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WALB lends helping hand to humane society

December 13, 2007

Thomasville-- One popular feature at last year's Victorian Christmas was the Humane Society's pet adoption.   This year, WALB is happy to help out.

They'll set up in our Thomasville Bureau on Broad Street.  Humane Society workers say the event is a great opportunity to get some of these lovable pets out into the public eye.  

Rebecca Alligood, receptionist at the Thomas County Humane Society, says "They generally think of the pets we have as being the ones that are unwanted, but thats not the case here.  Our main goal is to maker people understand, come here first, save a life."

Plenty of dogs and cats will be available for adoption at WALB's Thomasville bureau both Friday and Saturday nights from 6-10 p.m.

 

Feedback: news@walb.com?subject=humanesocityadoption/sb

 

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