On December 1, 2021

2021 Critter Community holiday card

It’s time for the Critter Community holiday card, a holiday tradition for 42 years! You can participate by making a donation to the Rutland County Humane Society (RCHS) and providing us with the exact name you want on the card. It can be your name or your pet’s name, or in memory of a loved one — person or pet. Your generous donations with allow us to provide vaccines, medical treatment, and necessary care to the homeless animals in Rutland County. Then, on Dec.24, keep an eye out for the Critter Community Holiday Card in the Rutland Herald, wishing happy holidays to the community! To participate, check out our website at rchsvt.org, or stop by the shelter to pick up a form. Submissions are due to RCHS before Thursday, Dec. 16. If you have any questions, please contact Amelia in the RCHS business office at amelia@rchsvt.rog, or 802.483.9171 ext. 208.

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