and the fact that you do this every day, all year round for the animals that come through our doors. I can think of no better place for these animals to be than in the tender loving care of our volunteers. There would be no Humane Society without each and every one of you. Please know that your work is truly valuable and you make a difference in the lives of animals and the families that adopt them.

And last, but certainly not least, thank you to the animals for your uncontintional love, content purrs, slobbery kisses and for the comfort and warmth you provided me when I needed it the most. I am inspired by the fact that even though someone has turned their back on you, abandoned or abused you, that you stil have the capacity to forgive and to love, and you shared that with me.

You can learn a lot about being a better person by hanging out with dogs and cats.

So while I lay my head down to sleep tonight in comfort of my own bed, my heart and my mind will be with those animals who call the shelter home. I take comfort knowing they are safe and warm with full bellies and hearts full of love, and I hope that someday soon, their forever homes will find them.

And maybe, just maybe, they’ll have a home for the holidays too.

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Night #5 – Extreme Sleepover Shelter Edition 2: A Not-So-Silent-Night

Donation Total: $2075

Temperature: -31(feels like -42)

10:05pm Arrive at shelter

10:10pm Interrupt a hammock dispute between two older kittens

 

10:30pm Give all the dogs a cookie for a bedtime treat. Let Knight out to wander around. What a sweet boy.

10:37pm Pagan spilled his water. I opened his door to retrieve his pail and he slipped past me and bolted towards Knight. They had a little scuffle but everyone was fine. My nerves however, continue to be shot!

10:45pm Put the dogs back in their respective corners.

10:48pm Fix up my bed under the close supervision of these guys.

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10:50pm Jeff drops off more clothes.

10:55pm Pick my sleeping buddy for the night, Lady!

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10:58pm I go into my kennel and kick off my slippers. One lands wedged on top of the water bucket, but doesn’t get wet. Phew!

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11:00pm Feeling pretty down, exhausted and homesick tonight. Lady senses my distress and comes and lays in my lap and kisses my face. My heart swells. How do dogs know when we need them the most?

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This is why I do this. This shelter is my heart and has given me so much over the past 8 years. It’s worth a few nights of discomfort to fundraise for my home away from home so we can continue to provide a safe place for these loving animals.

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11:30pm Get some more snuggles in with Lady and drift off to sleep.

12:45am I need to pee, but don’t want to get up. Not sure if it’s not wanting to wake the dogs, laziness, or a combination of both.

5:00am Answer the call of the bladder since it’s going to beat the door down if I don’t. I don’t see Lady anywhere. She comes in from outside. Must have gotten too hot with the extra heater as she feels like she’s been out there for awhile.

5:07am Forryst starts his squealing bark but settles down.

5:10am Lady crawls under the covers.

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5:15am Lady slobbers all over my face and crawls on top of me for hugs. What a goof.

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5:24am A cat meows loudly MROORRW, so I meow in return. Oh my dog I’m starting to speak the language…

5:30am Lady tries to eat my glasses. I think I would be more upset if I didn’t have 6 other pairs. Grateful for Zenni.com

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5:37am Listen to the kittens play, or more like wrestle. Sounds like some sort of death match going on.

5:52am Back to sleep.

6:30am. Can’t sleep. Get up, put Lady in her kennel.

6:40am Give everyone a cookie.

6:45am Start the jeep and bring my frozen bathing suit to put in dryer. Lane swimming starts at 7:00am. I mostly go so I can have a shower.

6:50am Grab my bathing suit and change of clothes for work and head out.

6:55am Night #5 complete!

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….Or not

Locked the shelter and ended up locking myself out of my running vehicle.

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In an extreme windchill of -42.

With no hat or mittens.

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Oh my dog.

Cell phone has 10% battery power.

6:55am I happen to be texting my friend Amber. She says she will send her husband Phil to rescue me. My phone promptly dies.

7:05am I can’t feel my nose and fingers. Is this how it’s going to end? I really thought I would go out in a blaze of glory, not as a frozen Popsicle.

7:08am Phil arrives. I leave my running vehicle in the shelter parking lot. It should run out of gas soon.

7:10am Night # 5 Complete. For real this time!

