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Texas no-kill shelter is desperate for donations to keep doors open

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AdeleBay Area Pet Adoptions

A Galveston County, Texas, no-kill animal shelter which has been saving cats and dogs for decades is struggling to keep the doors open, reported Friday's Click 2 Houston News.

Bay Area Pet Adoptions/SPCA relies on donations to operate, but in recent years, those donations have dwindled significantly.

Today, the shelter which has successfully saved hundreds of cats and dogs is pleading for help from the public.

On the agency's Facebook page is the following plea:

SOS
We need your help!
We need money to pay the bills!
We need you to spread the word about our No-Kill shelter!

Cynthia Kelley, volunteer and Board of Directors Member for Bay Area Pet Adoptions stated:

Hundreds of dogs' and cats' lives depend on us,

"If we close down, that's 200-300 cats and dogs that we aren't going to be able to rescue."

Individuals who would like to help support this no-kill shelter are encouraged to make a tax-deductible donation to help Bay Area Pet Adoptions continue to help feed, house and care for the homeless animals in this area.

Click here to read more about the no-kill shelter.

Click here to find Bay Area Pet Adoptions on Facebook.

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