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August 19, 2006

Lee County - - Rescued animals in Lee County don't have an air-conditioned facility to keep cool in and county workers want to change that.

A lack of funding has prevented Lee County's Animal Control puppies and dogs from having an in-door facility. The group held a yard sale today to bring in some cash. 

"This is a fundraiser to build an in-closed facility for our animals such as Shelby and Sheeba. These are 2 of the puppies this yard sale will actually benefit. Right now, we have outside kennels but were trying to get an inside facility built and any funds we raise from this yard sale will go towards the building fund," says Catherine Gammage.

The group plans to hold another yard sale soon.

If you'd like to donate to this cause, just contact Lee County Animal Control.

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