Your Afternoon Animal Fix; Also Humane Society needs towels or bedding!

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“This is Daisy in Glover Park…she always puts a smile on my face!”

“Casey of Park View – she’s very into mint tea, but remains calm.”

Theresa passes on the request from HRA:

“As many of you have heard, our washing machine is broken at our Oglethorpe Street shelter so we could use any towels or bedding (not down comforters or sheets, please) you can spare. Our staff has been taking as much as possible to the laundromat, but some of our linens will have to be thrown away, so even if you can’t bring donations today we can still use them, so bring them over to Oglethorpe. ( 71 Oglethorpe Street, NW)”

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