Calvert County Celebrates National Animal Shelter Appreciation Week

PRINCE FREDERICK, Md. – Nov. 1, 2021 –In recognition of National Animal Shelter Appreciation 7 days, Nov. 1-7, the Calvert County Department of Public Basic safety and the Linda L. Kelley Animal Shelter honor the dedicated men and women who work to protect animals via shelters and rescue organizations.

“Animal shelters are an essential useful resource and protected haven for animals,” claimed Public Basic safety Director Jackie Vaughan. “Our employees and volunteers not only present shelter and care for homeless animals, they give essential solutions in investigating and safeguarding animals from cruelty and neglect, reuniting shed pets with their families, and supporting pet proprietors identify close by sources for pet health and wellness.”

In accordance to the Humane Culture of the United States, there are close to 3,500 animal shelters throughout the United States that provide an approximated 6-8 million homeless animals each and every calendar year.

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