Aug 14 2017

10 Reasons to Strutt With Your Mutt!

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10 Reasons to Strutt! 
KC’s largest dog-friendly 3K/5K event
 
1. Form a team! Invite friends and family to join you on September 17. Start a new tradition!
2. Enter your dog into the Pet Costume Contest! Only $5 to enter. We will award 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place on stage!
3. Your registration fee ($35-$45) pays for an animal’s vaccinations.
4. You will get an updated 2017 Strutt event t-shirt! The shirt is blue and super soft.
5. All youth fundraising will be matched by a generous Wayside donor. Get creative in collecting for the waifs! Host a lemonade stand or ask a company to sponsor you.
6. Are you a runner? 5K participants will get a cool finisher’s medal!
7. Poppy’s Ice Cream truck will be giving free pup-cones at Strutt! Yum!
8. Be a Top Team! We’ve got awards for the Largest Team and Top Fundraising Team on Strutt day! Will you be a winner?
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9. Over 50 pet-related vendors in our Flealess Event Market – you’ll get tons of freebies and information on what our pet community has to offer! Be a vendor.
10. Earn fun prizes for your fundraising efforts! Check out our Prize Program here.
 
About Strutt
Strutt With Your Mutt is Sunday, September 17, 2017 in the Brookside neighborhood. We need your help to raise funds for the homeless pets at Wayside Waifs!
There are many ways you can help. Register your team today, fundraise and be a voice for the Waifs, and ask your friends and family to support you!
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Aug 11 2017

FIV: Fabulous, Invincible, and Valuable

FIV(Feline Immunodeficiency Virus) is a complex retrovirus that causes immunodeficiency disease in domestic cats. In non-fancy jargon, basically the cat’s body is unable to properly protect the immune system. As a result of immunodeficiency, most infected cats do not show symptoms and have a normal life expectancy, but they are prone to developing other infections and certain types of cancer. We adopt out FIV positive cats, and I just want to showcase how great they are, by explaining their unique quality.

A retrovirus, such as FIV, is slow-moving and can lay dormant in the body for months and even years. That is why most infected cats do not show symptoms right away and live a normal life expectancy. Many people compare it to the human virus HIV(Human Immunodeficiency Virus.) Genetics may or may not play a role in if a cat is more susceptible in getting the virus. The average age is five years at the time of diagnosis, and the likelihood of infection increases with age.

FIV is mainly passed from cat to cat through deep bite wounds, the kind that usually occur outdoors during aggressive fights and territorial disputes-the perfect reason to keep your cat inside. Another less common way is if the mother of a litter is FIV positive. She may pass that down to one or more of her kittens, which is where genetics comes into play. FIV is more common in males because of the more aggressive tendencies males get in terms of defending themselves in the outdoor territory, but female cats can get it as well. Cats who live indoors are the least likely to be infected. The most common cat that will get FIV is an un-altered, free-roaming, outdoor male cat who fights.

People cannot catch FIV, only from cat to cat. As mentioned above, symptoms take years to develop, but some of those are fever, weight loss,  anemia, dental disease, and sneezing, to name a few. If you think your cat has FIV, you should schedule an appointment with your veterinarian to get them tested. FIV infection is determined through a blood test, and sometimes they require another test be done later on for confirmation.

At this moment, there is no cure for FIV, but it is very manageable. There is a vaccine, but it does not protect all cats. Keeping your cat indoors is one of the most important things, so they don’t get sick, and they don’t infect others. By spaying and neutering your pet, the chances of getting the infection decrease. A vet might prescribe medicine to combat and secondary infections your cat may get. Monitoring your cat is really the most important way to stay one step ahead of this disease. If FIV continues to stay un-treated, the secondary infections they already develop can lead to life-threatening diseases/conditions.

As mentioned earlier, here at Wayside, we adopt out FIV cats because we believe they provide a unique quality to someone’s life, including ours! We have five FIV positive cats currently looking for their forever home. I figured I would take this opportunity to introduce them.

This handsome man is Blackbob. You can learn more about him here. He also has a video, which you can watch here.

This dashing orange man is Jaws. You can learn more about him here. He also has a video, which you can watch here.

This chatty dude is Captain. You can learn more about him here.


This little guy is Edison. You can learn more about him here.


