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Fiber Art Group

Rancho Murieta’s Fiber Art Group used their needle-and-thread magic Wednesday to make 29 dog blankets that will be delivered to the SPCA. From left are are Kim Pederson, Susie Overhauser, Sheryl Bray, Jane Barnes, Chris Pasek, Judith Embree and Lana Mason. The group meets at 10 a.m. the second Wednesday of the month at the Rancho Murieta Association Building. (Photos provided by Sheryl Bray.)

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Janet Nicholson's picture
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Nice job, Ladies!

The dogs and staff (and maybe some cats, too) at the SPCA will greatly appreciate receiving these.  We use these all the time at Kitten Central of Placer County for all our foster babies and are lucky to have several people who make them for us.  I'm not sure most people know how much these help us give the babies soft, snuggly places to take snoozes or to provide a barrier from a hard, cold floor.  And they don't last all that long because of the repeated bleach-filled launderings required by shelter care protocols.  (I was going to attach a picture of my latest baby, Bolt, who is 4 1/2 weeks old and just making the transition to bath baby, i.e., he's weaning, which means more of the food is on him than in him, but I couldnt add a photo.  LOL! )  Bless you all for doing this!

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