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1/2 cup onion diced fine
1/2 cup red pimentos
1- lbs crabmeat shredded
1/2 teas old bay seasoning
1/4 teas black pepper
1/2 teas minced garlic
1 cup frozen peas thawed
Mix ingredients in a bowl. Keep chilling till served
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PET OF THE WEEK
MCFA pet of the Week
October 29th is National Cat Day! To some people EVERY day is National Cat Day and their cats know that they are a treasured part of the family. This holiday was created in 2005 by Colleen Paige, an animal welfare advocate who wanted to start a day to help people recognize just how many cats need to be rescued every year. She also wanted to show people the unconditional love and companionship that cats provide humans.
Bean is a 2 ½ year old brown tabby with spectacular green eyes and a little stub tail. He was returned to the shelter through no fault of his own-his family is moving. Someone is going to get very lucky when they adopt this lovable lap cat! He’s friendly, well behaved and very affectionate. Bonfire is a white tabby with gray and brown markings-about 5 months old. She is a very sweet, laid back girl who is friendly and loves to play. She is curious and very lady-like. Bonfire is going to be a great companion to her new family when she’s adopted. Luna is a 10 month old, medium-long hair gray/silver tabby with adorable pink toe beans. It appears that her prior owner did not spend much quality time with her so she is a bit unsure of humans at first. She will need someone who will work with her a bit to allow her to trust people. Once bonded to her new person, Luna will remain loyal forever. Brushing (required for her long hair) is a great way to work on that bonding process. She’s not fond of dogs and seems indifferent to other cats. Slow introduction to other cats will be the best way for introduction.
All pet animals adopted from the shelter are spayed or neutered, wormed, have age appropriate vaccinations and testing, and are microchipped with registration. Cats are litter box trained. The adoption fees are $50 over 1 year old and $60 under 1 year old.
Shelter Statistics for last week: Intakes-44; Shelter Adoptions-10; Transferred to Rescue-25 and 4 pets returned to their owners.
The Monroe County Friends of Animals (MCFA) operates a monthly food pantry to help pet families in Monroe County. Our supplies are low and we are reaching out to the community to help. Any donations of canned or dry puppy and dog and kitten and cat food is needed and will be appreciated.
Donations can be dropped off at the Shelter, during shelter hours. AND Food City in Vonore has a donation barrel by the customer service desk/self-check-out area….if you want to buy some food and just leave it right in the store. The shelter is closed on Sunday and Monday. We thank you for your kindness and support.
The Monroe County Animal Shelter is located at 170 Kefauver Lane in Madisonville (behind Wal-Mart) and is open Tuesday-Friday from 11-4:30 and Saturdays from 11-2. Call 423-442-1015 for more information and check out all available pets on our website. https://www.monroecountyfriendsofanimals.org The official Facebook page is “TN Monroe County Animal Shelter.” Adoption Gift Certificates are available all year.