Humane Society ‘Performs’ at Quack Attack

Followers of this blog know that the Humane Society strives to be involved in our local communities in every way possible. After all, it is our local supporters that determine our effectiveness because we are funded solely by the communities we serve.

One such opportunity presented itself Saturday evening when we joined the Whitefish Community Foundation in support of their annual Duck Derby “Quack Attack”.  To prove that we also support duck adoptions, the Board President and the Executive Director of the Humane Society performed at the event which was held at the Great Northern in Whitefish. This video shows how much fun we had singing a short ditty about ducks.

Although we hoped to hear from somebody about a recording contract, it appears that may not happen, so we need to get back to work finding loving families for homeless pets in the Flathead. If you haven’t stopped by our facility on 93N in a while, do yourself a favor and come see our dogs and cats. We’re doing our utmost to keep your next best friend happy and healthy until you get here.

The Duck Derby has become a Whitefish community favorite as it promotes a worthy cause and is a fun time for the whole family. For more information about how to donate to the Humane Society Endowment Fund at the Whitefish Community Foundation, visit their website.

If you liked this video, see all of the Humane Society Videos on YouTube!