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Second Chance - Mason Animal Rescue News
Wednesday, February 20, 2013 • Posted February 20, 2013

The members of Second Chance – Mason Animal Rescue would like to send a great big thank you out to everyone who came to Saturday’s reception at Topaz Confections. It was a wonderful opportunity to educate folks about the work the group does and to help raise money for a great cause.

A very special thank you goes to Nancy Wooldridge, owner of Topaz Confections for hosting the event and to Bonnie Beam and Andrea Wilson for serving as baristas for the day. Thank you so much for your support!

The money raised Saturday will go toward Second Chance’s yearlong spay and neuter campaign and to help find forever homes for the animals that come into the City of Mason pound. If you missed the event and would like to make a donation, you can drop off donations of money or supplies at the Chamber of Commerce office.

Second Chance will also be hosting additional fundraisers throughout the year as the 2013 spay and neuter campaign continues.

We also cannot say enough good things about the folks at Tractor Supply in Brady. They have been amazingly generous in their support. In conjunction with Second Chance’s pet adoption event at the store, the employees held a bake sale to raise money for Second Chance.

The employees donated the supplies and the family of store manager Braun Clark cooked the goodies and manned the table. A very special thank you goes out to those three young ladies and the store employees who donated their time and energy to helping the animals of Mason.

Tractor Supply has also been generously donated pet food and supplies several times, including a large donation last week. A large part of last week’s donation of pet food went to the City of Mason pound to help feed the cats and dogs as Second Chance works to find them their forever home.

This week’s pets of the week are Samson and Delilah, six month old Great Pyrenees mix puppies. These sweets pups are a little shy at first but they warm up quickly. They get along with other dogs. Samson and Delilah are good sized dogs and still have some growing left to do. They will need a fenced yard to exercise in and a loving and patient family to help them overcome their shyness.

If you are interested in one or both of the pups, please contact Second Chance at 347-6929 or at

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