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Glenville animal shelter gets influx of 40 pets

Some of the pets looking for new homes. Some of the pets looking for new homes. | Photo: Facebook / Animal Protective Foundation of Glenville.

WNYT Staff
Updated: November 09, 2019 02:52 PM
Created: November 09, 2019 02:51 PM

GLENVILLE - Forty new pets are at the Animal Protective Foundation of Glenville looking for a home.

The owners are unable to care for them due to medical issues.

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They include three dogs, 12 cats, 11 guinea pigs, 13 birds, four fish, and a hamster.

The birds and fish are being cared for by partnering organizations.

The shelter is also asking for help to pay for the animals' care.

Anyone interesting in helping or adopting can call the animal shelter at (518) 374-3944 ext. 122 or email info@animalprotective.org.

MORE INFORMATION: Glenville Animal Shelter


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