Stanley Gonzales and John Phaneuff Raise Money and Roll Cameras in Memory of Buddy the Bassett Hound
John Phaneuf, Records Manager Kate Spiva and Stanley Gonzales.
A HUGE THANK YOU to Stanley Gonzales and John Phaneuf for raising money in honor of Buddy the Bassett Hound, who was set on fire and killed last hear. These gentleman did not want Buddy to die in vain. Instead they took action to help other animals in his memory. They have been raising money for animal shelters and rescue groups around Ventura County. Today they made a very generous donation to the the animals here at The Humane Society of Ventura County, made a video to help raise more funds and offered to volunteer their time to make videos of adoptable pets! HOW AWESOME ARE THEY? THANK YOU GENTLEMEN!
Megan is a female, brown tabby Domestic Shorthair. She is about 1 year old, and she has been at the Humane Society since October 29, 2013. Megan loves to be petted!
Ashton is a male, gray tabby Domestic Shorthair, who is 1 year old. Ashton has been at the Humane Society since July 30, 2013. Ashton is easy to overlook because of his shyness, but if you are slow and quiet he warms up and enjoys a good scratch!
What makes this so special is the bond that these two cats have cultivated throughout the past 7-8 months. What we are requesting is to find a home that would take both of these sweethearts. Please help us spread the word and find that special person willing to give these two shy kitties a home. We guarantee that house will be filled with love!
We really want these two to go home together so their adoption fees have been cut in half – $120 for both of these sweet cats. The adoption fee of $120 includes spay/neuter, vaccinations, free veterinarian visit, and microchip implantation. For more information on Ashton & Megan, or other adoptable animals, please call 805 646-6505. You can meet them Monday through Saturday from 10:00am to 6:00pm.