Thank you to Ned Wall for letting us work out of Wall Family Center. Thank you to Dallas Stevens for handling the purchase of supplies. Thanks to the great cooks: Tonya Toni Evans, Angela Gatton, Peggy Gatewood, Shanon Lansdowne, Stacy Peoples , Ingrid Schell, Linda Semrad, Joan Carter Tongier, and Judy Kay Hall Wilson. Thank you to the workers and drivers: Dean Cramer, Dawn Evans, Jimmy Evans, Ivy Gatton, Nico Merchant, Stacy Peoples, Ingrid Schell, Debbie Shaw, Debi Vranekovic, and Debbie Wolverton. Because of these people we got 352 lunches to 45 places in approximately an hour and a half. Just amazing! We also want to thank Dr. Jupe Allen and Oswego Locker for generously donating the beef for the taco and vegetable beef soups.

THANK YOU, PARSONS AREA COMMUNITY FOUNDATION for awarding PALS a grant in the amount of $7,000!!! This much-needed money will be used to help pay the medical expenses of our cats and dogs, including spays/neuters and vaccinations. And thank you, Virginia Wommack, for setting up our endowed fund at the Foundation!

2017

Children's Library Summer Program

2013


THANK YOU PARSONS WALMART for your $1,000 Community Grant award to help us purchase food for the dogs who are waiting at the shelter for their forever homes. We appreciate your trust in us!

2014

GRANDVIEW CABINETRY has done it again--donated new supply cabinets! Thank you, Grandview!!!.

Christmas Parade

NEW DOG HOUSES!

​Sincere thanks to Petfinder Foundation for the $650 award and to the Tau Theta Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa for their award of $1,000 to purchase new igloo-style dog houses. Some of ours were in serious need of replacement, and both of these organizations came through with the funds to do so. Since our dogs spend most days outside (depending on weather), we are sure they appreciate their new abodes. Thank you, Petfinder Foundation (@petfinderfoundation) and Tau Theta Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa!

The Petfinder Foundation awarded PALS a Cat Enrichment Grant to purchase 2 cat towers!  @petfinderfoundation

2015

2020

2009

Aluminum can recycling bins built and erected by J.R. Wildwood of Wichita--Oswego and King Cash Savers and Allen Veterinary in Parsons. He also made the sign for in front of the shelter. Mr. Wildwood died in 2021 after building these bins for animal shelters in more than 60 cities in Kansas.

2016

2019

LCC Cardinal and Gizmo

2010

2021

2011