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Tuesday, December 8, 2009

AARF gives animals something to bark about

And there is bound to be a happy meow or two too.

Amity Animal Rescue Fund, Inc. is working to bring holiday cheer to residents of Bethany, Orange and Woodbridge, Conn. who need help to feed their four-legged companion animals
AARF is aa non profit 501c3 volunteer organization, and is working on the project with the human service agencies in the Amity area.
Residents interested in obtaining additional information on holiday care packages should contact their town’s human services agency. All calls will be kept confidential.
For more information, call :Orange: 203-891-4788; Woodbridge: 203-389-3429 Bethany: 203-393-2100 Ext. 124.

AARF also is introducing a spay/neuter program for Bethany, Orange and Woodbridge cats starting Jan. 1.
AARF has partnered with several local veterinarians to offer a dramatically reduced rate of $65 per cat, which also includes a rabies inoculation. The program is for domestic and feral cats.
For information call 203-389-1996 or e-mail Amityarf@yahoo.com.

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