Paulette Wright Death, Obituary – Paulette first became involved with Hulks in 2017 when she became a junior volunteer for the charity. Whenever I needed her aid, she was there for me, and I am very grateful for that. She was the only other volunteer, so my own band of dogs welcomed her with open arms. Paulette was recognized for many things; however, the two that stood out to me the most were her love and sympathy for animals who had been mistreated and her willingness to assist people who were struggling financially. Paulette was recognized for many things; however, the two that stood out to me the most were her love and sympathy for animals who had been mistreated and her She would spend hours there attempting to calm down a fearful dog by sitting there and petting it.
She would also assist a person who was completely unknown to her if they were in need, even if it meant giving up the same blouse that she was wearing at the time. Paulette did not give a damn about the temperature at all, regardless of whether it was hot or cold. It didn’t matter to her whether it was something as easy as washing the dog bowls or a transfer when I needed her help, she was always prepared to lend a hand and help me out. When solicited for assistance, she never once declined to provide a help.
We have decided to honor her memory by christening our new endeavor “Paulette’s Pet Pantry” because she has such a kind and gentle disposition. Paulette’s Pet Pantry is going to be the name of a new initiative that will be launched by Hulks to provide assistance to low-income families together with the animals in their care. Even while residents have access to a food bank for their canines, other animals in the community do not have anywhere to turn for assistance.
Because of the work that we have put in, that is going to change. In Paulette’s pet pantry, there will be a designated area for the storage of pet supplies such as food, beds, microchips, immunizations, and other requirements. On January 7, Paulette’s Pet Pantry will introduce the program at Petsense Mt. Airy by giving out one free microchip to each family who brings their pet in at the time of the program’s introduction. All that we want as evidence is that the rabies vaccination for the animal has been kept up to date, and we ask that you keep the animal contained so that we may microchip it.