Since the organization started up three months ago, The Animal Cruelty Task Force of Ohio (ACT Ohio) continues to save animals. This winter, even with limited resources, ACT Ohio rescued 20 animals and improved situations at 18 other locations. Animal cruelty charges were filed in eight of those cases.
One case which involves animal cruelty against six horses (two of the horses have passed away) is going to court on Monday. More news to follow after the court date.
On April 4, ACT Ohio will be holding an Open House at their new office space, located at 128 South Main Street in Marysville. Their Facebook event page welcomes all to “come out and see our new place and talk to us in person!”
Click here for more information on this event to be held on Friday, April 4, 2014 from 5:30 p.m to 6:30 p.m.
Even if you can't make it to the Open House, please consider supporting this much-needed program. ACT Ohio, which provides animal cruelty investigation services and support in rural areas, depends on donations. They also need people to foster various animals, including livestock. Individuals interested in fostering animals for ACT Ohio can email Steffen Baldwin at Director@actoh.org. Tax-deductible contributions can be made online at:
Follow ACT Ohio on Facebook by clicking here.
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