KKBN Pet of the Week 05.12.20

CiCi

KKBN,

 

I would like to nominate my dog Cici as a KKBN pet of the week.  We adopted Cici in February of 2019 from American Brittany Rescue (ABR).

 

Cici was rescued in Salt Lake City Utah, where someone dumped her off at a shelter – where ABR scooped her up and posted her for adoption. 

 

Not much is known about her, she is about 5 years old, well behaved and well trained – she knows high-five, shakes hands, sits, heels – all good manners that a dog should know.  We, nor ABR, could ever figure out why someone would dump her off at a shelter. 

 

She has been a real treat and a great girl.  We found out about Cici on the ABR website, submitted our application and before you know it, we flew to Salt Lake, picked her up and road tripped back to California to start her new life. 

 

She is just a little lover, gets along with our cats and if she has any flaws, for some reason she is just not into toilet paper rolls – if we leave her alone at the house with a toilet paper roll within reach, we are in for a pick up session as she shreds them pretty good.

 

I hope you find Cici worthy of selection in an upcoming KKBN Pet of the Week.

 

Garry Erck

 

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KKBN Hard Working Man 05.06.20

Kirk William Jensen

My husband, Kirk Jensen, is the hardest working man I know.

Kirk is a graduate of Cal Poly. He studied Agriculture.  While he was a young boy, he spent a lot of time with his grandfather, a gentlemen farmer.  Kirk was in his element. From those early visits, Kirk was hooked!

Kirk farms walnuts, almonds, and row crops. In addition, he has a walnut processing plant and ships walnuts all over the world as well as marketing the walnuts.  He has many loyal and dedicated employees and Kirk treats them like his extended family.

Although he works long hours and most every day, he always makes his family a priority as well!  He leaves for work before the sun rises and gets home after the sun sets.  In addition, he makes time to be a director of our local water board to serve his community and be good steward for our precious water.

Kirk Jensen is the hardest working man I know, and we love our dedicated farmer.

Thank you in advance for your consideration.

Stacy Jensen  

Winners receive gifts from our sponsors:

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Jim’s Automotive on Shaws Flat – Family owned and operated since 1950 – call 532-3624

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KKBN Hard Working Man 04.29.20

Mike Tomte

I’d like to nominate my husband, Mike Tomte, for the Hard Working Man award!

He has always been super helpful around the house on top of working full time, but since we found out our first baby was coming, he’s really stepped it up. He makes all our dinners, does projects around the house, cleans, and volunteers to work a ton of overtime.

It’s been especially helpful when I miss work due to doctor appointments etc. He never makes me feel bad when I feel like I’m not pulling my weight.

I love my hardworking man!

Bethany Tomte  

Winners receive gifts from our sponsors:

Central Valley Fiberglass Pool Company – Step Out of the Stone Age – call 209-422-9829

Jim’s Automotive on Shaws Flat – Family owned and operated since 1950 – call 532-3624

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KKBN Pet of the Week 04.28.20

DeeDee

 

DeeDee is a very affectionate and energetic little girl.

DeeDee is a special case as she was seized by animal control officers from a terrible situation, found starving with her siblings. This is why she craves so much attention and just wants to feel loved and secure.

DeeDee will need to be adopted into a very patient home with adopters who are willing to work with her daily and give her the affection she deserves.

DeeDee would do best in a home without small children or cats as she gets very excited and jumpy at times.

DeeDee’s personality in the shelter vs. in a home is day and night. If given the opportunity to learn a consistent routine and know she is in a safe environment, DeeDee will blossom.

To learn more about this special little girl, give us a call at (209) 984 – 5489.

Megan Scoullar

Humane Society of Tuolumne County

 

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