A few months ago while reading an article about a woman who had fostered over 180 babies in her lifetime, I instantly thought of Pamela Capps, a local Blanconian.
The humorous animated thought accommodating Pamela's "foster" care efforts was her arrival at "The Pearly Gates," greeted by the hundreds of animals she has saved or helped along the way. Pamela helps when animals are lost, found, and unknown, she provides crates and other tools for adopting parents, and she continues to provide education and corrective responses to our ongoing stray animal issues . Last month when "Emancipet" was here, I knew Pamela was behind it somewhere. As I visited the animal care mobile clinic, "Emancipet," I saw Pamela there and asked her about how many animals had she helped along the way.
Leslie, her friend standing next to her replied, "THOUSANDS, really... thousands... I have been her friend a long time."
Emancipet Mobile animal care clinic returns to Blanco July 29th. Great local, affordable animal CARE. (Fliers up near Blanco National Bank for details.)
Pamela is also active in launching a local based non profit … "B.A.R.K" Blanco Area Rescue Kennels. We can use some help... (Seems as if we have an epidemic in Blanco of folks dumping animals.)
A very special thank you to Pamela Capps for her ongoing love and passionate work for the critters... and for ALL of us who have used her as a resource and as the "go-to-person" for stray animals.
Thank you for drawing your circle of family to include all.