Thanks to Phil and Amber for the rescue from imminent frost bite and for the use of your shower, to fellow New Brunswicker Melissa for driving me to work and to Jeff for using his coat hanger skills to get into my Jeep. I have many heroes his morning!

And remember…

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If you’d like to donate to help me reach my fundraising goal of $5000 and so I can get back to my warm bed, here’s how!

Donate by Mail
Box 944 Meadow Lake, SK S9X 1Y7

In Person at Meadow Lake Innovation Credit Union

Or Online
http://www.canadahelps.org/CharityProfilePage.aspx?charityID=s83533

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Night #4 – Extreme Sleepover Shelter Edition 2: A Not-So-Silent Night

Donation Total: $975

Temperature: -21 (feels like -31)

I did another radio interview yesterday on Saskatoon Afternoon with David Kirton. Check it out!

8:30pm Stop at Extra Foods for some Milkbones for the dogs. I quickly get distracted by toys. This is what lack of sleep does to a person. (Turn up volume)

9:55pm arrive at shelter. Kara is hard at work finishing up her kitty cleaning duty .

10:00pm I drop off some groceries. Kittens think it’s for them.

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10:15pm Head out to McDonalds for a bedtime snack for the pooches. 8 plain cheese burgers. At least I didn’t get a reaction like last year!

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10:30pm Arrive back at shelter. The kittens think burgers are for them too!

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10:43pm Play with the gaggle of kittens. They’re everywhere!

10:50pm Kittens get put to bed. I let Salem and Tommy out and unwrap burgers for dogs. They do some quality control taste testing.

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11:00pm Give all the dogs their burgers.

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11:05pm. My cage has more info written on it. Hopefully it increases my chance of adoption!

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I notice my bed is made and there are dryer sheets hanging up to combat the smell of cat poo. Thanks Lexi! This is better than a 5 star resort!

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11:10pm Kara leaves. I pick a sleeping buddy. And the winner is, Molly!

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11:15pm I give all the dogs Milkbones and wish them sweet dreams. Okay that’s a lie. It was more like “YOU BETTER SLEEP!”

11:20pm Molly curls up at the foot of the bed.

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11:41pm Bed time!

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12:21am Despite my fortress of blankets, heater and dog door draft stopper, I am cold. Extremely jealous of those who have fur!

6:30am What the….? Did I actually sleep?! I guess the key to a good night’s sleep is McDonalds. Very thankful for the McComa it provided for the dogs! Although I am more exhausted today than I have been all week. Go figure.

6:35am Molly rolls around on the bed, relishing in the comforts of home.

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6:40pm Put Molly back in her kennel.

6:50am Night #4 complete! It is becoming increasingly difficult to wrangle kittens, but I won’t be running out anytime soon! SO MANY KITTENS!

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The Nor’wester Motor Inn/Milltown Sports Bar will be matching donations for a full 24 hours starting Midnight tonight and ending Midnight Friday! Thank you for your support!

If you’d like to donate to help me reach my fundraising goal of $5000 and so I can get back to my warm bed, here’s how!

Donate by Mail
Box 944 Meadow Lake, SK S9X 1Y7

In Person at Meadow Lake Innovation Credit Union

Or Online
http://www.canadahelps.org/CharityProfilePage.aspx?charityID=s83533

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Night #3 – Extreme Sleepover 2: A-Not-So-Silent-Night

Donation Total: $540

Temperature: -25 (feels like -32)

Check out my interview with the Star Phoenix!

9:22pm Arrive at the shelter. Laundry! I’m sensing a theme here…

9:35pm Discovered a note, heater and extension cord from Lee and exclaimed “I could kiss you!” I was a little worried with the drop in temperature! We’ve got the best volunteers at the shelter. Very caring about all creatures on two and four feet!

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9:45pm Let some kittens out to play then do some vacuuming. Probably not the best combination. Lots of hissing, spitting and puffiness going on.

10:00pm Tab Bands are the best invention since the light bulb and sliced bread. Seriously. We have an overabundance of orange cats and kittens this season, I can’t keep everyone straight.

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10:07pm Banded the newest kittens and let them play a bit.

