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Humane Society seeking additional funding

The Golden Belt Humane Society is seeing growth, but may need to have an increase in funding.

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It’s been a mixed blessing for the Golden Belt Humane Society.
The society has battled to overcome a negative stigma that hung over it. There have been new board members, new volunteers and even a new director.
The result of this public relations push has been more public confidence, said Director Heather Acheson, who has been at her post since last October. That has meant more people entrusting their pets to the facility.
“People have responded to these positive changes,” Acheson said.
But, the influx of animals is taxing the society. Often, all of the kennels in both of ...

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