Furry & Feathered Friends In Need Of HelpWritten by Melody Schubert
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Volunteers and donations are a vital part of The Humane Society shelters across country. Without this assistance from communities shelters would cease to exist. The shelters are always in need of volunteers to help staff clean kennels, cages, and portable crates. Assist with feeding animals, general care of facilities, and help those who are considering adopting pets. The staff arrives an hour before shelter opens and would appreciate any help you can offer.
The Humane Society shelters in many areas also need foster homes to care for animals until they are adopted, and quality pet food. They are also in constant need of financial donations to pay for veterinary services, such as examinations, and spaying and neutering and medical supplies like antibiotics.
Anyone who would like to make a financial donation, volunteer their time should contact their local shelter. For residents in Morgon County, Indiana contact Morgan County Humane Society to become a foster home, donate food supplies, or for adoption information, call at (765)-349- 9177. The shelter is open from 12am to 5pm on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday. On Saturdays shelter is open from 10am to 5pm, and Sundays from 12pm to 5pm. They are closed Wednesdays. The Morgan County Humane Society is located at 690 West Mitchell in Martinsville, Indiana 46151
Reference: The Morgan County Humane Society, (765)-349- 9177
Melody Schubert is a reporter & travel writer who looks for the intriguing & often overlooked features & destinations that express the heart of a region. She writes for print & online media, and may contacted through the Editor at www.usatravelmagazine.com.
New Book Helps Worried Owners Of A Pregnant CatWritten by Cat Pregnancy Report
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Instead of adding it to his already very informative web site, he decided to publish a book. "Web sites have limitations", de Jong says. "People tend to scan pages and miss half of text. They are constantly persuaded to click through to another site. Also, printing a page isnít always easy. And if you have a dial-up account, then more you read, more money you pay."
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