The Canadian Press

2016-10-18 | Animal Shelter Funding

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A southern Alberta shelter that provided a safe place for hundreds of dogs and cats during the 2013 floods in High River has received a rescue itself. The Heaven Can Wait Animal Rescue Foundation was looking at having to shut down by the end of the year, but a GoFundMe campaign started by a volunteer raised 102-thousand dollars for the shelter. Owner Kim Hessel says she couldn't be happier. (Hessel says the shelter should be good for the next year, and will be seeking to gain status as a charity.)

Date: 2016-10-18
Placeline: HIGH RIVER, Alberta.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 23 seconds

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