LOW MOOR — The Alleghany Humane Society’s annual Holiday Pet Food, Supplies and Fund Drive has begun and they need your help.
The shelter continues to receive an unprecedented number of dogs and cats. Now more than ever, their shelter is needed to ensure that pets without loving homes have temporary housing, food, and care until they find their forever families.
The Humane Society is working hard to meet the demands at the shelter, and need the community’s help to achieve their mission.
Needs include squeaky toys and balls for the dogs, cat toys, dog treats and Temptations cat treats, Purina dog chow complete, Purina kitten chow in yellow bag, Purina cat chow in green bag, Alpo or Pedigree gravy canned food or chopped canned food for dogs, Friskies canned pate and shreds for cats, liquid bleach, paper towels, pet carriers, and dog and cat sponsors,
Most importantly, they need adoptive families, foster homes, and monetary support.
Donations can be made at the Alleghany Humane Society, located on Rich Patch Road between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. every day of the week.
The Alleghany Humane Society’s annual Holiday Pet Food, Supplies and Fund Drive is under way. Donations can be made at the Alleghany Humane Society shelter, located on Rich Patch Road, daily between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. Shelter employees with adoptable pets are, from left, Missy Lawrence with Grace, Lucas Skiff with Midnight, Abby Hicks with Paris and Willow McDonald with Lani. (Photo Courtesy Alleghany Humane Society)
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