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Monday, February 26, 2024

Strengthening Bonds Through the ESPCA Pet Pantry

Author: Megan Lavicky

The ESPCA believes the love, joy, and companionship pets provide can mean a fuller, happier life for pet owners and works to strengthen this bond. The ESPCA Pet Pantry is one way they do this.

With generous donations, the Pantry provides pet owners approximately two weeks of food to enable them to keep their pets despite financial difficulties. This program is not intended to provide all the food necessary to sustain a pet but rather a supplement to help in a difficult time. No one should face the decision of giving up their pets just because they have no resources for pet food. Please consider donating dry and canned food to the ESPCA Pet Pantry today to keep pets in the homes that love them and out of the shelter!

Another exciting way to help the ESPCA Pet Pantry is happening now. Donate funds, and for every $100 that comes in, a new color and piece of an art mural will be added to the shipping container that will house the food donations. Ty and Kelly Tompkins of Hive Appeal will complete this exciting art project in the days to come. They have designed something truly special for the ESPCA, and we can’t wait to see it come to life. The ESPCA will post photos as each new color is added so you can join the fun and check out the project.

You can donate to the mural and get the details at enidspca.org. Click Donate and select ESPCA Pet Pantry from the drop-down menu or list of choices. This mural promises to be a welcome sign to all shelter visitors, with photo opportunities and beauty added to the functional storage. It will surely make an impact when people visit the ESPCA.

Shen is a young, friendly, goofy, and curious one-and-a-half-year-old Boxer mix. If you’re looking for a fun-loving, playful buddy, he’s your dog!

Reba is a little four-month-old calico cutie. She is making friends and greeting visitors in the ESPCA lobby. She’s a sweetheart!

Ed Warren is a big Lab/Shepherd mix, approximately 1.5 years old, and extremely well-behaved. He knows the word “sit” and walks nicely on the leash.

Laverne is an absolute doll. When this kitty gets comfortable with her person, she will roll over for pets and become more confident. She uses her litter box and doesn’t tear things up. Laverne will make a great friend.

Blake Reese
Blake Reese is the Coeditor and Advertising Director for Enid Monthly. Writing and editing are passions of his, but he also enjoys the connections and relationships he gets to make by going out into the community. Blake is originally from Wichita, Kansas, but he relocated to Enid after graduating from college. He graduated from Wichita State University with a Bachelor's Degree in Political Science accompanied by a minor in Communications. Blake definitely misses the city life from time to time, but he's happy to be a part of the Enid community.



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