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An introduction to Marshall's animal shelterPosted Thursday, February 9, 2012, at 4:27 PM
Hello, and welcome to Marshall's newest blog, "Tails from the Shelter."
This blog will attempt to chronicle the happenings at the Marshall Animal Shelter, located at 325 N. Grant, in Marshall.
"What could be happening at the animal shelter that could possibly be of any interest to me," you may be asking yourself.
You might be surprised! You may learn more about daily life at the shelter, hear from guest bloggers who might provide a unique perspective, discover who our heroes are, read about animals that need a good home, and learn how you can help.
My name is Gina Hare, and I've had the privilege to manage the shelter for all of 6 months. As you can well imagine, I have learned a LOT in that short amount of time, and continue to learn every day. You will likely read about some of my many mistakes, and hopefully about some of my successes. But really, no success ever comes from the efforts of just one person, and I'm lucky enough to have many, many people, both paid and unpaid, who work very hard to make good things happen for the 4-legged residents of Marshall who spend a short time with us. I hope to bring those stories to you.
Check back with us often, and let us know what you think. Leave a comment, or contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org. And come and see us soon. You may just find your perfect companion!
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The Marshall Animal Shelter is located at 325 N. Grant Ave., Marshall, MO,65340. Phone number is 660-831-0420. Business hours are 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., seven days a week, except holidays, and by chance or appointment. Adoption fees for fully vetted adult animals are $70 for cats and $80 for dogs. View our pets at www.salineanimalleague.org.
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