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ALBANY, GA (WALB) –Volunteers are helping the Albany Humane Society handle an overflow of animals.

The shelter is caring for more than 100 pit bulls seized in a dog fighting investigation.

Donations and volunteers poured in today after we put out a call for help.

The Humane Society could still use more dog food and money.

They also say you can help by adopting one of the other animals at the overcrowded shelter.

In fact. they cut the adoption fee in half.

"The fee now is $60.00 but it still covers all the spay, neuter, rabies fees. Now is a good time to adopt and it would certainly help us to move some of the animals into new homes," says Donna Strickland.

If you would like volunteer, make a donation, or adopt a dog or cat call the Albany Humane Society at 888-7387.

 


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