Looks like the fifteen-year old torbi, Striper, found her new home and she has an adoption pending.

Is anyone looking for a barn cat? Mona is about a year old, she’s gray with a little white on her chest and big golden eyes. When she came to us she was an outdoor barn cat so she may always be shy, but she’s coming around nicely, enjoys pets and she does purr a lot.

We have two black and white, Abyssinian Guinea Pigs staying at the shelter, and both have rosettes on their heads. These boys are brothers who do get along so can be caged together, but do not need to be adopted together. The larger of the two is Mr. President and his brother is Dolphin, who is the one with white on his face. Both are hand raised and very nice piggies.

Tawny is the juvenile, dwarf Dutch bunny, and she’s been spending her time looking out the window. She’s hoping for a home with someone who will let her out of her cage and play with her and let her stretch her legs. She’s been hand raised, is very friendly, and adores people. And she’s been spayed so she would make a fine companion for another bunny.

The annual rabies clinic will be held on March 7 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the West Tisbury Fire Station. All dogs must be on leash, and cats and ferrets need to be in carriers. The fee is $25 per animal and the vaccine is good for one year unless a prior rabies certificate is presented. If anyone would like to make some donations from our wish list we are in need of laundry detergent, bleach, air fresheners, paper towels and toilet paper.

If anyone is in need of dog food or crates stop in during regular shelter hours. We are also taking jewelry donations for the garden party.

We welcome the help of adult volunteers to answer the phone, meet and greet people and help with other projects around the building and grounds. If interested give us a call or stop by for more information.