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Animal Shelter Open House Set for December 1st; Donations Welcomed
Posted on: 11/21/2012
By  Mike Cullums
Interview conducted by WMOA's Jamey Styer
The Humane Society of the Ohio Valley welcomes the public to its annual open house at the Animal Shelter at 90 Mount Tom Road on Saturday, December 1, from 6:00 until 8:00 p.m. 

WMOA News spoke with director Steve Herron, who says it’s great having the community over and receiving needed donations.
“People fill up our lobby about three feet deep and all the way across, and that makes it real nice because it’s things that usually we may have to go out and purchase,” he says.
As for the shelter’s current population, Herron says, “right now, we’re at approximately 50 to 55 cats and about 40 to 45 dogs.”
In addition to cash donations, the shelter needs gas cards, pet store gift cards, bleach, food, litter, newspapers, aluminum cans and powdered laundry detergent. A donation of time is great, too. Herron says you might meet your new best friend at the shelter.
For more information on everything from adopting to volunteering to donating, call (740) 373-5959 or visit
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