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THESE DOGS NEED YOUR HELP!

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    Just sending out something my daughter found...as many of us here are dog lovers...please call them and save a dog from being put down.

    The following is a message from the Montgomery Co. Animal Shelter. The link is to a photo album of about 100 dogs which will be euthanized on Sat. Morning if not adopted by Friday. Just wanted to send this on the slim chance that someone might want to drive over to rescue one of them.

    These are a few of the dogs who will be euthanized first thing Saturday morning if not rescued or Fostered.

    http://picasaweb.google.com/MCASTreasures/MCASSecondChanceDo

    They need to have a rescue sign on their kennel by Friday Night. Staff and volunteers have been working very hard to help the Dogs affected by Hurricane Ike. For all of our efforts there will Still be over a hundred dogs euthanized on Saturday morning if the Power is restored before then. If you can, please help these dogs. They deserve a second chance. Montgomery County Animal Shelter has Been helping other shelters in the Houston areas who incurred worse
    Damage, but we still need help. We will not be able to help these Dogs without your help. Please consider rescuing some of these Dogs. Medication, etc. Can be provided by a MCAS vet if needed. Just let us know what you need. The power has not yet been restored To the shelter, but when it returns these dogs will not be able to Stay.

    We are not sure when the power will be restored. Staff have been Working at the shelter overtime in order to take care of the Animals. Staff are there in the mornings from 9-12 A.M. We are not Taking in any animals until the power comes back, but people continue To abandon their animals outside of the shelter anyway. You can come By the shelter located at 8535 State Hwy 242 in Conroe, Texas 77385 (phone number for MCAS is 936-442-7738) during that time or meet up
    With one of the volunteers in the afternoon. Please call me if you Can help 281-465-0570. Thank you!!!! Maile Schuyler, MCAS volunteer.
     
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    Try this link:
    http://picasaweb.google.com/MCASTreasures/MCASSecondChanceDogs#
     
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