RUTH STEINERT SPCA & BOY SCOUT TROOP 232

Boy Scouts & Bernice Kisulenz

Pictured  are Members of Troop 232, West Hazleton on Sunday October 20th.  The Scouts presented some of the beds that they had made for this shelter.  As I have said we as a society when children are violent – they seem to get unlimited publicity and we cannot read enough about them.  How about when children as pictured above do a good deed we honor them and publicize them.  Here they are with the product they assembled that is going to a ANIMAL SHELTER that the residents cannot even thank them.  This is the youth of America we can be proud of.

 

Also in the picture are Bridget Barder, Asst. Manager & Lori Sult, Director of the Ruth Steinert Memorial SPCA.  It is located in Pine Grove, Pa 17963.  They were burnt to the ground about two years ago and have now rebuilt.  If you live in their area or even if you do not they are in NEED.  I’m sure that any contribution of any dog or cat items would be appreciated. Contact them at www.rsmspca.org or rsmspca@yahoo.com or Facebook – Ruth Steinert Memorial Spca. The people who work and manage the shelters we supply the beds to are the true heros as everday they are faced with with mans companions that are discarded or given up for so many reasons.  They nurture, provide shelter, feed and do everything possible to make them feel comfortable and bring them back to health again.   All that we have to do as a society is adopt from shelters.

Also in the picture on the very right is Bernice Kistulenz she has volunteered to sew our covers for us.

 

 

Paul Kattner

I am retired after working as an industrial mechanic for most of my work career. I am married have had animals friends almost my whole life. This project that I have taken on has given me more satisfaction than my whole work career. So far over 600 beds and 60 cat bunks or towers have been made and donated to various shelters. Some new items were dog bunk beds and cat hammocks. I sleep at night knowing that in a small way we have made a difference in the life of the animals who have received our beds. We have sent beds to Nebraska, Texas, State of Washington and New Jersey. We have helped Eagle Scouts in their projects and in turn they have helped us.

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