Friends

             Meet the Friends of Just Fer Paws Kennels!

Just Fer Paws Kennels counts on the assistance of our friends and neighbors — we're a part of a community of people and animals who all care for one another. Please take a few minutes to learn more about some of our human friends and some of our departed animal companions.

Cheryl A. Ruby- R.I.P-2/1/1947 - 7/24/2017

Cheryl was the PR person who helped spread the word of Just Fer Paws Kennels. She was also Jon Evans' mother and Charlie's mother-in-law. Along with Bill, her husband, she was the property owner of the 4 acres on which Just Fer Paws Kennels is located.

Cheryl retired from the teaching profession and put her communication skills to use in sharing Just Fer Paws Kennels with the world. We are thankful for all the hard work Cheryl did for us. God blessed us with her and we are thankful for the time we had with her.

William "Bill" Ruby

Bill Ruby is the owner and operator of Bill's Screen and Window Repair, which happens to be another business right here on the Just Fer Paws Kennels property. He specializes in aluminum, fiberglass, and pet-proof screens. He'll cut glass and Plexiglas to size, and pickup and delivery are available.

If you need windows or screens, Bill is the one to call. You can reach him at 774-222-2249 or email him at williamruby@msn.com.
Sunshine

Sunshine: R.I.P. 12/21/2014

Charlie rescued Sunshine from the Sevier County Humane Society on July 18, 2013. He had been thinking about getting a puppy, but something about this little 7-year-old Jack Russell mix caught his attention. Charlie immediately fell in love with her. Sunshine was with us for only a short time, but her last two years were filled with love and good care.
Buddy

Buddy: R.I.P. 06/13/2016

Cheryl and Bill Ruby adopted Buddy from the Sevier County Humane Society in December 2014, when he was an older cat, about 6 years of age. Buddy was a regular visitor of Just fer Paws Kennels and much loved by many of the visiting clients and their families.

It was a sad day when we all found out that Buddy had cancer. He fought the good fight as long as he could, but his time was up and we said goodbye to the friendliest cat we have ever known.
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