By CALVIN PYNN
After facing an uncertain future in a very short span of time, the Pulaski County Humane Society has determined that they will be open to shelter the county’s dogs and cats for the time being.
Just three days ago, the staff at the shelter was preparing to temporarily shut down in the wake of recent financial difficulties. However, thanks to a recent influx of donations from the community following news of their potential closure early last week, the Humane Society will still be able to operate as normal.
According to the Human Society’s Executive Director Candice Simmons, a permanent solution hasn’t exactly been established. Still, she said the staff at the shelter feels optimistic about the near future.
“”We have gotten some donations now, which is really good, enough to last us through the next two weeks, we think,” Simmons said. “We’re still looking at all the financial stuff now, and we have some grant possibilities that we feel pretty good about as well.”
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