This cuddly boy is Carter. You can learn more about him here.

These are all of our lovely FIV boys. I personally met all of them today, and they have two things in common; FIV and being complete love bugs! What is really nice is this sign is on the back of all of their kennel cards to explain to potential adopters what FIV is. 

Along with this note, our staff and volunteers are always so helpful if anyone has questions. I recommend giving any of these boys a try, they are all so sweet!

We are closed this week due to our Mega Match event during the weekend. I’ll post those hours below.

Monday-Thursday: Closed

Friday: 10:00-7:00

Saturday: 10:00-7:00

Sunday: 12:00-6:00

Written by Teryn


Aug 9 2017

Waif Wednesday

It’s time to meet our Waifs of the Week; Taylor, Merke, and Luck!

This is Taylor, a medium-sized two-year-old retriever mix. Taylor was brought to Wayside by a Louisiana transfer when they found her living in poor conditions. Thank goodness! Now that she is safe and comfortable, we can focus on finding her a family. Because of her past, she hasn’t seen much love and attention, so she’s really looking for someone to dote on her. She needs someone to teach her the ways of life. She’s motivated by food, so present a yummy treat and she is ready to learn! While she is sweet and loving, she is a bit unsure of herself, so she asks that you bring the whole family in to meet her, dogs included. She just wants to make sure you are the right fit! She is ready to prove to you that she is an amazing girl with a lot of love to give! Won’t you come out to Wayside and give her a chance?

You can learn more about Taylor here. Taylor also has a video, which you can view here.

This is Merke, a handsome five-year-old orange and white kitty. He’d like to describe himself as an orange tuxedo cat. Who says all tuxedos have to be black? Merke is declawed, and was surrendered to Wayside when his previous family had to move and couldn’t take him along. He came in with his sister Cedar, who has since been adopted. As long as proper introductions are followed, Merke should do well with another cat. The wonderful staff and volunteers can give you lots of good information about that. He has lived with kids in the past and did fine with them, but he is very sensitive to tail touches. His previous family had great things to say about him: “very good cat who likes to knead on you when you sleep and be played with a lot.” Here at Wayside, his favorite toy to play with is a feather wand. So much fun! Merke would love a family that will play with him! His Felinality is a Party Animal, meaning he’s a confident boy who loves hangout out! Think you can handle that?

Learn more about Merke here.

Lucky you! This is Luck, and he is a sweet two-year-old Beagle mix. He came to Wayside after his last shelter ran out of space for him, but not to worry. He is happy to be here! He’s ready to find his forever home! He’s a social guy who loves people. He is really energetic, so he asks that he goes home without children under the age of five. It is recommended he goes home without children under the age of ten, but that will depend on the child’s experience with dogs like him. He’s just really jumpy and excitable, and he does not want to hurt little ones! He is not easily motivated, so he needs a persistent owner to teach him Basic Obedience. Luck has lived with other dogs, and he did well with them. He does ask that you bring your dog to meet him so he can make sure you are a perfect match! He is a very sweet, loving boy, he just is really happy! His favorite activity is being with people, and I’ll bet he’ll make a great walking/running partner! Maybe it’s your lucky day, to come and meet Luck!

You can learn more about Luck here.

We are closed this week due to our big Mega Match event this weekend! I’ll post those hours here!

Our hours will be:

Monday-Thursday: Closed

Friday: 10:00-7:00

Saturday: 10:00-7:00

Sunday: 12:00-6:00

Written by Teryn


Aug 7 2017

Mega Match Alert!

There are some exciting times ahead! We are gearing up for our adoption event next week, and there are many animals ready to find their forever homes! In this post, I want to provide information about our event, as well as advertise some of our animals and give tips to potential adopters.

 

First, let me give you some event information. This year is a little different since we are doing it in August rather than October and it will be in conjunction with Great Plains SPCA and Kansas City Pet Project. The Petco Foundation is generously sponsoring the event. It’s a three-day event, and all animals available for adoption will be priced at thirty-five dollars. We are closed for adoptions the week of Mega Match beginning Monday, August Seventh, until Thursday, August Tenth. Our hours for the event are; Friday, August 11 – 10 am to 7 pm     Saturday, August 12 – 10 am – 7 pm Sunday, August 13– 12 – 6 pm. Our goal is to adopt out 170 animals over the course of the event.

