Yummy dog treats

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  Owen Wood is a 5th grader at Ross School. His school project was to make doggie treats – gluten free! Fernando, one of our adoption dogs, is more than happy to give them a try. Thank you Owen!

That’s a lot of food!

Categories: Blog, Compassion In Action
    Westin and Gabriella Schaumleffel stopped by MHS with their mom to drop off a whopping 100 pounds of dog and cat food for the shelter animals! That is a BIG “random act of kindness.” Thank you Westin and Gabriella!

Random act of kindness

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    Denali Hut came to visit MHS with his mom while sharing his “random acts of kindness.” He loves cats and wanted to give the shelter cats some toys to play with while they were waiting to find their forever homes. The cats (and kittens!) thank you, Denali, for your kindness.

Vallecito Elementary’s Community Heroes

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Ian and Kai Probst, Wesley Fong and Summer Nelson got together to participate in Vallecito Elementary’s Community Heroes program with a bake and lemonade sale. They made $116 and donated it all to MHS to help the shelter animals. Thanks to all of you!

Animals, friends and lemonade

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Max Kline and Joseph and Katherine McPhail, along with a few other friends (not pictured), raised money for the shelter animals over the summer by hosting lemonade stands. They decided to wait until now to donate the money to MHS so that it can be used to help shelter animals in the new  year. They also donated a box …

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