Mountain Views News, Combined Edition Saturday, August 22, 2020

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Mountain View News Saturday, August 22, 2020 


Playful Purr-man!

Happy purrrr master Clay. 
Loves to get your attention 
and give you big lovable meows. 
If you sit down Clay will 
sit in your lap, but he expects 
kisses in return. Clay has a 
blast playing with his siblings 
and never saw a toy that didn’t 
catch his attention. Clay finds 
great pleasure in the 1000 kisses his foster mom gives him daily 
and meows to show approval. He’ll jump up and greet you 
whenever he sees you, is always curious to see what you’re doing, 
looks at you with the sweetest face, is friendly, social, and 
sweet. He’s a calm, loving, playful, and gentle boy. Once you 
start scratching his face and back he’ll start purring like the 
engine of a nascar. Clay loves his siblings and gets along great 
with other cats. Clay would like to be adopted with his twin brother, Houdini. Both would do 
best in a quiet home, maybe no dog. See more pictures, adoption information and application 
on our website at the Young Cats page at

Pet of the Week

 Five-year-old Dan (A490941)is sweet and attentive, and 
loves resting his head on his foster parent’s lap. He enjoys 
watching his foster parent chop vegetables, and even 
gets a healthy, crunchy carrot to snack on sometimes! 
Dan came to us as a stray, but with a little patience he’s 
warmed up to so many people and discovered that he 
especially loves back scratches. Dan would do best as 
the only dog in the home, and just wants to be your 

 The adoption fee for dogs is $140. All dog adoptions 
include spay or neuter, microchip, and age-appropriate 

 New adopters will receive a complimentary health-and-wellness exam from VCA 
Animal Hospitals, as well as a goody bag filled with information about how to care 
for your pet.

 View photos of adoptable pets at and fill out an online adoption 
application. Adoptions are by appointment only.

 Pets may not be available for adoption and cannot be held for potential adopters by 
phone calls or email.


Meet Saweetie! Saweetie is a very high-energy 6-month old brown 
tabby. She has warmed all of the shelter staff’s hearts with her sassy-
ness. Saweetie requires someone who can be attentive to high-
energy qualities. She’s a very independent girl, who loves to run 
around & play with her toys! When she’s done releasing all of her 
energy, she does love to have someone to snuggle with. Since she 
is very active, she does play a little rough, so she would go best as 
possibly a single kitty or with a dog/cat that can match her energy. 
Her adoption fee is $99, which includes spay surgery, microchip, 
first vaccinations and a free wellness check-up at a participating 
veterinarian. Call the San Gabriel Valley Humane Society 626-286-
1159 to schedule a “Meet and Greet” appointment with Saweetie. 

2020CENSUS.GOVConnect with us 
@uscensusbureauFor more information:
D-FS-GP-EN-023 May 4, 20202020 Census Operational 
Adjustments Due to COVID-19The 2020 Census is underway, and more than 
half of the households across America have 
responded and more are responding every day. 
Online, phone, and mailed self-responses will 
continue throughout the data collection pro-
cess. In light of the COVID-19 outbreak, the U.S. 
Census Bureau has adjusted 2020 Census opera-
tions in order to:
•Protect the health and safety of the Americanpublic and Census Bureau employees.
•Implement guidance from federal, state, andlocal authorities regarding COVID-19.
•Ensure a complete and accurate count of allcommunities.
The Office of Management and Budget and the 
Office of Personnel Management have provided 
federal agencies with guidelines for resum-
ing operations on an epidemiologically sound, 
data-driven basis, adhering to the latest federal, 
state, and local guidance. The Census Bureau 
continues to monitor the changing conditions at 
the state and local level, and in consultation with 
the appropriate officials, update its planned start 
dates for selected operations in selected states. 
The information the Census Bureau receives 
daily from FEMA and state and local authorities 
guides Census Bureau decisions on timing. As a 
result, selected field operations will resume on a 
phased schedule on a geographic basis.
Under the adjusted 2020 Census operational 
plan, the Census Bureau is conducting a series 
of preparatory activities so we are fully ready to 
resume field activities as we continue to advance 
the mission of the 2020 Census to ensure a 
complete and accurate count. In-person activ-
ities, including enumeration, office work, and 
processing activities, will always incorporate the 
most current guidance from authorities to ensure 
the health and safety of the public and Census 
Bureau employees.
Activity/OperationOriginal ScheduleNew ScheduleSelf-Response Phase (online, phone, mail)March 12–July 31March 12–October 31Group Quarters (e-Response and Paper 
April 2–June 5April 2–September 3Update Leave—StatesideMarch 15–April 17Selected Area Census 
Offices starting May 4Update Leave—Puerto RicoMarch 15–April 17Needs further review and 
coordination with outside 
partners and stakeholders. 
Update EnumerateMarch 16–April 30June 14–July 29In-Person Group Quarters EnumerationApril 2–June 5July 1–September 3Mobile Questionnaire AssistanceMarch 30–July 31Needs further review and 
coordination with outside 
partners and stakeholders. 
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