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Kootenai Pets for Life Monthly Meeting Minutes February 1,2021.

Kootenai Pets for Life Meeting - February 1, 2020
The Kootenai Pets for Life monthly meeting was called to order by President Faith
Lee on Monday, February 1, 2021 at 5:00 pm at Flathead Community College
Attending were Faith Lee, Becky Monroe, Jeff Sharp, Susan Bulyar, Edwina Smith,
Bobbi McCanse, Eileen Carney, Linda Andreasen and Marge Sullivan.
The minutes from the January meeting were read by Bobbi McCanse. The
minutes were approved as read.
Becky gave the Treasurer's report. Our expenses have been up partially due to
medical expenses for Marley who has been diagnosed with a severe fungal
disease. Donations have been down.
Jeff gave the shelter report. In January we had 13 adoptions - 8 cats/kittens and 5
dogs. We took in 3 cats and one dog. One dog was returned to us. We have 6
cats and 15 dogs in foster. Most of the fosters will change to adoptions as soon as
the spay/neuter has been accomplished. At the end of January we had 18 cats
and 4 dogs in the Shelter. There were 28 animals either spayed or neutered in
January.
Eileen reported on Fund Raising. Money collected from Troy Banks was $14 and
$15.48 from the Libby Banks. We received $100 from Boutique Brielle.

Discussion of kennel procedures for Covid concluded that KPFL. will continue
with our current procedure for appointments, walk-ins and crew. This subject will
be revisited every 30 days.
The new momma cat/kitten room has progressed as expected. Jeff reported a
PVC cat tower that can easily be cleaned will be built for the new room.
Faith is looking for a volunteer that would be willing to call all the people that
have signed IOU’s when having spay/neuter or other business with the Shelter to
see if they are able to make a payment on money owed.

Faith reported her Mother will be unable to do the tax report for KPFL. She will try
to find someone to do this and report at next meeting.
Jeff and Faith will check on the phone and Internet connection at the Shelter as it
is poor.
Jeff will check on status of Butte cats - a case of hoarding cats has been brought to
the publics attention with the Butte facility handling spay and neuter and looking
for homes.
Pat Richards has taken Sparky, a medically challenged dog that requires insulin. He
has asked for help with medical costs as he only takes medically challenged pets
and expenses run high. Eileen made a motion to help Richards, seconded by
Becky. Voted and passed.
Linda made a motion to adjourn at 5:50 p.m, seconded by Marge. Meeting
adjourned.
Minutes submitted by Marge Sullivan for Bonnie Edmondson, Secretary

Kootenai Pets for Life Monthly Meeting Minutes January 4,2021.

Kootenai Pets for Life monthly meeting took place Monday January 4, 2021 at 5:00 pm at 33866 U.S. Hwy 2 W in the Montana Gallery.

Attending were Faith Lee, Bonnie Edmundson, Becky Monroe via phone, Jeff and Tessa Sharp, Susan Bulyar, Beth Kumle, Eileen Carney, Linda Andreason and  Marge Sullivan.

The minutes from the December 8, 2020 meeting were read.  Motion to acccept as read by Beth 1st and Bonnie 2nd.  Motion carried.

Becky gave the Treasurer's report.  We received the San's Grant for $3000.  It's unknown why it is $2000. less this year.   For December KPFL's net income was $526.15.

Jeff gave the shelter report.  In December there were 12 adoptions: 8 cats, 4 dogs.  Intakes 6:  3 cats, 3 dogs.  Fosters 29:  10 cats, 19 dogs.  Cats in shelter; 20.  Dogs in shelter; 5.  Spay/neuter 32:  23 cats, 7 dogs?  Microchip 3: 2 cats, 1 dog.

Eileen reported on Fund Raising.  We received a check from recycling for $227.00, andfrom Troy Banks we received $15.50.  Marge was unable to get to Botique Brielle.  Becky says we received a memorial donation of $50. to be used toward spay/neuter.  Jeff will be in charge of getting memorial info to Mark for website reporting and thank you.   We also received $27.50 for jars.

Discussion on what purpose our February fund raising should ask for brought up our need for  tooth cleaning equipment, a mobile ultra sound machine and cat room doors with windows.  Eileen will move forward with the letters.

Review of the new Governors mandate brought up kennel  procedure for Covid.  It was decided that KPFL will continue with our current procedure for appointments, walk-ins and crew.  This subject will be revisited every 30 days.

The new momma cat/kitten room is scheduled for Jan. 15/16.  Volunteers are available.  A vote was taken regarding 1 or 2 windows.  Motion by Beth for 2 windows, Bonnie 2nd.  Motion carried.

New business:  Becky is asking for a vote on going forward with using Faith's mom for KPFL taxes for 2020.  She would be donating her services with a CPA overseeing her.  Jeff motioned 1st to use Faith's mom and Beth 2nd.  Motion carried.

Motion to adjourn made by Bonnie 1st and Marge second.  Meeting adjourned at 5:36.

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