November 11, 2012
This shelter has become a safe haven for animals needing a second chance at life. Rather than utilizing euthanasia, the shelter works hand in hand with rescue groups, holds multiple adoption events on a weekly basis, and does a Trap-Spay/Neuter-Release program for feral cats. Volunteers are always welcomed, and the shelter also participates in a mentor program for high school students, giving them a wonderful opportunity for hands on education and true glimpse into the life of a shelter animal and the environment in which it lives. It is staffed by only a handful of employees who treat the animals with lots of TLC and devote much time to working one on one with those animals who are scared, sick, or just need some extra attention.
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