 

Second, here are some tips  to help better your chances during our event.

 

  1. Get here early! Almost always there is a huge line outside the front doors by 10:00, so if you have a certain animal in mind, it might be wise to come and wait early.
  2. I would suggest having multiple dogs or cats in mind, because the line is first come first serve, so someone ahead of you could want the animal you do. If you aren’t picky and have multiple animals, it makes for a better outcome.
  3. Please be patient during this time, as we have limited staff and volunteers trying to go as fast as they can. Understand the process might take a couple hours depending on needs and situations.
  4. If you have a dog at home and are adopting a dog, our adoptions staff are willing to put a two-hour hold on a dog so you can go home and get yours for a dog-to-dog.
  5. Understand that this is a high-stress event; meaning animals, staff, volunteers, and members of the public are emotional during this time. We should try and remain calm so the animals don’t pick up on our stress.

Those are really the only tips you need for an event-everything else relies on time management.

 

Finally, I would like to show you some pictures of our very adoptable Waifs!

Pictures in order: Bert, Dutch, Beau, Buster, Everett, Jon, Nugget, and Marshmellow

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Please note we will have special hours the week of the KC Megamatch (Friday, August 11 – Sunday, August 13)

 

Monday: CLOSED

Tuesday: CLOSED

Wednesday: CLOSED

Thursday: CLOSED

Friday: 10am – 7pm

Saturday: 10am-7pm

Sunday: 12pm-6pm

Written by Teryn

 


Jun 23 2017

Fourth of July Safety Tips

It’s the time of year to celebrate Independence Day! It is an annual Federal holiday commemorating the adoption of the Declaration of Independence and registering as a country, the United States of America. We typically celebrate with family, friends, fireworks, and good times. However, our furry friends don’t enjoy the holiday as much as we do, so we here at Wayside thought it would be helpful to provide tips on Fourth of July safety for our four-legged family members.

1. Have updated ID and photos of all your pets.

This goes without saying, but sometimes the animals get so nervous and scared they might try to run off and find a safe place. Having proper identification and updated photos greatly increases their chances of coming home sooner. At our store Whiskers & Wags, we sell a variety of collars and ID tags that you can purchase on campus.

2. Leave your pets at home.

To avoid something like a lost pet happening, and to ease your furry friends’ stress, consider leaving them at home for the celebration. Most pets do not want to be near fireworks when they are set off, and find the most comfort at home. Please do not lock them in the car either, because they could suffer from heat stroke and/or brain damage.

3. Don’t put insect repellant on your pet.

This also should go without saying, but if your family is having a get-together and you would like to take your pets before the fireworks show, do not put insect repellant or sunscreen on your pet. There are certain ingredients in both that are poisonous for animals, and will have effects like neurological disorders and lethargy.

4. Never leave alcoholic beverages unattended to where your pets could reach them.

Dogs and cats are naturally curious, and if a beer or cocktail is left on the ground, they might consider knocking it over and drinking it. If consumed, the animal can get intoxicated and very weak, and could even go into a coma. Put those drinks on coasters on a high-rise table so they are unable to reach it, and provide fresh water for them to drink instead.

5. Keep your pet on their normal diet.

This is the time of year when people are barbecuing more and more because the weather is nice. And keep in mind that foods such as onions, chocolate, coffee, avocado, grapes, raisins, salt and yeast dough can all be potentially toxic to companion animals. Any change, even for one meal, can give your pet severe indigestion and diarrhea.

6. Don’t give your pet access to glow jewelry. 

Glow jewelry is that super popular item that people put in freezers and wraps around your joints in place of bracelets and necklaces. While the luminescent substance contained in these products is not highly toxic, excessive drooling and gastrointestinal irritation could still result from ingestions, and intestinal blockage could occur from swallowing large pieces of the plastic containers.

7. Don’t force your pet into a costume for the holiday. 

It may seem cute to dress them up in the red, white, and blue, but unless your dog (or even less likely, your cat) loves to play dress-up, don’t push the issue. If they have a medical condition, some sort of loose clothing is definitely acceptable. Also, if your animal shuts down during the fireworks, consider purchasing a thunder shirt, which can be found at our store Whiskers & Wags. They are proven to help make animals feel safe and secure, while keeping anxiety levels down.

