Volunteers make a difference

CARE animal shelter founder Honey Miller takes time to visit with one of the dogs that have been brought to the facility on Highway 92. – GAYLE PAGE | THE STANDARD BANNER

The CARE Animal Shelter recently marked its first anniversary, and already the dedicated animal lovers who run it have seen more than 1,400 animals spayed or neutered.

That’s why executive director Honey Miller was more than disappointed when the budget allotted to run the shelter wasn’t sufficient to cover veterinary expenses or any further spaying and neutering costs.

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