What about the fur babies?

The flooding in Midland is top of mind for everyone. It was not only the lead story locally in most news cycles, but around the country. The Governor declaring a state of emergency. The President stepping in and pledging support. In the middle of a global pandemic and every effort to not get Covid-19, families are now displaced.

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And so are their pets.

A big thank you and tip of the hat to our friends at Ingham County Animal Control & Shelter in Mason.

Volunteers will be traveling North to deliver much needed supplies including food, cat litter, cages, etc. All items have been generously donated by the animal lovers of Ingham County. Pet Food Banks to help Ingham County residents are still going forward as planned, but additional supplies are being sent to help those who face even more devastating times. (Ingham County Animal Control and Shelter)

Would you like to help and make a donation?

You can drop off donated supplies at the Ingham County Animal Control & Shelter located at 600 Buhl St, in Mason.

For more information on other programs at Ingham County Animal Control, contact the shelter at 517-676-8370, visit the ICAC website.

Do you need help feeding your fur babies? These wonderful folks also have a pet food bank that you can use as a resource. Daily in Lansing and Mason and Weekly on Wednesday, Fridays, and Saturdays at various locations from Okemos to Potter Park Zoo to Meridian Park Township Central Park Pavilion. (ICAC)

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