8. Do keep matches and lighter fluid out of the animals’ reach.

Certain types of matches contain chlorates, which could potentially damage blood cells and result in difficulty breathing—or even kidney disease in severe cases. Lighter fluid can be irritating to skin, and if ingested can produce gastrointestinal irritation and central nervous system depression. Keep those items on a high-rise table out of their reach, and all will be well!

9. Consider getting calming treats and Adaptil collars

Calming treats and Adaptil/anti-anxiety collars are both sold in our retail store Whiskers & Wags, and they have been helpful to ease stress for our animals here. The collar mimics the dogs’ natural pheromone that helps ease tension, and can help them relax during a fireworks display, as long as they are indoors. Calming treats will help do the same things, and will taste good as well!

10. Brush up on flea/tick treatment.

Ticks and fleas are more abundant than ever because of the mild winter we had. They will find a host environment in dogs and cats, and during a celebration it might go unnoticed. We also sell seresto collars which help battle unwanted visitors for up to eight months. They will help during that barbecue and high heated areas! They can be found at our retail store Whiskers & Wags.

These are just some tips that help our furry friends, and you, prepare for the celebratory holiday! Enjoy, and be safe! Our retail store Whiskers & Wags is open during our adoption hours, provided below.

Adoption Hours:

Monday: CLOSED
Tuesday: CLOSED
Wednesday: Noon-8pm
Thursday: Noon-8pm
Friday: Noon-8pm
Saturday: 10am-6pm
Sunday: 1pm-6pm

Written by Teryn


May 2 2014

Costume Ins-purr-ration for the 2014 Fur Ball Gala

fur ball galaAs you may know, this year’s Wayside Waifs-sponsored Fur Ball Gala is centered around a fun baseball theme. Because our organization has some serious spunk, we like to celebrate and fundraise in true style. To get you warmed up and ready for the big night, we have comprised a short list of ideas from our very own Look Book.

Baseball Costumes That Will Make the Crowd Bark

Base 1 – Ease into this year’s A League of Their Own-inspired theme with a classic baseball T-hat combination. Keeping things casual with a timeless three-quarter-length baseball T is a sure way to blend in with the crowd. A comfy T paired with a baseball hat of your choosing – we’re partial to the Royals – is sure to earn you a round of applause.

Base 2 – Want to step up your costume game, while showing your favorite team in the league some love? Be royal at this year’s gala by sporting your favorite dark blue Royals jersey and fan swag. And if you’re root, root, rooting for another team, that’s okay, too. We welcome friendly rivalries.

Base 3 – For a non-traditional approach to this year’s theme, pay tribute to the hardworking men and women who distribute tasty beverages and savory finger foods throughout ball games.  Hotdogs. Cotton candy.  Lemonade. The options are limitless, and think how much fun – and treats — you can have as you get your costume together.

Base 4 – Cross home plate with a splash and go all out with a full-fledged baseball ensemble. Tube socks, cropped pants, a jersey, and a glove will have you looking like you’re on the roster. And, if you want to take your outfit to the next level, throw on an umpire’s mask and chest protector for good measure.

Tune In

On May 10th you can see the costumes firsthand at our annual Fur ball Gala, which will be held at the Overland Park Convention Center. And, if you cannot make it out for this year’s festivities, be sure to follow our social media feeds for live updates.

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Shelter Hours:

Wednesday-Friday Noon-8pm

Saturday 10am-6pm

Sunday 1pm-6pm

 


Jul 6 2010

Can’t Miss July Events

After you recover from your 4th of July celebrations, make plans to join Wayside Waifs at one of our upcoming July events to raise much-needed funds and awareness about our life-saving efforts! 

Coming this Saturday, July 10th… Diamonds for Dogs!  Yes, Diamonds and Dogs!  What more could a girl (or guy) ask for?  Karats Jewelry at the Deer Creek Shopping Center is hosting a fundraiser, and some of our puppies will be the models!  5% of Karats’ sales from this event will go directly to Wayside Waifs.  The event is from 2 to 6 p.m. this Saturday at Karats at 135th & Metcalf. 

