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Animal Protection League offers adoptions

In recognition of Spay and Neuter Awareness Month, Animal Protection League held a Meow-a-Thon adoption event at Harrah’s Hoosier Park Horse Stables, Anderson, on Feb. 23 and 24. There are still plenty of cats and dogs available.

"When pets aren’t spayed or neutered, unwanted litters end up at shelters,” says Pamela Terhune, vice-president of the Animal Protection League. “At Animal Protection League, the cat population is at a crisis level. We are currently triple our capacity, and kitten season is right around the corner. Some of these kittens are a year old and haven’t seen the outside of a crate. Crates are stacked from floor to ceiling throughout shelter.”

Animal Protection League is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Founded in 2003, their goal was to raise awareness concerning animal care and cruelty. Over the years, APL has introduced programs educating the public on humane treatment of animals, responsible care-giving and the importance of the human/animal connection.


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