Monthly Archives: May 2011

East Sacramento’s Happy Tails Serves the Community


The longhaired, blue-eyed punk scaled a 30-foot tree and got himself stuck in the canopy for eight days. He made the evening news. A tree-trimming crew bagged the bad boy and rappelled him down. He then spent time in the pokey until Happy Tails bailed him out. With three of his nine lives ticked off, he is one lucky kitty.

Cats like Tarzan are “second chance cats” and they are Happy Tails Pet Sanctuary’s specialty.

Rescued from an uncertain fate at the Sacramento City Animal Shelter, he was brought to Happy Tails on Folsom Boulevard for a second chance at adoption. He was cleaned up, chipped, checked, vaccinated and neutered.

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East Sacramento Preservation Lecture Series Draws Standing Room Only Crowd

Ed Pandolfino

Dr. Ed Pandolfino packed the house with his presentation on Backyard Birding in East Sacramento. The capacity crowd enjoyed practical and lyrical information about native birds and local bird watching. With both humor and expertise, Pandolfino led the group on an exploration of the avian world around us.

Lecture Handout


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