Then on Sunday, July 11th, we’ll help Woof’s Play & Stay celebrate its 2nd Anniversary!  This Wild West Celebration will be fun for you and your four-legged friend.  Your best friend can take a dip in bone & paw shaped pools and  try out an agility course!  There will also be lots of free treats and prizes!  Image Arts will be on hand to take adorable pet photos… and you can check out some cool vendors!  The fun goes from 10 to 2 at Woof’s Play and Stay in Merriam. 

On July 13th head to On the Border at the Summitwoods Shopping Center in Lee’s Summit and 10% of your food and drink purchases will be donated to Wayside Waifs!  Enjoy some delicious fajitas, tacos or margaritas and you’ll be helping homeless animals at the same time!  Make sure you tell your server that you are dining out for Wayside Waifs. 

If you are heading to the Lilith Fair on July 15th make sure and stop by the ASPCA and Wayside Waifs booth!  We’ll be there promoting our life-saving mission with our friends from the ASPCA.  This year’s Lilith Fair lineup includes animal lover Sarah McLachlan and Heart!  

It’s also time to register for the 20th Annual Strutt With Your Mutt on September 25th.  This year we’re going all out with a brand new 5K Fun Run, Kids Run and Cat Walk.  For full event details please visit www.waysidewaifs.org/strutt.  Get your friends, family and co-workers involved by Strutting together as a dog pack!  

Tail wags to Karats, Woof’s Play & Stay, On the Border, Lilith Fair and ASPCA for helping make all of our July events possible.

Written by Ashlee Parker
Communications Relations Manager at Wayside Waifs


Jun 8 2010

Jazzy June Events

Start working your costume now for the Delaware Dog Street Parade!
Start working your costume now for the Delaware Dog Street Parade!

Can you believe it’s already June?  Wayside Waifs is gearing up for another great month of events and fundraisers!  We hope you can join us at one, two or all of our June events!  Keep your eyes peeled for the Wayside mobile adoption unit!  We’re taking our waifs on the road this month for mobile adoption events all around the metro!

Wayside will get jazzy on Saturday, June 12th.  From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The Phoenix Jazz Club in downtown Kansas City is hosting a charity brunch benefiting Wayside. For just $20, you will enjoy a delicious breakfast buffet, a complimentary breakfast cocktail and live jazz music by Lonnie McFadden and his special guest!  Our mobile adoption unit will be there, so guests can mingle with our waifs!  We hope to see you there! 

The very next weekend, Saturday June 19th, Wayside is heading to the River Market for the 3rd Annual Delaware Street Dog Parade, the shortest parade in history!  This is an event you and your dog don’t want to miss!  Most of the canine participants dress to impress and compete for great prizes and “barking” rights!  Registration is just $10 and all proceeds benefit Wayside Waifs.  Of course our mobile adoption until will be there… and our waifs will be prominently featured at this great event! 

On the 26th… we’re heading west… to Village West, to be exact.  Nebraska Furniture Mart has invited our waifs to a special adoption event!  We hope they’ll all find homes that day! 

Save the date for these wonderful Fall events:  

September 25:  20th Annual Strutt With Your Mutt
October 3rd:  Bark at the K
October 9th:  Kicks for K-9’s

For information about any of these upcoming events please contact Ashlee Parker, Communications Manager, at 816-986-4417 or aparker@waysidewaifs.org


May 13 2010

A Dog’s Purpose


We are very pleased to tell you about a wonderful opportunity that’s come our way-a partnership with Rainy Day Books to raise important funds for Wayside Waifs. 

A great new novel about dogs, A Dog’s Purpose, is coming out July 6, 2010.  Between now and then, Rainy Day Books is accepting orders for the book, “pre-sales” as they are called.   For every pre-sale of A Dog’s Purpose, Rainy Day Books will donate 10% of the cover price to Wayside Waifs.  That’s around $2.20 for every pre-sale.  It could add up quickly, providing us badly needed funds!   Best yet, it is money we make without having to spend money-there’s no overhead cost to us.

