The Guild of Berkshire Artists has collaborated with the animal shelter to showcase and sell work created by local artists ranging in mediums including photography, abstract, oils, acrylics, watercolors, and more.
Reynolds, owner of Pittsfield Veterinary Hospital for nearly 25 years, died tragically in a kayaking accident on Dec. 9, 2021, at the age of 58. He was a longtime board member of the society and supporter of the shelter's many programs and a beloved veterinarian in the community.
The free rabies and microchip clinic for cats and dogs will be from 9 am to 11 am at Haddad Subaru at 625 East Street. Dr. Charlotte Barkley of Pittsfield Veterinary Hospital will administer the vaccines.
Dr. Reynolds died last December in a kayaking accident but his family announced on Tuesday that it will gift the shelter $500,000 in response its "Forever Family" fundraising campaign with a challenge to the community to match this amount.
Christman, who made the discovery while visiting a Richmond Pond with his daughter, adopted Arlo Guthrie, a 10-month-old domestic shorthair. He was accompanied by his wife, Jessica, and children Alice and Gabriel.
Animal DREAMS is now called the Community Cat Program and continues to be led by Executive Director Stacey Carver. The organizations stressed that it will be business as usual for the cats, as the merge only affects behind-the-scenes work.