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10:15pm Picked my sleeping buddy, Mishka. She was one of 5 dogs and 16 cats that were surrendered to us from a home with an overabundance of animals. We were told she was chained to a vehicle in the back yard, so not sure how she’ll react to being in a bed!

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10:23pm Let Bond out to stretch. Mishka is very curious about him and slobbers all over him. He just purrs contently. They were surrendered from the same home, though neither were in the house so unsure if they’ve ever met.

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10:57pm The dogs are restless any VERY vocal tonight. They are outside yelling at each other over nothing.

11:00pm Settle into bed. Mishka goes outside.

11:05pm Mishka comes in and I give her some cuddles. She hunkers down at the foot of the bed. I’m impressed!

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11:11pm Dogs stop barking. Let the sleep begin!

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2:00am I think there is a cat in heat, or someone who likes the sound of their own meow. ROWRRRRRRRR…MEOWWWRRRRRRRRRRRR…ROOOOOOOOOOOOWWWWWRRRRRRRRRRRR!!!

3:06am Still being serenaded by the mystery cat. I don’t like this tune.

4:19am Doggy wake up call. A chorus of barking startles me awake. My nerves are shot.

5:37am Awoken by the smell of poo. The cats next door are trying to gas me out.

6:58am Up before my alarm. The dogs hear me and offer their alarm services in a chorus of Ruffs and Woofs. Wake up Mishka and praise her for being such a good sleeper.

7:15am I get ready for work and Mishka follows me around.

7:40am Did an interview for CBC Morning Edition!

7:52am Night #3 complete!

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If you’d like to donate to help me reach my fundraising goal of $5000 and so I can get back to my warm bed, here’s how!

Donate by Mail

Box 944 Meadow Lake, SK S9X 1Y7

In Person at Meadow Lake Innovation Credit Union

Or Online

http://www.canadahelps.org/CharityProfilePage.aspx?charityID=s83533

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Night #2 – Extreme Sleepover: A-Not-So-Silent Night

Donation Total: $250

Temperature: -14 (feels like -22)

9:22pm Arrive at shelter. Drop my keys in the snow and get my frozen fingers stuck to the padlock. Off to a good start! Fingers are better than my tongue I guess!

9:24pm The dogs are eerily quiet. I look down the hall and they are just staring and wagging.

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9:33 pm Ok seriously, what gives? I feel like running around screaming so they make some noise. I guess I will enjoy the silence. I may be wishing for it later!

9:35pm Let the kittens out to play. Within seconds I am bleeding. They don’t mess around!

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9:37pm I could watch them all night! How entertaining!

 

10:00pm Start some laundry. Almost to the bottom of the laundry bucket and it’s pretty funky smelling down there!

10:08pm Add another blanket to my bed. Temperature is dropping. Karen made me a draft stopper for the dog doors! How sweet!

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10:18pm One of the kittens left a present on the floor. I clean it up. No one said the shelter was a glamorous place!

10:30pm Pick my sleeping buddy for the night. Jake! He settles into bed.

10:35pm I turn out the lights and walk to kennel, kicking the metal garbage can in the process. YEOWCH!

10:39pm Jake jumps at the cat cage and knocks down the draft stopper. Jerk.

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10:41pm Bedtime take 1!

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11:52pm Jake jumps at the cats and lands on my head. This is going to be a long night.

12:00am Nature calls and I answer. I sneak to the bathroom, careful not to kick the garbage can, and the dogs stay quiet.

12:07am I am so cold. I hang up the draft blocker blanket, add on another pair of socks, turn up the heat and add an extra blanket. I think I’ve got all the big blankets there are at the shelter.

12:10am Back to bed in my cocoon of warmth.

12:30am Jake is still staring at the cat cage. He can’t actually SEE the cats where he’s staring as there is a partition blocking the two cages. He does his best to stare a hole into the partition to gain access to the cats that are taunting him from the other side. I try to get him to come to bed. He covers me with sloppy kisses then resumes his post fixating on the wall.

1:05am Jake paws at the cage.

2:15am Jake paws at the cage.

3:36am Jake paws at the cage.

4:14am Jake paws at the cage. OH MY DOG! GO TO BED!

