No Kill Shelter Needs HelpPosted: Updated:
Tucson's only no-kill cat and dog shelter asks for help from the community to make sure its animals have a home.
The hope animal shelter needs about $12 to $15,000 each month to keep operations running.
Right now it only has $10,000 to take care of 80 cats and five dogs.
The shelter is about three years old. And Executive Director Susan Scherl says it's never been this low on cash.
"We desperately need funds and no donation is too small," she says.
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