Colchester County: Things to know to start your day


Published on March 15, 2017

Sheila and Robby are a bonded pair who can be adopted through Canadian Odd Squad Animal Rescue.

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It was a wild and windy night but it’s mainly just wet this morning.

It was 6 C at 6:30 a.m. and the temperature is expected to remain around there during the day, with a 60% chance of showers or flurries, dropping to -4 C overnight.

Tomorrow’s forecast includes a high of 0 C, with a 30% chance of flurries, dropping to -11 C at night.

 

Plenty of Pets

Sheila and Robby are little cuddlers who need a home where they can remain together.

They’re from California and were taken into care when their owner went

They are extremely bonded and will only be adopted together. They’re about eight years old and need a low activity home where they can be close to people and cuddle on laps. They like to sleep together and with people, and get along with cats and well=behaved children.. They are not aggressive around other dogs but Robby is most comfortable when he and Sheila are the only dogs in a home. They both go outside and use peepads.

Sheila and Robby each weigh about 10 lbs. They are vaccinated and spayed/neutered. Their adoption fee is $350 and it goes back to help us save more dogs like Sheila and Robby.

If you’re interested in Sheila and Robby contact Canadian Odd Squad Animal Rescue at http://oddsquadrescue.com/adoption/adoption-process/

 

Today’s news includes:

Mi’kmaq craftsperson to teach birch bark canoe building in Millbrook

Truro man warns about danger of taking your eyes off your dog

Stewiacke election results to stand in face of ‘illegal’ voting

Truro women working to end non-state torture

 

 

Tidal Times

The tidal bore will be coming in around 3:10 p.m.