5:00am Jake jumps on my head again. Well on the bright side, at least I have the day off!

7:00am Jake finally settles down, now that it’s time to get up! Moral of the story, no cats for Jake!

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7:20am Feed all the dogs their breakfast. Put Jake back in his kennel.

7:40am Tackle the laundry. Let Salem out to stretch his legs.He uses his extra toes to help me fold towels. He is a Polydactyl kitty; more of him to love!

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8:02am Get called in to work to cover for a sick co-worker. I run around like a chicken with my head cut off trying to quickly get ready. Where are my keys?! I can’t find my keys! A kitten must have stolen my keys! Oh wait, they’re in my gym bag. Phew!

8:15am Night #2 complete! Oh so tired. Off to work!

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If you’d like to donate to help me reach my fundraising goal of $5000 and so I can get back to my warm bed, here’s how!

Donate by Mail

Box 944 Meadow Lake, SK S9X 1Y7

In Person at Meadow Lake Innovation Credit Union

Or Online

http://www.canadahelps.org/CharityProfilePage.aspx?charityID=s83533

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Night #1 – Extreme Sleepover 2: A Not-So-Silent Night

Donation Total: $75

Temperature: -6.

4:30pm Arrive at shelter to get myself settled.

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5:00pm Leave shelter.

8:15pm Arrive at shelter for the evening. Allow me to introduce you to my K9 companions for the duration of this fundraiser.

8:20pm Start cleaning shift.

9:03pm Jeff fixed the leaky washing machine. Start a load of laundry. Fingers crossed for no leaks!

9:10pm Success! The washer is fixed! Now to catch up on all that laundry!

9:15pm Finish cleaning cat cages while visiting with Jackie. This cat makes it difficult to get much work done!

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So do these ones!

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9:25pm Jackie leaves.

9:27pm The dogs start their barking. I hope it’s not a taste of things to come!

9:50pm Pick my sleeping buddy for the night. I end up picking two; Forryst and Pagan, two dogs we rescued from Pagan lake in October. This lake is in a remote area so it is very likely that they were dumped there to fend for themselves. They were discovered by a group of people who stopped there for lunch and informed MLDHS of their whereabouts.

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10:00pm Ever get the feeling you’re being watched? Kittens check out their new neighbor.

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10:07pm Bed time! Jeff leaves.

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10:09pm Forryst is sniffing and scratching at cat cage next door, then goes out the dog door. There’s another difference from last year; I was able to close the dog doors, now they are free swinging ones that cannot be latched shut, so I get a draft of cold air every time the dogs go in and out.

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10:11pm Forryst is eating my blanket.

10: 13pm Forryst goes outside

10: 14pm Forryst comes inside

10:15pm Pagan goes outside

10:16pm Pagan comes inside.

10:17pm Pagan goes back outside.

10:18pm Kitties play with their jingle ball toys. Jingle jingle jingle.

10:19pm Forryst sniffs at the cat cage. Cat growls in disapproval.

10:20 pm Pagan comes back in. IN OR OUT DOGS?! Quit letting the draft in!

10:30pm Forryst yawns. Could it be time for sleep NOW?!

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10:50pm Bedtime: Take 2!

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10:58pm I receive a text from Paula asking if I’m using her blanket. I resent the blanket thief accusation! 🙂 My bedding has all been graciously donated to the shelter by our wonderful supporters. Not sure they had this in mind when they donated it!

1:55am I can’t feel my legs! Both boys are laying on top of me. I roll over and stretch.

1:57am someone In the next cage is using the Litter box. I hear the scratch scratch scratch, kick kick kick of the litter. Sniff sniff…eww.

1:58am Forryst is licking his feet then burps. Must have been good!

2:08am I need to pee, but the boys have me pinned under my blankets. Range of motion is very limited and I hate to wake them as it will likely start a wave of barking. Less than 5 hours until my alarm. I think I can hold it. I think I can, I think I can.

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2:09am the heater is making a terrible buzzing noise. Oh wait, it stopped.

2:11am Back to sleep. I think I can, I think I can.

2:16am Jake starts whining. I shush him.

