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Panda, a former resident of Straydog, was raised on a bottle when he lost his mother and treated for mange before he could be adopted. He now has a forever home.
Panda, a former resident of Straydog, was raised on a bottle when he lost his mother and treated for mange before he could be adopted. He now has a forever home.
Pat Pape

Staydog, Inc., the no-kill animal rescue in Gun Barrel City, east of Dallas, has been offered a $6,000 grant if new supporters will make donations totaling $6,000 by May 31.

The 501(c)(3) organization rescues and re-homes scores of pets every year, and regularly holds adoption days at the PetSmart, Central and Parker in Plano, on Saturdays.

As is obvious from the organization's website, Straydog is able to stretch a dollar, and with the support of the Morton Small Animal Clinic in Athens, to give homeless animals the veterinary services they need to be healthy and adoptable. But Straydog could definately use an infusion of $12,000 (grant, plus donations). The no-kill shelter also serves as a scanctuary and permits unadopted or unadoptable pets live out their lives at the Straydog facility.

Anyone wishing to contribute to the ongoing work of Straydog can send a donation to P.O. Box 1465, Gun Barrel City, TX 75147 or via PayPal to the shelter at Straydog147@yahoo.com.

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