Lewis & Clark Humane Society asks for help after receiving 30 dogs and cats

Lewis & Clark Humane Society asks for help after receiving 30 dogs and cats


following up on a story from Thursday 23 dogs and nine cats have been voluntarily surrendered to the Humane Society from a home in the North Valley Lewis in Clark County Sheriff’s Office says they received a call for an animal welfare check on Thursday the homeowner agreed to surrender a number of the animals on the property Animal Control then contacted the Humane Society for assistance in transporting and caring for the animals sheriff Leo Dutton says he’s very grateful for the quick response and great work from the Humane Society staff Humane Society could use your help if you have the ability to help them buy some food they’ll need some vet care those kind of things they could sure use your help to accommodate for the new animals the shelter has greatly reduced adoption fees and is offering free adoption for a few animals executive director Gina wee says the animals are in relatively good health but they do need veterinary treatment and they estimate care for the animals will total over ten thousand dollars we stad it the best thing people can do to help the animals is donate money to the shelter that seems like a tremendous amount but that’s you know we’ll have to have spay neuter clinic with a veterinarian to come down and do that we have to pay them we have to you know do all the medical care grooming I mean it adds up the Humane Society is currently assessing the condition of the animals and will update the public once they’re ready to discuss adoption opportunity

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