Warren Humane Society celebrates successful year
The Humane Society of Warren County celebrated a busy 2019. The Julia W. Wagner Animal Shelter took in 1,216 animals from dogs and cats to rabbits, horses, and a couple of pigs. The Humane Society raised more than $200,000 this year to put toward the care of the animals. They also completed 887 adoptions and returned 200 lost animals to their owners in 2019. Shelter Manager Kayla Wines highlighted their “no kill” status in her Community Impact Report.
Wines also reported the launch of an online store featuring unique Humane Society of Warren County merchandise that emphasizes the importance of spay and neuter, fostering and volunteering. From shirts to tote bags, there is something for everyone in the store.
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