ACC finds mainland homes for kitties and pooches

Almost 30% of the cats and dogs who found homes through efforts of the Animal Care Center ended up in the states.  ACC president B.J. Harris reported the group helped facilitate adoptions for 19 cats and 25 dogs during the past year.  Other efforts of the group included distributing four tons of food as part of the feed-trap-neuter-and-release cat program.

At the end of last year, the ACC had come upon challenging times – financially and organizationally.  Wrenching changes were made in management and the Board of Directors was made smaller and its members more accountable.

Furthermore, the ACC's outreach efforts for support have become more professional.  There's a good Web site and an excellent new publication produced by Laurie and Greg Damron.  You can see it on-line here.

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