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We love all the animals and that is why we love telling you about ALL THE THINGS going on with our friends over at the Capital Area Humane Society.

This week will be especially busy over at the shelter. Here's what's coming up.

Help us EMPTY THE SHELTERS with Bissell Pet Foundation and CAHS

Capital Area Humane Society via Facebook

EMPTY THE SHELTERS
We're excited to announce that we will, once again, be participating in BISSELL Pet Foundation's #EmptyTheShelters event Monday, October 4 through Wednesday, October 6. All adult dog adoption fees will be $25 and all adult cat adoption fees will be $10. Puppy and kitten adoption fees are not included in this event. (CAHS)

This REDUCED FEE ADOPTION EVENT is Monday thru Wednesday. Check with CAHS about puppy and kitten adoption fees and to see if their "adopt one cat or kitten, get one free" special will be in effect during this event.

CAHS 2021 WALK FOR THE ANIMALS

CAHS via Facebook

Join CAHS for their 2nd largest fundraiser of the year this SATURDAY (October 9th) in Grand Ledge from 1p - 3:30p.

Register today to enjoy fun activities, such as a 1-mile walk, doggy costume and ice cream eating contests, dog toy scavenger hunt, food trucks, vendors, silent auction, a police K9 demo, photo booth, and much more!
Visit https://secure.qgiv.com/event/2021walkfortheanimals/ to register and for more information. (CAHS)
We can't wait to see you this weekend.

Cat and kitties gotta eat too - please help fill their dry cat pet food bank.

If you would like to help, please feel free to drop-off your donations at the shelter during our business hours of 12-7 p.m. Monday-Friday and 11 a.m.-5 p.m. on Saturday. You may also visit our AmazonSmile Wish List at https://amzn.to/3rrM5o5 and have it sent directly to the shelter. (CAHS)

We love our friends over at CAHS and we can't thank you enough for helping them out in any way you can.

As a reminder, all donations to the shelter are tax-deductible and they are happy to provide a receipt for you.

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