In a tale filled with wagging tails and boundless joy, Capital Windows and Snow (CWS) opens its doors to a special group of four-legged companions— the Rescue Pups. These furry friends not only bring an abundance of love to the workplace but also embody the spirit of compassion that resonates throughout the CWS community. Join us as we delve into the heartwarming stories of these canine companions and explore the positive impact they've made on the CWS family.
CWS Proudly Supports Animal Rescues around Alberta, including Second Chance Animal Rescue (SCARS) & Alberta Animal Rescue Crew Society (AARCS)
Take a closer look at the individual rescue pups of CWS. Through heartwarming spotlights, we'll introduce you to each furry friend, sharing their stories, quirks, and the special bonds they've formed with their human colleagues. From morning walks to afternoon naps, get a glimpse into the daily adventures of the rescue pups at CWS.
Rescued from the now-closed Calican rescue, Willa was found abandoned on the streets of Fresno, California. One fateful day, she encountered her rescuer and was swiftly transported to Edmonton, where she discovered her forever home alongside her family and three human siblings. Willa's talents include the ability to tuck herself into bed under the covers with her head on the pillow, and doing a gopher balance. Her favorite activity is to suntan her belly in a warm sunbath.
Tucker, along with his mom and brother, faced a dire fate when they were dumped in a garbage dump, covered in ticks and worms. A rescue group intervened, saving them from near-death. After two months of rehabilitation in Mexico, Tucker, full of puppy energy, made his way to Edmonton. His love for cuddling, chewing toys, and running around with kids paints a picture of a resilient and joyful pup. Tucker's story takes a heartwarming turn as his mom and brother are adopted together, finding a happy home in British Columbia, showcasing the transformative power of compassion and second chances.
During her puppyhood, Caz roamed a nearby reserve until a compassionate individual reached out to SCARS, facilitating her rescue and placement into care. Now, at the age of 10, she continues to delight in playing with her stuffed toys, enjoying leisurely walks, and relishing the attention of neighborhood children who happily pet her for hours.
In her puppyhood, Zoey, was discovered shivering beneath a deck in April, along with her mom and several furry siblings. A compassionate individual contacted Infinite Woofs Animal Rescue, leading to the rescue of her entire family. Following a period in foster care, Zoey eventually found her forever family. Although initially timid, she had the guidance of Caz to help her acclimate. At the age of 5, Zoey experienced hearing loss due to an unknown cause, but this setback didn't hinder her spirit. Adaptability shone through as she learned puppy sign language, ultimately leading her to a happier life than ever before. Zoey now revels in the company of her fur siblings, enjoys leisurely walks, and basks in the warmth of the sun.
As we wrap up our journey into the world of the rescue pups of CWS, one thing becomes clear: these furry companions are more than just pets—they are cherished members of a compassionate workforce. The stories of resilience, love, and second chances that echo through CWS serve as a reminder that, sometimes, the smallest paws leave the biggest impressions.
In search of a cat, dog, or smaller companion? We encourage you to explore the possibility of adopting from rescues like SCARS, AARCS, or another nearby rescue. These organizations house some of the most affectionate and caring creatures. You just have to make the first step to contact them!