A Plea for Help for Clay County Humane Association

A Plea for Help for Clay County Humane Association

My friend, Mary Ann, who works for KEY Animal Hospital in Wheeling, is trying to help Marna, who runs the Clay County (W.Va.) Humane Association, Inc.., a non-profit, no-kill animal refuge. Marna does not receive financial assistance from the county. She and her daughter keep the animals at their place of business or at their homes. They are in desperate need of help to feed and house the animals for which they care.  

I’m asking anyone who can donate anything to help Marna with our four- legged friends to takedonations to KEY Animal Hospital, 855 Warden Run Road. Once a full load of items are collected, Mary Ann and I will be taking the donations to Clay County.

I’m also asking all of the animal shelters in the area to help collect donations. I know times are hard for everyone, but because some people don’t spay or neuter their pets, all of the shelters are overcrowded and a lot of our canine friends are on death row through no fault of their own.

I’m asking the local schools to help, too. If you have a woodworking class and would be willing to build a dog house or two for us to take to Clay County, that would be awesome and very helpful to Marna.

Monetary donations and gift cards will be accepted as well and can be sent to the following address:

Clay County Humane Association, Inc.

P.O. Box 156

Ivydale, WV 25063

In previous years, the Clay County Humane Association would travel to Hagerstown, Md., to receive donations, but the facility that provided the food has since closed, so Marna is in desperate need as the Clay County Humane Association works with a number of groups to send as many dogs and puppies to rescue as they can. Marna has learned to be very resourceful on a shoestring budget.

Anything you can do or give will be deeply appreciated.

Barley and Guinness thank you in advance for any help you are willing to give to the Clay County Humane Association, Inc.

 

Bark on, Bordas Dog Nation, bark on. 


My friend, Mary Ann, who works for KEY Animal Hospital in Wheeling, is trying to help Marna, who runs the Clay County (W.Va.) Humane Association, Inc.., a non-profit, no-kill animal refuge. Marna does not receive financial assistance from the county. She and her daughter keep the animals at their place of business or at their homes. They are in desperate need of help to feed and house the animals for which they care.