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Cabell Wayne Animal Shelter Brings Dog for "Show and Tell" at WMUL Cutting Edge Benefit Fest
Monday, December 10, 2012 - 10:30 Photos and Story by Glen Berry
Animal adoptions were also planned for the event, but the animal shelter failed to provide any animals to adopt. The shelter did bring one beautiful and friendly dog as a "show and tell" exhibit though. Overall the turnout was good, and money was raised to benefit the animals.
Musical entertainment was provided by:
Keeland Shepard was one of the artists who participated in the art auction to benefit Little Victories.
For more information about donating to the shelters or adopting a pet, the Cabell-Wayne Animal Shelter may be contacted at: 304-696-5551
Likewise, Little Victories may be contacted at: 304-743-5802