Four Corners Animal League
Taos, New Mexico - 575-751-0150 - 501(c)3 Non-profit
Helping Creatures Without A Voice

Four Corners Animal League's goal is to ensure that every pet has a safe and loving home. We are reducing the population of unwanted pets through spaying, neutering and education programs making this a safer community for all of us.cute dogs

Four Corners Animal League is not an animal shelter. We have no central location for processing animals. Instead we are actively involved in education through Taos County. We conduct our programs at elementary schools and door-to-door, discussing loving care of pets and all living creatures. Our education always urges spaying and neutering and focuses on the suffering that occurs when unwanted animals proliferate in a small community.

We also have a foster care program through which individuals throughout the community foster the care of animals we find abandoned or mistreated. The community has responded with much love in offering to care for animals at their homes until we can find placement for them. We are always in need of responsible foster care.

Needless to say, we cannot handle numerous folks calling in to dispose their animals. We would like to encourage that the individual animal owner embrace the responsibility for posting notices, running ads and contacting friends etc. We are overwhelmed with the number of people wanting to find homes for their current pets.

Four Corners Animal League Board Members Include:

Sheila Kay Drake, President
Sheila was the corresponding Secretary of the Humane Society of Middletown, sheila kay drakeNY and served on the Board of Directors from 1973-81. She was involved in all aspects of fundraising, humane education, cruelty complaints, adoptions and surrenders of pets, and screenings for spaying and neutering assistance. She is now an honorary lifetime member of this Board. She is the office manager of All Creatures Animal Clinic, Palm Harbor, FL., and has beem employed there since 1986. She was the Volunteer of the Year, Pinellas County, Florida - Project Pup in 1988. She is a member of the Humane Society of the U.S, Hollywood office, formerly known as the Ark Trust, and personal friend of the late actress/dancer and animal activist Gretchen Wyler, who was the Vice President of the HSUS Hollywood office. Sheila is affiliated with and supports other humane organizations such as the Delta Society, Guiding Eyes for the Blind, and Suncoast Animal League, Palm Harbor, FL.

Pennie Wardlow, Executive Directive
Pennie Wardlow
Pennie was born in Taos, New Mexico. She was Precinct Chair for the Democratic Party of Valdez 2 years, member and Secretary/Treasurer for the Upper Arroyo Hondo Land Grant. She received a special award from the Attorney General's office for contributing to the community, a Humanitarian award for 2005, and was Volunteer of the Year from the Chamber of Commerce in 2002. She was recognized for exemplary dedication and service in enhancing the quality of life among the people in The Land of Enchantment by Rebecca Vigil-Giron, Secretary of State. Pennie has been a top rated agent in real estate in Taos County at Century 21 for over 15 years. She is a proud supporter of the Taos High Scholarship Fund. She enjoys educating Taos elementary school children about animal care.
Carlis board member
Karlis M. Liepins, Secretary / Treasurer
Karlis M. Liepins as served the organization in various roles since it was established, having served as Vice-President and as also as Secretary/Treasurer. He worked in the Defense Industry in Southern California for over 15 years and served as Vice-President of a 500+ member Condominium Asso. in Culver City, CA. He has an undergraduate degree from the University of Nebraska, MBA, Pepperdine University, Malibu, CA.