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Humane Society Seeks Temporary Foster HomesSubmitted: 05/07/2013
Story By Lex Gray


MERRILL - The Lincoln County Humane Society is remodeling, and they need your help.

The humane society needs foster parents for their dogs and cats.

It's only a three to five day commitment while they replace the floor and put in bigger dog kennels.

The remodel date hasn't been set yet, but should happen sometime this month.

If you'd like to foster a pet, you can call 715-536-3459 or email manager@furrypets.com to put your name on the list.



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