Village of Stillwater Gets A+ – by V. Albert

VILLAGE OF STILLWATER FEBRUARY 17- At the Village Board meeting Mayor Ernie Martin read a letter for the community from the office of the New York State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli with regards to a state Annual Update Document (AUD) on the scores of a fiscal audit done on the village

The entire article is in the February 26th issue.

Adirondack Save-A-Stray

Min pin mixes 02 Min pin mixes 01 Rose 01 Buddy MommyRose - She was brought in to the shelter as a stray. She became the shelter favorite and they just did not want her her put to sleep so they arrange for rescue to pull her. She is a pointer terrier mix about 9 months old. She has been vet check, is up to date on her vaccines and wormed. Please come and meet this really wonderful girl. For more info you are welcome to call the shelter at 518-654-6220.
Heather's puppies - These little cuties are Min pin and Dachshund mixes. They are not going to be very big. They were brought into rescue by their mothers owner because he wanted them safe. They have been in foster care for two weeks, vet checked vaccinated and wormed. These babies are around  7 weeks old. For more information please call the shelter at 518-654-6220 or come by to meet them.
Mommy(tiger) & Buddy(Bl & Wht) -This is one of those stories as to why we get angry. This woman moved September 1st and threw her cats out after raising them since they were kittens. We only got 2 and kind of demanded her to go back and find the third. We are updating them on vaccines, flea control,and rabies, but the thought of them having a home one day and not the next makes us cringe. We do not understand, but no matter they are safe now. We are getting overloaded again in our cat room so if someone is looking to adopt a new kitty then please consider coming to ASAS shelter. We want to get our numbers down so ALL OF OUR OLDER CATS ARE JUST A DONATION APPRECIATED. The phone calls will not stop with the oncoming cold weather and we need to make room. Please consider giving them a purrfect home.