This novel is being lauded by some of the nation’s top animal advocates.  More about that below, but first, here are the details of the program.  To support this effort, all you need to do is buy one or more copies of A Dog’s Purpose by going to the book store’s website or by phoning in your order at (913) 384-3126, or by visiting the store to place your order at 2706 W. 53rd Street,, Fairway, KS 66205

Be sure to tell them you want the money to go to Wayside Waifs, as they are donating to two charities in this program.  A Dog’s Purpose is written by the NY Times Bestselling Author and nationally syndicated newspaper columnist W. Bruce Cameron.  Read more about the author at www.adogspurpose.com .

 

Written by Ashlee Parker
Communications Relations Manager at Wayside Waifs


Apr 16 2010

Don’t Miss These Tail Waggin’ Events Benefiting Wayside!

Meowza, do we have a busy spring!  Our event calendar is jam-packed with incredible events, all benefiting Wayside Waifs.  If you are looking for something fun to do in the coming weeks, we hope to see you at some of our fantastic upcoming events.  Check out this list, and get involved with us!

This weekend, April 17 &18, Wayside Waifs will be at the 2010 Pet Expo at the American Royal Complex.  We’ll have adorable puppies and foster dogs available for adoption, and you can check out our mobile adoption unit!  You’ll find us in Hale Arena, right by the Dock Diving Dogs!  If you have a pet, don’t miss the Pet Expo!  Wayside Waifs will receive a portion of the proceeds from the ticket sales.

On May 1st & 2nd Wayside Waifs will be part of the Spring Races at Kansas Speedway!  Our adorable Waifs will be hanging out at the track before the Indy Car race on Saturday and the Truck races on Sunday.  Stop by our mobile adoption unit and take home your new best friend!

Feeling groovy?  Ready to do the hustle and raise money for Wayside?  Don’t miss “Caturday Night Fever:  A Disco Fur Ball” May 8th at the Overland Park Convention Center.  Break out your 70s leisure suits and platform shoes… because this will be a night of dancing on the hottest new dance floor in Kansas City… and you’ll be the first to try it!  Our live & silent auctions are loaded with the hottest must-have items of the year!  You’ll also be treated to a delicious gourmet dinner… and you’ll have an opportunity to cuddle up with the cutest puppies you’ve ever seen.  Tickets and sponsorships are still available, but going fast!  For more information check out www.waysidewaifs.org/furball

Get your poker buddies ready for this big event: Gail’s Harley-Davidson’s Putt For Mutts Texas Hold’em Poker Tournament benefiting Wayside.  The tourney will be held in a huge tent at Gail’s.  Buy-in is just $35 and table sponsorships are available as well.  Great prizes will be up for grabs all night… and of course our Waifs will be there too!  The action starts Friday, May 14th at 7 p.m.

Think your dog has what it takes to be “Best in Show?”  Join us for the 1st Annual Crestwood Dog Show.  This great family event will be hosted by Fox 4 Meteorologist Karli Ritter and judged by some well-known Kansas Citians.  Prizes will be awarded for the “Most Wonderful Dog” small, medium and large categories.   “Best Costume” and “Best in Show” ribbons are also up for grabs.  Registration is only $10.  The Show will be held on May 15th from 9 a.m. to Noon right outside Aixois restaurant at 55th & Brookside Boulevard.

On Sunday, May 23rd, bring your dog to Westwood Park for the annual Vinca’s Dog Day in the Park, hosted by Boozefish Wine Bar.  Proceeds from the celebration will benefit Wayside Waifs and the Humane Society of Greater Kansas City.

Live in the Northland?  We’re coming to your next of the woods on June 5th!  Our mobile adoption unit will be part of the Arts Festival in Liberty.  Stop by and visit us!

A week later, on June 12th, The Phoenix is hosting a Jazz Brunch, to raise money for our Waifs.  Enjoy the dazzling vocals of Valerie Price and a delicious brunch menu!  There will also be a special Beer Garden, where you can mingle with our Waifs and enjoy the music.

Then June 19th we’ll be in the River Market for the 3rd Annual Delaware Street Dog Parade, the shortest parade in history.  Prizes will be awarded for the best dressed dogs!

And save the date for these wonderful Fall events:  

September 25:  20th Annual Strutt With Your Mutt
October 3rd:  Bark at the K
October 9th:  Kicks for K-9’s

For information about any of these upcoming events please contact Ashlee Parker, Communications Manager, at 816-986-4417 or aparker@waysidewaifs.org


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