Lewis and Clark Humane Society helped more than 1,300 animals in 2017

Lewis and Clark Humane Society helped more than 1,300 animals in 2017


welcome back the Lewis and Clark Humane Society says they had another successful year despite some hardships it costs around three thousand dollars a day and takes 17 employees to keep the Lewis and Clark Humane Society operational during 2017 the shelter saw 1,300 animals come through their doors and used over 5,000 pounds of kibble the shelter says over 700 animals found new homes last year and another 500 pets will return to their owners after being brought in executive director Gina wee says the Humane Society is incredibly thankful for the community support and generous donations this year that helped with some unexpected high medical costs were a few of the animals we also says the community commitment to the spay and neuter program is having a direct impact what I’ve seen over the last few years is how much that has gone down and definitely the impact of spay neuter has been phenomenal waste estimates that 18,000 less animals were brought into shelters statewide because Montanans spayed and neutered their pets for more on the Lewis and Clark Humane Society and all these pets visit us online at ketv.com look at all those wonderful pets up for adoption

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