Please join us for Cabin Fever 9 this Saturday August 28 at 674 Cole’s Knob Rd NE, Pilot, VA. Admission is free. Live music will begin around noon. You'll also find food, fun, auctions, crafts and more! Pets and children are welcome.
What is Cabin Fever? Cabin Fever is a live music fundraiser presented twice a year by Cabin Fever Charity Events. In 2013, Rob and Whitney Maddox founded the organization in memory of their friend, T. Kevin Dodson. Since that first concert, they've presented Cabin Fever twice a year in the spring and summer (with the exception of 2020).
Rob and Whitney have a passion for animals. In the early years of Cabin Fever, the charity funded four St. Francis Service Dogs. Since 2019, Cabin Fever has raised over $50,000 for the Floyd County Humane Society's new shelter facility and kennels.
We hope to see you on Saturday for this first "in person" Cabin Fever event since 2019! The videos below offer a glimpse of the Cabin Fever 9 musicians.
Remember--all proceeds benefit the Floyd County Humane Society. Be sure and read the attached flyer for details or visit the Cabin Fever Terry's Fork Facebook page.
Nairobi is a sweet and playful young girl (less than a year old) who has been spayed and is up-to-date on her vaccinations. She gets along well with other cats but is especially friendly with people (and is good with children too!) She is also a mother of six, all of whom have been adopted, and most likely wants to continue her break from parenting.
If you're considering adopting Nairobi (or just want to meet her!) fill out an adoption application and send it to email@example.com.
Nash and Nile (now Marco and Bartlebee)
Normandy (now Lou Lou) and Nelson
(Images of Nevada and Naples are currently unavailable)
The Floyd County Humane Society featured Sara Dulaney and Sarah Sowers as volunteers of the month during 2020. This blog wasn't very active then, so we'd like to quickly share what makes them so great!
Sara Dulaney and her family operate the local business Dulaney's Greenhouse, and have been fostering kittens there since 2018. She is also known as a "cat whisperer," and has transformed many feisty cats into sweet, cuddly purr-boxes, not to mention how good it is for kittens to be exposed to so many people every day at the greenhouse, prompting many adoptions (and socialization.)
Sarah Sowers has been heavily involved in our organization for many years. She serves on the FCHS board and dog committee, fosters many animals, consistently takes care of shelter dogs and donates a lot to fundraisers. According to Sarah, she volunteers with FCHS because of her love for animals and desire to give back to her community.
The Floyd County Humane Society has medications for people and pets in need.
Prevention of heartworm, parasites, tick and flea borne disease is essential to the health of your cats and dogs. Heartworms can be fatal if not prevented (or left untreated). Fleas can cause skin irritation or infections and can spread tapeworms. Tick-borne diseases like Lyme disease can cause your pet serious symptoms and lead to kidney or heart problems.
If your pet needs any of these preventatives, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 540-745-7207.