Uncategorized FOTAS and Aiken County Animal Shelter Photo Gallery Posted on November 27, 2018 by Bob Gordon untitled-290 copy untitled-336 untitled-371 copy FOTAS TENT 1526056820 51748 Pumpkin Linnette Abby Grant, who won the Adopt a Shelter Pet Coloring Contest in the Aiken Standard, plays with a kitten at the shelter. Volunteer Joanne Goble with recently adopted Retriever mix GLENDA HANK, now adopted, was one of the first Shelter dogs to use the doggy treadmill. Skye Junior FOTAS students meet and read to NERO during their recent visit to the Animal Shelter. Tori T One of the many surrendered dogs at the County Shelter waits for a chance to be adopted. Rosetta is a clothes hound who loves kids and belly rubs. Polo was rescued from a life of neglect and needs a good home. Rosetta is housebroken, gets along with most other dogs and cats, and is a lovable character. She deserves a great forever home. Bueller Snoopy Ace Susi Cohen’s (left) dog training class at the ACAS is helping USC Aiken Psychology students learn their craft while also preparing dogs for adoption. The USCA students work closely with and get to know the dogs during their training. Despite Junior FOTAS’s promotion of Rosetta on social media, she has yet to be adopted. Junior FOTAS members raised money for the shelter animals at Aiken’s Makin’. Junior FOTAS students took photos with adorable, adoptable Rosetta to post on social media. Tulip During the helicopter golf ball drop event, nearly 1,000 golf balls are released from 300 feet onto a target below. On tournament day, Sandy Staiger reviews final details with a representative from The Reserve Club at Woodside. A golf tournament participant checks out the prizes and gift baskets provided by sponsors. Skye gets some love from FOTAS Volunteer Karen Loughran before going on a walk with Volunteer Sharon Johnson. King was one of the neglected dogs rescued and brought to the County Shelter. Volunteer John Berk and Kromer. FOTAS Volunteer Joanne Goble enjoys some quiet time with sweet Charlie, a special needs, three-legged dog. Volunteer Judy Kolb spends quality time with Queenie. Princess Teddy Eddie USC Aiken Assistant Professor Dr. Meredith Elzy (left) walks Tiger as one of her students works with Billie. Both shelter dogs are steadily gaining more confidence through training. Kathy Jacobs calms an excitable, young Pibble. Blaze Polo Bob Gordon Giving Thanks at the Aiken County Animal Shelter The County Shelter’s Community Cat Program Works!