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Nola's Notes
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December 1, 2021


10/15/2021 4:53:00 PM
Nola's Notes
New junior intern at Suncoast Humane Society
At a young age, Jarrah already knows what she wants to be when she grows up - a veterinarian. She has been working hard to make her dream a reality. After taking junior veterinarian classes and volunteering at a local animal hospital, Jarrah decided her resume already needed more. Recently, she began her junior internship at Suncoast Humane Society. Jarrah’s mother dropped her off for her first day with tears in her eyes. “I’m just really proud of her,” she said. Jarrah stepped foot in the clinic wearing her embroidered lab coat and matching stethoscope decked out in purple, her favorite color. As a pet lover and mathematical prodigy, Jarrah is passionate about the work veterinarians do to ensure helpless animals get a second chance at a happy life. “Suncoast Humane Society is committed to building a future where all pets are loved and cared for. Welcoming Jarrah to our team as a junior intern, helping to prepare her for studies in veterinarian care is an honor,” said Maureen O’Nell, CEO of SHS. “Jarrah is the future of animal care, and we are pleased to help encourage and support her journey.”
New junior intern at Suncoast Humane Society
At a young age, Jarrah already knows what she wants to be when she grows up - a veterinarian. She has been working hard to make her dream a reality. After taking junior veterinarian classes and volunteering at a local animal hospital, Jarrah decided her resume already needed more. Recently, she began her junior internship at Suncoast Humane Society. Jarrah’s mother dropped her off for her first day with tears in her eyes. “I’m just really proud of her,” she said. Jarrah stepped foot in the clinic wearing her embroidered lab coat and matching stethoscope decked out in purple, her favorite color. As a pet lover and mathematical prodigy, Jarrah is passionate about the work veterinarians do to ensure helpless animals get a second chance at a happy life. “Suncoast Humane Society is committed to building a future where all pets are loved and cared for. Welcoming Jarrah to our team as a junior intern, helping to prepare her for studies in veterinarian care is an honor,” said Maureen O’Nell, CEO of SHS. “Jarrah is the future of animal care, and we are pleased to help encourage and support her journey.”

Nola


A Howling for E.A.R.S.
The White Rabbit Saloon invites you to the Third Annual A Howling for E.A.R.S. on Saturday, October 16 at 7pm. This event benefits Englewood Animal Rescue Sanctuary (E.A.R.S.). Enjoy an evening of food, dancing, live music by Johnny Lee Howard, raffles, 50/50 and a silent auction. Donations for E.A.R.S. are greatly appreciated. Besides monetary donations, the rescue needs bleach, paper towels, dog and cat food, toys, treats, hand sanitizer, cat litter, blankets, and puppy pads. The White Rabbit Saloon is located at 8282 Wiltshire Dr. Phone: 623•5925.
Wild for wildlife!
While the Baby Wildlife Season is coming to an end, the Paul A. Veronica H. Gross Wildlife Center’s work and rehabilitation of the babies continues. If you missed your chance to participate in assisiting these orphaned wildlife, please take this opportunity to help in any way that you can. Every donation, hour volunteered, and in-kind gift received goes a long way to help save our wildlife. The center is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization located at 925 North Jackson Road, Venice. For additional information call 484•9657, or visit www.wildlifeswfl.org..





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