A bright ray of light and love was abruptly taken from us when Judith Paul, 64, died in a tragic car accident on Sunday, September 27th. Judy was doing what she loved best - transporting two homeless puppies to her Corvallis home, lovingly referred to as "Dawg Gone Acres". One puppy survived the crash and has been adopted by a friend, while the other accompanied Judy on to her next adventure.
The board and volunteers of MTCAN would like to express their appreciation for all of the heartfelt love and kindness that has been shared with the loss of our dear friend, Judy Paul.
We are often asked about our future as an organization and in all honesty we do not know how that future looks right now. We need some time to grieve and are not making any major decisions until we are able to clear our heads and our hearts.
MTCAN will be taking a hiatus for the a while, as we ponder how we can best honor our animal companions and Judy’s memory. Please keep an eye on our website (www.mtcan.org) and on our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/MTCAN.INC) for updates as they happen.
Montana Companion Animal Network exists to actively assist shelters, rescues and private pet owners in order to save the lives of healthy, homeless, adoptable animals in our community. Our "vision" will take a community to accomplish. Won't you join us? With your help MTCAN SAVE LIVES!