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County Animal Shelter boasts productive year, looks ahead

January 8, 2014

By Donna Summerall

The West Point/Clay County Animal Shelter continues to honor its commitment to the people it serves by helping to control the stray animal population and find homes for dogs and cats without euthanization as an option.
Since opening in the autumn of 2010, the WPCCAS has found adoptive homes for 394 dogs and 365 cats. In 2013, 93 dogs and 69 cats found forever homes according to WPCCAS director, Lisa Henley.
“We are looking for more volunteers to help us after the weather becomes more cooperative,” said Henley. “The Mardi Gras Beer and Wine Tasting fundraiser is in the works. Those who would like to help us by donating finger foods and desserts, need to call us and let us know what they intend to bring. This is always a wonderful fundraiser, everyone has a good time knowing they are helping with the shelter.”

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