VICTORVILLE – Animal shelters do their best despite the high costs of running their humane facilities. Of course, all would desire to one day be no-kill shelters, but the costs and the lack of community support with the care of their own pets (including spay/neutering) is at times, nothing less than disheartening.
Many organizations step up to fill in the gaps with some helping to prevent animal overcrowding by assisting with low-cost vouchers and others providing for the needs of the animals at our local shelters. Victorville Lodge #634 is hosting their very first event, on Saturday, May 13, 2017, supporting our local shelters by providing pet food and medical care to those animals living in the shelter.
The Victorville Lodge #634 is asking for the public to bring some pet food, extra blankets and your appetite to the lodge located at 14941 Hesperia Road in the City of Victorville. The event will last from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Free lunch will be provided, which includes burgers, hot dogs, cole slaw, and soft drinks. They are hoping to fill the gap, but filling a truck with love and support to the animals living in the animal shelters and the employees and volunteers who care for them.
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- 18403846_1428479873862029_6964435902683624122_o: Victorville Masonic Lodge #634