On March 16, 2022

RCHS always needs pet food

Rutland County Humane Society (RCHS) is so lucky to be part of such a compassionate and caring community! We are so appreciative of the variety of donations made to the shelter for the homeless animals, including pet food and supplies. If we receive donated pet food or supplies that we may not be able to use in the shelter, we work with many of the food shelves in Rutland County to distribute food and supplies to them. When we have extra, we call the food shelves who come to RCHS and pick it up, so your donations are always staying in the community and going to a pet in need! If you are in need of pet food, please visit your local food shelf. Please consider making a donation of pet food to your local food shelf to help those who need it. For any questions about donations, please reach out to the RCHS at 802.483.9171.

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