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Kool Pets Of The Week





Six year old Elizabeth is a friendly DLH mixed breed Tortie cat who would love to be a companion.  This sweet girl will require regular brushing to help maintain her beautiful fur.  Elizabeth is vaccinated, spayed, microchipped and litterbox trained.


Karl is 5 years young and weighs 45 pounds. He has experience with kids over 7 and is ok with cats and female dogs. He does not like being left for long periods of time, as he wants to be with his people. He loves walks, hikes, playing with toys and car rides. He is crate and house trained.



Flathead Shelter Friends, Inc., in keeping with their mission to increase pet adoption, to improve the quality of life for shelter animals, and to promote responsible pet ownership through its fundraising efforts, is proud to announce its latest pet promotion effort. The “Senior Pet Adoption/Veterinary Care Voucher” program provides $250.00 in veterinary care to “Senior” cats and dogs (those over 7 years of age) via a voucher redeemable at participating area veterinary clinics.

Funding for this effort was raised during the recent “Greatfish Challenge” sponsored by Whitefish Community Foundation. Both Flathead Shelter Friends, Inc. and Flathead County Animal Shelter wish to express their deepest gratitude to the kindness and generosity of all participants and supporters of this program.

 Petco Foundation Invests In Lifesaving Work of Flathead County Animal Shelter

A grant of $10,000.00 will extend efforts to save more animal lives in Flathead County, Montana.

Kalispell, MT July 1, 2017Flathead County Animal Shelter of Kalispell, MT today announced it has been awarded a $10,000.00 grant from the Petco Foundation to support its Disaster Response Planning Efforts.

Flathead County Animal Shelter is a municipal No-Kill animal shelter serving greater Flathead County. Since 1983 Flathead County has cared for the lost and/or homeless cats and dogs of Flathead County.

The Petco Foundation investment will help with the disaster response planning efforts of Flathead County Animal Shelter. The shelter is responsible for setting up a co-location animal shelter near Red Cross emergency shelters created to house individuals who have evacuated their homes in response to flooding, wildfires, and other natural disasters.

“This grant will greatly assist Flathead County’s ability to respond to the needs of area residents forced to evacuate themselves and their pets from homes which are in peril from pending natural disasters” said Cliff Bennett, Director of Flathead County Animal Shelter.

For more information about Flathead County Animal Shelter or the Petco Foundation, visit www.flathead.mt.gov/animal or www.petcofoundation.org. Join the conversation on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram or by using the hashtag #PetcoFoundation.


Kool 105 has teamed up with The Humane Society of Northwest Montana and The Flathead County Animal Shelter to bring you the Kool Pets of the Week.  These pets are available for adoption, simply call The Humane Society at 752-PAWS or The Flathead County Animal Shelter at 752-1310. Visit this page each week to meet two pets looking for a loving home.

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