MASON, Mich. — While much of the state is going through difficult times, Midland County has recently faced additional hurdles in the failure of dams in their city. With historic flooding and evacuations, households with pets have even more lives to take in to consideration. The Ingham County Animal Control staff and volunteers are leaping into action to help the displaced animals of Midland County.
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.
Anyone wishing to make donations for this relief effort, and other food bank and public assistance programs can drop them off to the Ingham County Animal Control & Shelter located at 600 Buhl St, in Mason.
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