2:20am Someone else starts whining. Forryst tries to say hello to cats again. They are up and about playing. Jingle jingle jingle

2:23am Someone starts clanging their bowl. It’s not breakfast time yet! A bunch of dogs are up.

2:40am Everyone settles down again.

5:07am A cat screams. AHH! Forryst or Pagan (or both) go outside.

5:11am Dogs back in and assume their positions of pinning my blankets down to the bed so I can’t move. At least it keeps the heat in!

7:00am There goes my alarm. Pagan looks so peaceful, I hate to wake him.

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7:03am I fall out of bed and look around for my slipper. I only find one.

7:05am I turn on the light and resume my search. Found it! Outside….covered in snow. Gee thanks dogs! I throw my slipper in the dryer.

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7:08am put Forryst and Pagan back in their kennels and start getting ready for work.

7:15am Wash up. Turns out there is leak in the shower head and I ended up inadvertently spraying a bunch of cats and leaked water all over the floor. Oops.

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7:30am Smoothie time!

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7:35am Switch wet laundry to dryer and start a new load. Clean up my smoothie mess.

7:40am Night one complete! Off to work! (Minus the kitten)

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If you’d like to donate to help me reach my fundraising goal of $5000 and so I can get back to my warm bed, here’s how!

Donate by Mail

Box 944 Meadow Lake, SK S9X 1Y7

In Person at Meadow Lake Innovation Credit Union

Or Online

http://www.canadahelps.org/CharityProfilePage.aspx?charityID=s83533

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Extreme Sleepover: Shelter Edition – A Not-So-Silent Night

Last August I did the Extreme Sleepover: Shelter Edition fundraiser for the Off Leash Dog Park. The response to the fundraiser was overwhelming and I received a lot of positive feedback and inquiries on when I would be doing another sleepover.

Well, you’re in luck! Starting TONIGHT I will be sleeping in the shelter again for as many nights as it takes to raise $5000. This time around the money raised is going directly to the critters at the Humane Society that I will be counting on to keep me warm during those chilly winter nights.

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The previous sleepover lasted a total 12 nights to surpass my goal of $5000. Once again I am counting on the generosity of our supporters to get me back to my warm bed in time for the holidays.

There are a few differences this time around:

1.) While I am still working for myself as a pet sitter thorough my Critter Comforts business, I am currently working part time job in a medical office where I work 8am-5pm. Now that I think about it, the 9 hour work days are going to feel unbearably long running on very little sleep. I wonder how this will affect job performance. Apologies in advance to my co-workers if I’m caught randomly napping in an exam room or talking jibberish. 

2.) I moved to an acreage 21km outside of Meadow Lake, so between working and all of my extracurricular activities (Crossfit, Zumba, Volunteering), I won’t be making the trip to and from home, since most evenings I don’t get home until 9 or 10pm. SO, the shelter will be my literal HOME. I will be packing my bags and my blender (Gotta have my morning smoothie!) and will be literally moving into the shelter. I won’t be seeing my own furkids and very little of my husband until I reach my goal. My husband is less than thrilled about this new development. In his words: “You suck!”

3.) So why the Holiday twist? Well, there’s no place like HOME for the Holidays, of course! The shelter is a temporary home for homeless dogs and cats not only for the holidays, but all year round. Our shelter is full of animals who would want nothing more than the gift of a forever home for the holidays. I will be sharing that anticipation as I hope to get back home to my husband and my own furry family. I had such a positive experience the last sleepover; it showed me a side of the shelter I had never seen before, after the lights go out. Our volunteers go above and beyond to make the shelter a safe and comfortable home for the homeless animals who come through our doors. If the shelter is good enough for the dogs and cats in our care, it’s good enough for me!

I look forward to the adventures that await me when the lights go out tonight! Stay tuned for tomorrow’s update!

Here is just a little sampling from last year so you know exactly what I’m getting myself into!

If you’d like to donate to help me reach my fundraising goal of $5000 and so I can get back to my warm bed, here’s how!

Donate by Mail
Box 944 Meadow Lake, SK S9X 1Y7

In Person at Meadow Lake Innovation Credit Union 
Or Online
http://www.canadahelps.org/CharityProfilePage.aspx?charityID=s83533

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