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Put Some Spring Into Your Step!

Now that spring has officially sprung, the fresh mountain air will do you, and your four-legged friends, a world of good! Here are a few great links to articles that will help you and your canine loved ones get some exercise and improve your health!,,20938047,00.html

Shop to Benefit IMHS

Help IMHS every time you buy groceries by purchasing one of our reloadable gift cards. Whatever you put on the reloadable card gets IMHS 5% every time! Please purchase and reload every time you shop. The cards are also usable at the pharmacy, gas stations, and Starbucks associated with the stores and good across the country. They make great gifts for those who don't live here. Stop by the shelter, call (303) 838-2668, or email us to purchase cards.

Mark Your Calendar for the May 17 Membership Meeting

The upcoming May Membership Meeting on May 17th will be an event not to be missed. Come out to see what we accomplished in 2015, honor our members, volunteers and partners. Memberships can be purchased at the event. We'll vote in our new board and recognize our out-going Board President Cheryl Ide who has given so much to IMHS. Check back in the May newsletter for more info/time and location. Current members will receive a letter in the mail about this.

Donation Spotlight - Vehicle Donation

Who says breaking up is hard to do? No such thing as uncomplicated break-ups you say? I beg to differ. After 18 years together, IMHS made our parting easy and painless. It was dark and windy the night Jimmy, my SUV, went lifeless on highway 285. The mechanic said $3500 to get him running again and although Jimmy and I had been together a long time we both knew that was a bigger commitment than we could make. So I contacted my neighbor, a IMHS board member and asked if IMHS would accept vehicle donations. Within minutes she supplied a link and a phone number to begin the process. It was simple, only took about 2 minutes to complete the form on line. Next day I received a follow-up call fro

Volunteer Superstars

Mother and son, Chris and Caedon Kelly, IMHS’ Saturday afternoon volunteers, have been recognized for all their dedicated hours given to helping the animals, assisting the public while at the shelter and offering great advise with compassion and respect. 12-year-old Caedon has especially grown both in his abilities to handle animals and recognize animal behavior since they both began volunteering at IMHS in October of 2014. The two have been awarded a pair of tickets to the Alamo Theater in Littleton.

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