🌱 The Humane Society offers holiday deals on pets + safe holiday foods

Hey Charlotte! I’m here in your inbox this morning to let you know everything you need to know about what’s happening around town. Today you will read about:

  • The Humane Society of Charlotte has deals just for you if you’re looking to bring home a cat or dog for the holidays.
  • A local doctor at Crowntown Animal Hospital sheds light on what foods dogs can safely eat.
  • The newest proposed addition to the transit network, the LYNX Silver Line, will connect the region along the 29-mile Charlotte Southeast Corridor.

But first, today’s weather:

partly sunny. High: 58 Low: 47.

Here are the top four stories in Charlotte today:

  1. The Humane Society of Charlotte He has deals just for you if you’re looking to bring home a cat or dog for the holidays. Adoption promotions begin Friday, November 25th. For this Black Friday deal, adoptive families will get $50 off any adult cat or dog that has all or mostly black fur. Adult pets are 1 year or older. If you’re looking for a smaller addition to the family, Small Business Saturday on November 26 has a similar deal for $50, albeit for kittens and puppies under one year old. Looking for a more stable older friend? The Humane Society of Charlotte has a special deal for prepared seniors on Sunday, November 27,” WCNC reports. (WCNC.com)
  2. before Thanksgiving Charlotte area transit system CATS announced which offices will be closed for the holiday and released its operating schedule for Thursday and Friday. For the latest breaking news, weather and traffic alerts, download the WCNC Charlotte mobile app. The CATS Call Center, Lost and Found, and Traffic Sales and Information office at the Charlotte Transportation Center will be closed Thursday, November 24, and Friday, November 25.,” WCNC Reports. (WCNC.com)
  3. WCCB contacted the experts to find out how to keep pets and people safe this holiday. Dr. Jacob Mac Crowntown Animal Hospital told us there are a few things dogs can safely eat. Recommend only small amounts and no seasoning to junk. Food Dr. Mauck gives the go-ahead: boneless, skinless turkey, pumpkin puree, plain yams or sweet potatoes, carrots, green beans, apples, and cranberries. Food Dogs should not eat: Bones, skin, nuts, grapes/raisins, onions, garlic, chocolate, scallions, chives, Dr. Mac says. WCCB Charlotte. (WCCB Charlotte)
  4. “In an era of climate change, transit is a strategic investment for stronger, more livable communities. Charlotte, North Carolina, has consistently pursued a vision of regional transit service, marked by the commitment of local voters to a dedicated transit sales tax since 1998 that led to the 2007 inauguration of the rail service. Light LYNX Blue Line. The newest proposed addition to the transit network, the LYNX Silver Line, will connect the region along the 29-mile Charlotte Southeast Corridor.“,” urban land reports. (urban land)

Today in Charlotte:

From my notebook:

  • Mrs. Ramona Page Eagle shared her Native American culture with the students of Joseph W. Greer Academy. We get excited when our students open their minds to new experiences and possibilities! #NativeAmericanHeritageMonth (Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools via Facebook)
  • Circus meets symphony! With stunning acrobatics choreographed to your favorite holiday musical, Cirque de Noël will fill you with the wonder of the season, December 21-December 23 at the Nite Theatre. Get tickets >> bit.ly/csocirque22 (Charlotte Symphony via Facebook)
  • Thank you, Charlotte Knights, for serving the CLT community so well and donating nine turkeys to feed our families this Thanksgiving! (Ronald McDonald Charities of Greater Charlotte via Facebook)
  • Chef Jenny shares her “Easy Peasy” Hors d’eouvres ideas (WCNC.com)
  • Black Friday and Cyber ​​Monday deals (WCNC.com)
  • Adopt Pets in the Charlotte Area: New pets added this week (Charlotte Patch)
  • weekend: 40 things to do in Charlotte this Thanksgiving weekend (Axios Charlotte)
  • Independence High School – Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools held a Native American Heritage event for the community to introduce everyone to Indigenous cultures. The event featured storytelling, singing, dancing and traditional meals. (Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools via Facebook)
  • We are in dire need of cereal cups/bowls of various brands! Help us create a quick and easy breakfast for families! Visit our #Amazon link below for help or home delivery for donations 7 days a week between the 8th and 8th. (Ronald McDonald Charities of Greater Charlotte via Facebook)
  • Join us virtually on November 30th to wrap up our virtual discussions for a comprehensive review focused on CMS software, limits, and utilities. For more information visit this website: https://bit.ly/cmscompreview (Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools via Facebook)
  • The countdown has begun: it’s officially one week away from Giving Tuesday! On #GivingTuesday, you can join the global generosity movement and contribute to organizations or causes in your community that are making a difference! (Sustaining Charlotte via Facebook)
  • Celebrate Native American Heritage Month with the Atkins Library. Learn more by visiting this site: https://nativeamericanheritage… #CLTAtkins #AtkinsLibrary #UNCCharlotte #Charlotte #nativeamericanheritagemonth (UNC Charlotte Atkins Library via Facebook)
  • I recently came back here and am restarting my cosmetology business. I am looking forward to updating my work and showcasing my work. I am currently running a $50 promotion on several hair and nail services. I’m located near the airport… (Nextdoor)
  • Found this sweet, cute dog in Hart Road And I managed to get her inside a very nice female enclosure. If this is your dog, please message me And I will be happy to tell you where it is. (next section)
  • I am looking for a photographer who can do engagement photos before December 6th. I just got engaged this weekend and had jaw surgery Dec 6 so I’d like to get it done in advance. (next section)
  • My name is Elena. My husband, two children and I recently arrived from Ukraine, the city of Mariupol, to Charlotte to participate in the “United for Ukraine” program. Maybe someone has a kettle and slow cooker that you don’t need? (next section)
  • My pet Ponzo is missing! He’s a little bigger than this picture and has a red collar but no dog tag. He is very friendly. Please call Mark at 980-721-1439 if you see him. (next section)
  • November 28 TOY DRIVE! Spread the love challenge! How much good can you do? Local owners of Charlotte units are longtime supporters of Toys for Tots and play an important role in collecting toys… (correct adjacent posts)

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Alexis Goring

About me: My name is Alexis A. Goering. I’m an east coast girl with a pulse for people, news, and feature stories! I have worked as a freelance writer/editor/proofreader in the media industry for 15 years. I’m also a published author, experienced blogger, and founder of Writer at Heart Editorial Services. Visit my website for more details about me and my work. Here is the link: https://alexisagoring.jimdofree.com.

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